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Notes and Handouts

Notes and Handouts

 

 

Ear-EEG: A novel brain monitoring methodology

 

Professor Preben Kidmose

Engineering College of Aarhus, Aarhus University

 

DTU meeting center building 101A, room S08 January 28, 2012

 

Abstract:

We have proposed and investigated a method for brain monitoring based on measuring electroencephalographic (EEG) signals from electrodes placed in-the-ear (ear-EEG). The ear-EEG recording methodology provides a non-invasive, discreet and unobtrusive way of measuring electrical brain signals and we believe that it has great potential as an enabling method for brain monitoring in everyday life. We have demonstrated that both steady state and transient responses can be obtained from ear-EEG, and that these responses have similar characteristics and quality compared to EEG obtained from conventional on-scalp recordings. The objective of the talk is to 1) present the ear-EEG methodology; 2) present results we have obtained from the characterization of the ear-EEG signals, and in comparative studies between ear-EEG and conventional on-scalp EEG recordings; 3) elaborate on some of the advantages of the technology and discuss potential applications.

 

Handouts

 

 

 

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