Detailed Program 2021

Program in Details


All times are Moscow/Helsinki/Jyväskylä time

-1h for Stockholm, Gothenburg, Aarhus, Salzburg

-2h for Nottingham


Mon 24th May

Time

Speaker

Title

13:45

Vasily Klucharev

Introduction of Higher School of Economics and Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience

14:00

Matt Brookes

Next generation MEG technology: Wearable OPM arrays

15:00

Hanna Renvall

General greetings from BioMag Laboratory

15:10

Amande Pauls

Spontaneous beta bursting and its modification by subthalamic DBS in Parkinson's disease

15:20

Sheng Wang

Bistable critical dynamics in the resting-state human brain

15:25

Maria Peltonen

Auditory cortical responses to speech and environmental sounds in post-stroke aphasia

15:30

Hamed Haque

Different frequency channels for maintaining feature specific information

15:35

Hanna Kaltiainen

New diagnostic tools: Combining MEG and machine learning methods to assess mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) patients

15:40


Break

15:50

Daniel Lundqvist

Intro to NatMEG presentations

15:54

Mikkel Vinding

Spontaneous bursts in the sensorimotor rhythm in Parkinson's disease

16:03

Josefine Waldthaler

Neural correlates of impaired response inhibition in the antisaccade task in Parkinson’s disease

16:12

Karin Westin

Interictal epileptiform discharges in focal epilepsy are preceded by a gradual increase in low-frequency oscillations

16:21

Cassia Man Ting Low

Tracking Selective Attention In A Musical Cocktail

16:30


Break

16:40

Dag Winkler

Chalmers hardware and technical solutions for on-scalp MEG with high-Tc SQUIDs

17:00

Justin Schneiderman

University of Gothenburg on-scalp and conventional MEG studies

17:20


Break

17:50

Lauri Parkkonen

Intro to Aalto MEG activities

17:52

Christoph Pfeiffer

Progress of OPM-based MEG

17:57

Marko Havu

Why MEG(-MRI)?

18:02

Marijn van Vliet

A large scale computational model of word recognition and its comparison with MEG data

18:07

Gayane Ghazaryan

Temporal progression of semantic understanding

18:12

Pietari Nurmi

Language processing in healthy aging: Replicability and implications for patient studies

18:17

Juan Avendano

Two-person neuroscience with MEG hyperscanning

18:22

Jonathan Levy

MEG, intergroup representations and neuro-phenomenology

18:25

Niloufar Zebarjadi

Rhythmic neural pattern during empathy to vicarious pain: Beyond the affective-cognitive dichotomy

Tue 25th May

Time

Speaker

Title

13:45

Anna Shestakova IIro Jaaskelainen

Presentation of the Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience

14:00

Nathan Weisz

Protective and adaptive processes to challenged hearing as seen by MEG

15:00

Diego Vidaurre Henche

Decomposing the variability of brain responses using probabilistic models

15:10

Sarang Dalal

Our vision – and a little heart – with optically pumped magnetometers

15:20

Yury Shtyrov

Language processing in Parkinsonian brain with and without DBS

15:30

Elvira Brattico & David Quiroga-Martinez

Prediction and memory for sounds: From artificial to naturalistic settings

15:40


Break

15:50

Tiina Parviainen

Short introduction to CIBR activities and Nordic MEG Hub

15:53

Toni Mujunen

Effect of jitter on corticokinematic coherence (CKC)

16:01

Orsolya Kolozsvari

Investigating speech-tracking at word and sentence level in children and adults using MEG

16:09

Qianru Xu

MEG Responses to Unpredictable and Predictable Rare Somatosensory Stimuli in Healthy Adult Humans

16:18

Fatemeh Inari

Brain dynamics of social influence on preference change in a recommendation-based task

16:30


Break

16:40

Tommaso Fedele

Introduction of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience of the Higher School of Economics


Room 1

16:42

Emanuel Lopez

Data-driven approach for the delineation of the irritative zone in epilepsy in MEG

16:48

Narayan Puthanmadam

A variational Bayesian approach for dynamic connectivity estimation from MEG data

16:54

Alexei

Ossadtchi

Motor-imagery BCI with low-count optically pumped magnetometers

17:00

Alexei

Ossadtchi

Sleep stage dependent differential cortical processing of internal organs stimulation in humans as measured with MEG

17:06

Grigory Kopytin

Differential neuromagnetic mismatch responses to spoken action and abstract verbs in the motor cortex

17:12

Marina Ivanova

Heart-brain interactions in anxiety influence decision making and learning


Room 2


16:42

Pinar Goektepe

Multivariate decoding of probabilistic auditory predictions

16:48

Maria Alekseeva

Neurocognitive mechanisms of morphosyntactic processing of zero morpheme: MEG investigation

16:54

Maria Herrojo Ruiz

Altered oscillatory responses during predictive coding are associated with decreased learning in anxiety

17:00

Ioannis Ntoumanis

Effect of priming on inter-subject correlation during TV news watching

17:06

Maria Azanova

Resting-state theta oscillations and reward sensitivity in risk taking

17:12

Alina Studenova

Non-zero mean of oscillations and evoked responses in EEG/MEG

17:20


Break

17:50

Boris Chernyshev & Elena Orekhova

Greetings from Moscow MEG-Center MSUPE

17:52

Elena Orekhova

Left-hemisphere deficit in processing of spectrally complex periodic sound in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD)

18:01

Vladimir Kozunov

Application of Region-Based MVPA decoding techniques for MEG data allowed to discover a new way of top-down influences in visual perception

18:10

Anatoly Vasilyev

MEG studies of gaze-based interaction: intentional vs. spontaneous eye fixations

18:19

Boris Chernyshev

Brain mechanisms of associative acquisition of action word meaning

18:30


Break

18:50


Round Table