Monthly Archives: juni 2015

The Brain’s Networks conference

This conference will give a snapshot of the current state of knowledge about the brain’s networks through perspectives from neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neurology, psychiatry, psychology, structural MRI, functional brain imaging, advanced data analysis and mathematical modelling of neural networks. It will feature discussions between the speakers, and between the speakers and the audience, on how to…
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Distinguished researchers brought to Western Sweden for a symposium on neuro oscillations and next-gen MEG sensors

A lunch-to-lunch symposium that took place in Gothenburg on May 27-28 brought distinguished researchers from Sweden, Finland, Germany, France, Belgium, and the US. The organizers were particularly proud to host two of the most well-known MEG names in the world: Matti Hämäläinen from Aalto University, Finland and Harvard’s MGH in the US and Riitta Hari…
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Master thesis presentation: Thoracic and total body bioimpedance measurements individual variability repeatability and reproducibility

Welcome to a master thesis presentation presented by Samira Ghomian, MPBME: Thoracic and total body bioimpedance measurements individual variability repeatability and reproducibility Date: Wednesday, June 10th Time: 10.00 Place: Blå Rummet (room 6414), Hörsalsvägen 11, 6th floor Examiner: Bengt Arne Sjöqvist AbstractElectrical bio-impedance (EBI) is defined as the opposition of biological tissue to the flow…
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Master thesis presentation: Expected lifetime and short-term mechanical vulnerability of the Bone Conduction Implant

Welcome to a master thesis presented by Helga Jona Hardardottir, MPBME, on Wednesday, June 10th at 15.15 in Landahlsrummet, Hörsalsvägen 9, 7th floor. Supervisor: Karl-Johan Fredén Jansson and Bo Håkansson Examiner: Sabine Reinfeldt Abstract: The bone conduction implant (BCI) is an active transcutaneous bone conduction device for rehabilitation of patients suffering from conductive or mixed…
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