SPHSC 594: Capturing Brain Dynamics -- a combined neuroscience and engineering approachThis course introduces students to an emerging neuroimaging technique known as magnetoencephalography (MEG) that is specifically suitable for capturing the dynamics of our brain. Understanding brain dynamics involved in many perception and cognitive tasks is of particular interest to the fields of speech & hearing, psychology, as well as linguistics. In engineering, the understanding of how our brain dynamics can be used to interact with machines strongly influences the future design of devices using a brain computer interface. The aim of this course is to foster an interdisciplinary environment such that students from neuroscience and engineering backgrounds can develop fruitful collaborative approaches to advance our understanding of brain dynamics using MEG.
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