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Resource:Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience

Name: Resource:Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
Description: Computational neuroscience center that observes and models how functional activities in multiple brain areas interact dynamically to support human cognition, creativity and social interaction. Center research involves development computational methods and software, experimental methods and equipment, collection and analysis of human cognitive experiments, and collaborations to analyze data collected by other groups in such experiments.

The Center has a 72-channel EEG recording system customized for use in the fMRI environment, and a very-high density Biosemi Active Two active-electrode EEG system, rapidly configurable either as a 256-channel system for a single subject or as two 136-channel systems for recording from two subjects simultaneously. In addition, UCSD now has a 306-channel MEG plus 128-channel EEG system (Neuromag/Elektra).

Projects in the Center include studies of human cognitive processes including attention and memory, role of the anterior/posterior cingulate, time perception and emotional expression. Data acquisition includes high-density EEG, concurrent EEG and fMRI recording and analysis, and face video processing. Current analysis approaches include independent component and time-frequency analysis.
Other Name(s): Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
Abbreviation: SCCN
Parent Organization: University of California at San Diego; California; USA
Supporting Agency: Swartz Foundation
Resource Type(s): Topical portal
Resource: Resource
URL: http://sccn.ucsd.edu/
*Id: nif-0000-10509
Keywords: emotional expression, fMRI, anterior cingulate, attention, brain, cognition, computational neuroscience, concurrent EEG, high-density EEG, human, memory, posterior cingulate, social interaction, software, time perception, video procession, job, EEG, cognitive process, creativity, independent component analysis, time-frequency analysis
Organism: Human
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Curation status: Curated

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DefinitionComputational neuroscience center that obs Computational neuroscience center that observes and models how functional activities in multiple brain areas interact dynamically to support human cognition, creativity and social interaction. Center research involves development computational methods and software, experimental methods and equipment, collection and analysis of human cognitive experiments, and collaborations to analyze data collected by other groups in such experiments.

The Center has a 72-channel EEG recording system customized for use in the fMRI environment, and a very-high density Biosemi Active Two active-electrode EEG system, rapidly configurable either as a 256-channel system for a single subject or as two 136-channel systems for recording from two subjects simultaneously. In addition, UCSD now has a 306-channel MEG plus 128-channel EEG system (Neuromag/Elektra).

Projects in the Center include studies of human cognitive processes including attention and memory, role of the anterior/posterior cingulate, time perception and emotional expression. Data acquisition includes high-density EEG, concurrent EEG and fMRI recording and analysis, and face video processing. Current analysis approaches include independent component and time-frequency analysis.
mponent and time-frequency analysis.
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