Program & Workshops

Each symposium will start with a renowned international keynote speaker and is chaired by a leading researcher from the respective research field.

During the 3-day meeting, participants are able to attend a variety of symposia, workshops and demonstrations of our product portfolio, covering a broad spectrum of the latest advances in brain research, diagnostic and treatment of brain and mental health conditions.
Symposia:
Neurology / Neonatology Thursday 17th January 2019 (morning)
Topics: clinical research, epilepsy, stroke, neurosurgery, neurorehabilitation
Mental Health Thursday 17th January 2019 (afternoon)
Topics: depression, ADHD, autism, Alzheimer's disease, schizophrenia, healthy aging
Mobile Brain / Body Imaging Friday 18th January 2019 (morning)
Topics: virtual reality, multimodality, mobile EEG, hyperscanning, behavioral science
Neuroscience Friday 18th January 2019 (afternoon)
Topics: memory, attention, cognition, brain connectivity, event-related potentials, linguistics
New Technologies Saturday 19th January 2019 (morning)
Topics: biomarkers, machine learning, imaging hard- and software, brain-computer interfaces (BCI), neuroengineering
Satellite Events:
This year, depending on each attendee’s personal scientific field of interest, visitors to the ANT Neuromeeting 2019 have the possibility to attend one of two satellite events. Both events are scheduled simultaneously on Wednesday (afternoon) 16th January 2019 from 14:00-17:00 pm, but will take place in separate meeting rooms at the venue.
1. ‘Quantitative EEG' (Neuroacadamy)
This workshop is the perfect way to expand your knowledge on qEEG research and application, including hands-on training that makes use of ANT Neuro’s asa, cognitrace and eego.
14:00 - 15:30 Part I (1.5 hours)
• Demonstration of EEG and ERP (including hands-on for participants) 
• Explanation during EEG BL/ EC / EOs  
• Cognitrace P50 / P300 and theoretical background

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break 

16:00 - 17:30 Part II (1.5 hours)
• Cognitrace P50/ P300 extracting data and generating reports
• Data analysis in asa
• asa - basic signal processing functions (filter, de-artefact, average, read head models and electrodes, set event and 3D mapping)

2. ‘HD Dry EEG Electrodes’
Innovative dry EEG sensors are changing the way researchers conduct EEG experiments, offering easy handling and fast setup time with improved efficiency for experimenter and subject. During this symposium the latest developments in dry sensor technology will be explored, covering a range of applications in research, clinical and home-user contexts.
14:00 - 15:30 Part I (1.5 hours)
• 256-channel EEG setup and recording including validation by Prof. Dr. Jens Haueisen
• Soft electrodes for biopotential measurements by Dr. Patrique Fiedler
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break 

16:00 - 17:30 Part II (1.5 hours)
•    Dry electrode EEG headbands for home use - A comparison of performance and comfort by Ricardo Goncalves
•    Development of Ti-based intermetallic thin films for EMG signal acquisition by Claudia Lopes

18:30 Social Event 
20:00 ANT Neuromeeting 2019 welcome dinner
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