SUBIC operates a 32/64-channel BioSemi Active 2 EEG system. This system is based on micro-amplifiers in each electrode and provides a solution to the problem of interference pickup of the cables by suppression of interference by impedance transformation directly on the electrode. In addition, the EEG booth is a sound attenuated Faradage cage, meaning that outside signal interference is further reduced. The system can also be used with our TMS systems. See the TMS page [JL1] for more information about our TMS systems.

A range of head caps are available and SUBIC offers several ancillary equipment. Among others, these include:

  • Visual presentation (120 Hz CRT replacement monitor with built in stimulus onset triggers, VPixx)
  • High-quality auditory sound system
  • Psychophysiological measures (BioPac MP160)
    • Galvanic skin response (GSR)
    • Heart rate
    • Breathing rate and magnitude
    • Electromyography (EMG)
    • Electric stimulus delivery
  • Eye tracker (TRACKPixx3, VPixx)
    • 2kHz binocular distance eye tracker, 1.7ms latency
  • Odor presentation system

SUBIC also operates a neuro navigation system that can also be used to digitize the position of EEG electrodes for use in subsequent analyses or to enable the co-registration of EEG electrode and MRI coordinate spaces.

For more information regarding EEG-studies, technical equipment, or other EEG-related requests, please contact our director Johan Lundström at johan.lundstrom@su.se 

For other inquiries please contact subic@su.se