NatMEG activities

On this page you can find a selection of conferences, seminars, courses, and other events hosted by NatMEG.


Workshops, seminars and conferences

  • 12 April 2024: On-scalp MEG system inauguration (link to lectures)
  • 3 May 2022: On-scalp MEG symposium
  • 16 March 2021: "Using Git/GitHub in Scientific Collaborations" (KI-BIN workshop)
  • 9 March 2021:"Non-Parametric Cluster-Based Permutation Tests for Analysing Neural Time-Series" (KI-BIN workshop)
  • 16 January 2018: "Using MEG in pre-surgical evaluation of epilepsy patients: accuracy, clinical added value and best practice" (Workshop)
  • 17–18 May 2018: "MEG Nord Conference"
  • 16 May 2018: "MEG Nord pre-conference analysis workshops and keynote lecture"
  • 21 May 2017: "Biomedical Imaging Facility Survey"
  • 15–16 June 2017: "Source Reconstruction in MEG & EEG"
  • 19–20 January 2017: "Machine Learning for Functional Brain Imaging"
  • 2 February 2016: "Bayesian Approaches in Neuroscience"
  • 28 October 2015: "NatMEG Guest Professor's Inaugural Symposium"
  • 27–28 May 2015: "Neural oscillations and next-generation MEG sensors symposium"
  • 29 September–3 October 2014: "Combined MEG & EEG" (Workshop)
  • 20–24 January 2014: "Combined FieldTrip and MNE (Workshop)
  • 17–18 October 2013: "NatMEG inauguration conference"

Journal clubs

Aim of the journal club

The journal club aims to get together and discuss interesting studies, methods, and issues in magneto- and electrophysiological studies. The focus is on MEG with human subjects (healthy and disease). Topics can range from single studies, methods (from basic implementation, analysis tools, or advanced issues), to conceptual issues (e.g., neuroanatomy or physics of bio-electrical fields). Topics from basic cognitive science to clinical applications are all welcome. We also encourage you to present your own studies you recently have published, or are about to publish.

Signing up/questions

To sign up or if you have questions, please contact Igori Comarovschii (

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