Well, not quite. As a part of our new collaboration with Dr. Gord Binsted (UBCO) and Dr. Kim Binsted (UHawaii) we will be putting out mobile fatigue EEG technology into the HISEAS Mars Habitat in Hawaii.
Dr. Krigolson talks about this project and using mobile EEG to assess fatigue on the Exponential Tech Tuesday cast featured below.
When Rick Mercer visited the University of Victoria, we gave him a closer look at his brain. Watch the full video to see what he thought!
Dr. Krigolson gave a co-hosted presentation at the University of Alberta with none other than Dr. Rich Sutton, the man who wrote the book on Reinforcement Learning! Dr. Krigolson was quoted as saying, "Yup, that was a bit intimidating but Rich is a really great guy and the talk was well received and a lot of fun."
Honours student Emma Rigsby presenting her honours thesis work at UVic's Making Waves conference. Well done!
I am really proud of the students in my lab doing outreach lessons at Campus View Elementary. I took this one for myself as my favourite 8 year old neuroscientist was in the class!
On Monday night, March 6th we were proud to host a Donor Event for IdeaFest. I am not sure who had more fun, the donors or the students, but all in all it was a very successful event!
Three of our Honours Students were Jamie Cassells Undergraduate Research Award winners this year. Today they gave amazing poster presentations at the JCURA Poster Day event. Well done! From left to right, graduating Honours students Taylor Chestnut, Shannon Fitzpatrick, and Charlotte Czerwinski.