on EEG Brain Mapping
Nicolet Instrument Company Home Page
This is the official site of one of the oldest and most respected manufacturers
of quantitative EEG equipment. Other companies manufacturing quantitative
EEG equipment in the WWW are Medelec,
A paper in the Siemens Home Page, discussing the value of magnetoencephalography
systems in the diagnosis of epilepsy, with several interesting images.
Cutting-edge research using computers to analyze and render images of quantitative
and topographic EEG at the Technical University of Graz, Functional Brain
Mapping Group, Austria.
The home page, with table of contents and abstracts of all issues to-date,
of a research journal on the many techniques of functional brain mapping,
including EEG brain topography. Editor: Peter Fox. It has a short
but very significant list
of Internet resources on brain mapping.
Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
A lot of resources on EEG, EMG and ERP (bibliography, Internet links,
A set of animated GIFs showing sequences of activation of EEG brain
topography. See also the a list of research papers on the subject.
Neuroimaging Lab, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
Uses a combination of EEG topography and MRI imaging to study brain
Consortium of Brain Mapping and the Human
Two sites that are worthwile of a visit. There is also a fascinating
site, maintained by the Signal Processing
Group of the Human Brain Project, in the Niels Bohr Institute, in Denmark,
with many images and animations.
International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain
An excellent page of links to relevant sites on the internet.
Brief Overview of the EEG
An on-line tutorial on the basic of EEG and event-related potentials
(ERPs). University of Arizona
electroencephalograph, by S. Louise Norris, PhD
A brief article on the subject, with information on procedures, indication
etc. for laypersons, in the site of an American neuropsychological clinic.
Tutorial on EEG Source Localization, by Murat Somnez
A very technical text on the methods used to map electrical sources in
the brain using EEG and MEG methods. University of Pittsburgh, 1996.
in the Brain
A site which describes current research on quantitative analysis of
the EEG, particularly using chaos theory. From the SCRI, South Florida
- Brain Electrophysiology
Lab, Psychology Department, Institute of Cognitive and Decision Sciences,University
There is a list of interesting on-line articles and research projects on
brain source localization.
Picture credit: Los
Alamos National Laboratory