Group meetings


At the group meetings we start with organizational and practical issues. Then follows a scientific discussion which typically involves one of the following issues:
  • recent results
  • new projects
  • a publication
The group meetings are informal and the scope is to bring about new ideas and interpretations. The aim is also to improve the presentation skills of the group members. To ensure an efficient debate please organize the presentation accordingly
  1. background
  2. hypothesis/research question
  3. paradigm
  4. results (organized according to key findings)
  5. conclusion
  6. open issues

New projects should be presented using the PPM format

Please upload presentations to Group Meeting Slides

Schedule

15/6/2016

Lin 

8/6/2016

Hinze Hogendoorn


1/6/2016

Miedendorp symposium


25/05/2016

Berry van den Berg:  "Cortical updating of stimulus-reward associations"


18/05/2016

No group meeting 

11/05/2016

Sigma Aykan: " Investigation of Alpha Oscillations of Healthy People with Autistic Traits by Electroencephalography"


4/5/2016

Giovanni Piantoni

"Spatial-temporal characteristics of sleep spindles in human ECoG" 



20/04/2016

Mathilde and Bart: Neuronal oscillations: causal determinants or epiphenomenon?


06/4/2016

Anne: Neural entrainment and temporal predictions in speech processing;

23/3/2016

Sam:  "The effect of attention on perceptual and transcranial evoked cortical echoes"

16/3/2016

Mathilde:  "4, 7, 8 or 10Hz? Why is attentional sampling frequency so lunatic?"


9/3/2016

presentation by Tom

Group Heidag Postponed (date will be defined soon)

2/3/2016

Sabine:  introduce Castor Electronic Data Capture (EDC) & Sara

Samson Chota: "Electrical brain echoes" 


24/2/2016

Iris WiegandL: "EEG markers of attention parameters based on Bundesen’s Theory of Visual Attention"


17/2/2016

Sophie:  "The role of entrained oscillations in segmenting rhythmic sentences during second language acquisition"

Haiteng: "Information coordinated by cross-frequency coupling"


10/2/2016

Bart: "Different roles for evoked transients and sustained oscillatory activity in visual cortex"


3/2/2016

Tom defense & symposium


1/2/2016

Hinze Hogendoorn: peri-saccadic attentional oscillations

(Adelbertus 01.153  15:00-16:00)


27/1/2016

Tom 'defense practice'


20/1/2016

Mats:  Master thesis presentation


13/1/2016

Haiteng defense


6/1/2016

Haiteng defense practice & Linda talk