Clinical Neuroscience Research meetings

The clinical neuroscience research meeting takes place every two weeks, on Wednesdays from 16.30-17.30, in Carré 3.718. The purpose of the meetings is to get to know each other, each other’s work and to give and get feedback/help/motivation on current research. Of course everyone interested is welcome to join.

If you want to receive the announcements by e-mail, or have any questions, feel free to contact Annika de Goede:


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Meetings 2016





28 December

Christmas holidays



14 December

Nick Luiken

Mater student Applied Mathematics


30 November

Arnaud Sors

Grenoble University Hospital Centre & CEA Leti, Grenoble, France

Deep learning tools for intensive care EEG analysis

16 November

Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel

Applied Analysis, Utrecht University

Using dynamics to analyse time series

2 November

Wessel Woldman

Mathematics and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter, UK

A computational biomarker for idiopathic generalised epilepsy derived from resting state EEG

19 October

Lo Bour

Applied Analysis

New stimulation protocols for deep brain stimulation

5 October

Annika de Goede

Clinical Neurophysiology

Repeatability of paired pulse transcranial magnetic stimulation in healthysubjects

21 September




7 September

Richard van Wezel

Biomedical Signals and Systems

Visual motion processing in mice: behaviour and two-photon imaging

Previous meetings 2014

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