Functional Near-Infrared Brain Imaging (FNIR)
Organizers: Aleksandar Dimov and Robert Jones, BIOPAC Systems UK
Schedule: Thursday 7th June 16:45-17:45, G26 Room 3.16
FNIR measurements are non-invasive, easy to perform, and enable an understanding of brain activity otherwise only possible using MRI techniques. We will present various new solutions with applications in neuromarketing, neuroergonomics, basic psychology research, sports science and more. Wireless and wired solutions enable lab-based or real-world recording. Learn how using fNIR can transform your research.
The entire workflow for using fNIR equipment will be demonstrated as well as synchronization with other physiological data.