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Special edition in Croatian: Chapter 13 Volume 052 P. 224 - 249

Certificate Workshop on Electrophysiology - 1 Day

Workshop Date - 17th April 2016 (1 Day workshop)

Venue - Axxonet, Bangalore

  • Students - 2000 INR
  • Professionals - 3000 INR

Includes lunch, tea/snacks, CD containing material, Certificate

Please note - No Paper Handouts will be provided



Introduction to the Workshop


Genesis of EEG & ERP

1.     Neural basis and concept of sink-source

2.     Differentiating EEG, EP & ERP

3.   Types of EEG

  Tea Break  11.00-11.15

EEG Instrumentation & Signal Processing Theory

1. Electrical Activity – DC and AC components

2. Amplifiers for EEG –

    a. Voltage, Current, Impedance

    b. Differential Amplifiers, Mono-polar and Bipolar

    c. Amplifier inputs, signal conditioning, and amplification

3. Demystifying the ADC in reference to EEG

    a. Sampling Rate, Resolution

    b. Bandwidth with Filtering

4. Electrodes

5. Subject Isolation – Galvanic, Optical Isolation

6. Filtering of EEG – Smoothening, FIR, IIR

7. Time Domain and Frequency Domain Analysis

8. FFT, FFT Windowing and Spectral Arrays


Fundamentals of Event Related Potentials (ERP)

1. Basic ERP setup

2. Tips for ERP paradigm design

3. Analysis options for ERP


 Fundamentals of Polysomnography (PSG)

1. Basic PSG setup

2. Sleep stages & Visual scoring

   Lunch  13.30-14.30


1. Live recording

2. Demonstration of Artefacts

3. Power Spectrum Analysis



1. Visual P300 Demo

2. Auditory P300 Demo

3. Quick ERP Analysis

   Tea Break 16.00-16.15 

A brief overview on the advances in continuous EEG analysis

1.Scalp Topography measures (e.g. Microstates)

2.Source localisation measures (e.g. ICA & dipole fitting)

3.EEG connectivity measures (e.g. Directed Transfer function)

4.Time-frequency measures (e.g. High Frequency oscillations)


 Applications in the field of Electrophysiology

1. Neurofeedback

2. Brain Computer Interface

3. High-Frequency Oscillations

4. Cognitive Significance of P300

5. Depth of Anaesthesia

10  Closing 18.15-18.20







In collaboration with the Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Gujarat Forensic Sciences University

Email: ;Contact:Mobile: +91-8861912758 - Ms Mohini V ; Mobile: +91-9036660660 - Mr Ashwin Sameeran

* Venue *

Axxonet, 85-13, 4th Cross, Bhavani Layout, Christ School Road, Bangalore - 560029. India.

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21st - 22nd February 2015


This programme is designed for Professionals working with children with Autism


DAY 1 

1 09:00 - 11:10

Brief introduction to ABA/TEACCH and otherinterventions used for perople with Autism

Importance of assessment with regard to Autism

Difference between Assessments, Diagnosis and Interventions

  11:10 - 11:30 Tea Break
2 11:30 -13:00 Multidisciplinary AssessmentAutism - Therapeutic Intervention
  13:00 - 13:45 Lunch Break
3 13:45 - 15:30 Introduction to ABAExcercise - Challenging behaviour in our lives
  15:30 - 15:50 Tea Break
4 15:50 - 17:00 Behaviour Assessment Guide - Discussion
5 17:00 - 17:30 Interactive Session





1 09:00 - 11:00 Applied Behaviour Analysis Continued
2 11:00 - 11:20

Functional Analysis of Behaviour - Group Exercise

based on cases

  11:20 -13:00 Tea Break
3 13:00 - 13:45 Introduction to TEACCH
4 13:45 - 15:30 Lunch Break
  15:30 - 15:50 Tea Break
5 15:50 - 17:00 TEACCH continued
6 17:00 - 17:30 Interactive session
7 17:30 - 18:00 Certificate distribution and vote of thanks



Payment by DD / Cash / Online

Please Note: Refunds will not be permitted in case of cancellation on or After 19th Feb 2015 9pm India time. Part refunds for incomplete attendance is not permitted.

[ Breakfast, Tea, Lunch, Evening snacks will be provided ]




Dr Shripati Upadhyaya

Ph.D., C.Psychol., AFBPsS

Chartered Clinical Psychologist, HPC Registered Practitioner Clinical

Psychologist, UK


Electroencephalography (EEG)

With more than 75 years of history, EEG has proven to be highly effective in studying clinical conditions such as epilepsy, cerebral stroke, traumatic brain injury as well as monitoring brain functions in neonatal, paediatric and adult population with installations in intensive care units, emergency rooms, sleep and other research laboratories.

The potential uses of EEGs could be far broader than its current use; however, the breadth of use has been restricted by various shortfalls in the existing systems.