History


During meetings in Berlin, organized by Stille and Hermann to develop guidelines for pharmaco-EEG analysis, the IPEG was established in 1980, followed by its first formal meeting in 1982 and the designation of Neuropsychobiology as its official scientific journal.
For a more detailed overview of the history of the IPEG see the Members only pages.

IPEG meetings are held biannually. A list of previous meetings with information can be found on a separate page.

News



International Conference on Basic and Clinical Multimodal Imaging

BaCI conference - where experts in basic and clinical neuroscience meet - is taking place in Bern, Switzerland from August 29 to September 2 2017.

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Brain Computation Is Organized via Power-of-Two-Based Permutation Logic

The power-of-two-based permutation logic – which has been proposed to be the root origin of intelligence – has been shown to be used widely in cortical and subcortical circuits, across animal species and can account for a large range of neural networks.

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Deep learning assisting clinicians to diagnose insomnia

This recent study demonstrates the high performance of deep learning algorithms on diagnosing insomnia via the EEG, even when using a small number of channels and a small sample of subjects.

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