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Group meetings 2013


18/12/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Jim 


11/12/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Gut Feeling: from Bacteria to Behavior

Alejandro Arias Vasquez (St. Radboud Medical Center)

04/12/2013

15:30 Colloquium room

'The influence of everyday brain states on motor task performance'

Tineke


27/11/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Ideas for symposia


20/11/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Exploring Monkey V1 recordings: Alpha, Gamma, and Saccades

Bart


13/11/2013

No meeting (SfN)


06/11/2013

11:00 Oval Office

SfN presentation practice

Mathilde & Diego

30/10/2013

11:00 Oval Office

'Oscillatory dynamics in the access to visual short-term memory'

Nick Myers, Oxford


23/10/2013

11:00 Oval Office

The influence of alpha activity on absence seizures in humans 

Rene Terporten 


16/10/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Temporal codes in the visual system

Ole


09/10/2013

No meeting


02/10/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Cross frequency coupling & directionality

Haiteng


25/09/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Different attentional control networks are related to alpha and gamma modulations measured in early visual cortex

Rene Scheeringa

18/09/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Online MEG brain-computer interfacing using posterior alpha-band 
lateralization

Jorn


11/09/2013

11:00 Oval Office

How reward biases perception

Sebastiaan den Boer


04/09/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Online MEG brain-computer interfacing using posterior alpha-band 
lateralization

Jorn 

(meeting was cancelled)


28/8/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Matt Brookes (Nottingham)


21/8/2013

no meeting


14/8/2013

11:00 Oval Office

defense practice

Stephen


10/7/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Laminar profile of the sensorimotor alpha rhythm: generation and modulation

Saskia Haegens


3/7/2013

11:00 Oval Office
Modulation of Gamma and Alpha Oscillations by Attention in ADHD-patients

Niels


26/6/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Bayesian connectomics: a generative approach for structural and functional connectivity analysis

Marcel van Gerven


19/6/2013

11:00 Oval Office

'Essential gamma dynamics and their role in visual computation'

Eric Lowet


12/6/2013

11:00 Oval Office

The role of alpha and gamma in competitive suppression (A proposal of ideas)

Johanna


5/6/2013

11:00 Oval Office

Local entrainment of visual alpha oscillations phasically modulates perception

Eelke


29/5/2013

11:00 Oval Office

GABAergic modulations of alpha and gamma oscillations and its consequences to visual working memory performance

Diego


22/5/2013

11:00 Oval Office

FEF stimulation has consequences for anticipatory and stimulus-induced oscillatory activity

Tom


15/5/2013

10:30am 

PhD defense, Verena Buchholz

 

8/5/2013
11:00 Oval Office
Sensory context shapes the neural signatures of attention
Freek


1/5/2013
Whats emergent properties and the brain activity map


24/4/2013
10:00-13:00
Visit Research Department at Philips
 
 
17/4/2013
11:00 Oval Office
Methylphenidate effects on cognitive performance in healthy individuals
Anke Linssen 
 
 
10/4/2013 (OJ not present)
11:00 Oval office
Oscillatory insights from and about ventral striatal electrodes in humans
Jorn 

3/4/2013
11:00 Oval Office
Reciprocal mechanisms of alpha and gamma oscillations in monkey visual cortex 

Timo van Kerkoerle

27/3/2013
DI evaluation

20/3/2013
BrainGain evaluation

13/3/2013
11:00 Oval Office
Neurophysiology of tactile perception: Investigations in the rat somatosensory system
Eric Maris

6/3/2013
11:00 Oval Office
- Data storing procedure 
 Marianne Oldehinkel and Rocio
-The theta-gamma code
 Ole

27/2/2013
Hoogenboom PhD defense 

20/2/2013 (OJ not present, DCCN Heidag)
No meeting
 
13/2/2013 (winter holiday)
No meeting

6/2/2013 (OJ not present, HCMI evaluation)
11:00 Oval Office
How many gammas
Rene

30/1/2013 (OJ not present)
11:00 Oval Office
Spike field coherence 
PAC 
Relation to power and all that jazz
Eelke

23/1/2013
11:00 Oval office
Of frequencies and networks - The Return!
Mathilde

16/1/2013
11:00 Oval Office
Relating the frontostriatal circuitry to posterior alpha - An EEG/fMRI study (PPM)
Jörn

9/1/2013
11:00 Oval office
Does frontoparietal structural connectivity predict individual differences in alpha lateralisation? (PPM)
Tom
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