MEG Nord 2017

Aarhus, Denmark

On behalf of the Center of Functionally Integrative Neuroscience (CFIN, Aarhus University), we would like to welcome you to the First Nordic MEG conference (MEG NORD 2017) – the frst international meeting dedicated to development of magnetoencephalo-graphic science and technology in Northern Europe and Scandinavia.

Complete list of posters:

• Andrey Zhdanov: “Computer vision approach to video-MEG”

• Lene Duez: “Added diagnostic value of magnetoencephalography (MEG) in patients suspected for epilepsy,

where previous, extensive EEG workup was unrevealing”

• Olaf Hauk: “A survey on methods skills in cognitive neuroscience”

• Kanad Mandke: “Comparing multilayer brain networks between groups”

• Niels Trusbak Haumann: “Hippocampal Mismatch Negativity:

A hippocampal electric potential measured with non-invasive EEG/MEG refects short-term memory ability”

• Francesca Fardo: “Expectation violation and attention to pain jointly modulate neural gain in somatosensory cortex”

• Ida A. Nissen: “An evaluation of kurtosis beamforming in magnetoencephalography to localise

the epileptogenic zone in drug resistant epilepsy patients”

• Florian Kasten: “Entrainment of brain oscillations facilitates event-related power modulations in the alpha band -

A concurrent tACS-MEG study”

• Rasha Hyder: “Task-free non-invasive E/MEG paradigm for comprehensive assessment of neural language

processing in health and disease”

• David Quiroga: “Perceptual processing of a complex musical context:

Developing a more realistic musical mismatch negativity (MMN) paradigm”

• Andreas Højlund: “Verbal fuency in Parkinson’s disease patients after deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic

nucleus: neuromagnetic investigations”

• Christoph Pfeifer: “A 7-channel high-Tc SQUID-based MEG system”

• Maité Crespo-García: “Theta power decreases predict spatial accuracy of subsequent active navigation:

a combined intracranial EEG/MEG study”

• Britta Westner: “Faster than the brain's speed of light: Retinocortical interactions difer in high frequency activity

when processing darks and lights”

• Monika Maria Zeiller: “Retinal Triage of Cortical Picture Processing: Insights in the Retino-Cortical Interplay”

• Sabine Leske: “Reducing power line noise in EEG and MEG data via spectrum interpolation”

• Laith Hamid: “Evaluation of new magnetoelectric sensors via source localization of phantom head recordings”

• Christelle Gansonre: “A paradigm for registering multiple levels of language processing in the brain”

• Orsolya Beatrix Kolozsvári: “Audio-visual perception of familiar and unfamiliar syllables: a MEG study”

• Sam van Bijnen: “Spatiotemporal characteristics of auditory activation in children with typical and atypical (SLI)

language development”

• Silvia Rufeux: “High-Tc SQUID magnetometers for densely packed on-scalp MEG”

• Alexandra Vossen: “Does alpha-tACS reliably boost endogenous alpha rhythms?”

• Jaana Simola: “Critical dynamics in resting state oscillatory brain activity is associated with

dopaminerelated polymorphism”

• Viki-Veikko Elomaa: “Chair for physical exercises in Jyväskylä MEG lab”

• Simon Walker: “Proprioceptive stimulation using continuous and intermittent passive ankle movements

in young and older individuals before and after 14 weeks of strength training”

• Massimo Lumaca: “Neural predictors of learning, transmission and regularization of auditory signals

in a laboratory model of cultural evolution”

• Pasi Saari: “Dynamic processing of musical features at diferent MEG frequency bands in continuous music listening:

a correlation study”

• Torgeir Moberget: “Combining EEG and non-invasive brain stimulation methods to investigate

cerebellar language function”

• Jarmo Hämäläinen: “Audio-visual association learning studies at the University of Jyväskylä”

• Elena Orekhova: “Modulation of visual gamma oscillation by excitatory drive and the excitation/inhibition balance

in visual cortex”