What's New:

  • (20170805) v1.1.1 of the TUH EEG Seizure Corpus has been released. See TUH EEG Seizure Corpus for more details.
  • (20170722) v1.1.0 of the TUH EEG Seizure Corpus has been released. See TUH EEG Seizure Corpus for more details.
  • (20170629) Today, the research team celebrated the departure of two significant graduates, Silvia Lopez and Aaron Gross, over lunch. Prior to lunch, Silvia gave an outstanding presentation on her thesis proposal, found here.
  • (20170621) The Research Team has submitted their paper in the NIPS2017 conference, titled "Deep Architectures for Automated Seizure Detection in Scalp EEGs."
  • (20170621) On behalf of a very hard-working group of undergraduates, we are pleased to announce the release of v1.0.4 of the TUH EEG Seizure Corpus.
  • (20170601) The 7th annual IEEE Signal Processing in Medicine and Biology Symposium (IEEE SPMB 2017) will be held on December 2, 2017 at Temple University in Philadelphia. Please refer to the conference website and the Call For Papers for more details.
  • (20170523) Congratulations to our newest 2017 Spring graduates, Elliott Krome and Aaron Gross, for their excellent achievements and progress made for the NEDC EEG Research group.
  • (20170428) Today, the research team presented the demo at Temple's Innovation Showcase! The presentation materials may be found here.
  • (20170427) Congratulations to Vinit Shah for passing his PhD Preliminary Exam! A video of his presentation and more information can be found here.
  • (20170426) The manually annotated TUH EEG Seizure Detection Corpus has finally been released! To learn more about this database or to download it, click here.
  • (04/07/2017) Drs. Picone and Obeid will be publishing a book chapter titled "Machine Learning Approaches to Automatic Interpretation of EEGs" soon. This will appear as a chapter in the CRC Press book "Biomedical Signal Processing in Big Data" which is expected to be published in Fall 2017. A prerelease of the chapter is available here. This chapter presents a concise overview of the application of machine learning and big data to EEG interpretation.
  • (03/14/2017) Seyedeh Saeedeh, Meysam Golmohammadi, and Dawer Jamshed have attended the annual Columbia Workshop to learn more about Brain Circuits, Memory, and Computation. Click here to learn more.
  • (03/14/2017) A subset of the TUH EEG Corpus that contains EEGs divided in clinically normal and abnormal files has been released, and it is available here.
  • (07/11/2014) The NEDC announces a new release of the TUH EEG dataset covering years 2001-2013.
  • (06/04/2014) NEDC's abstract is accepted for the 2014 Neuroinformatics Congress.
  • (05/07/2014) Dr. Obeid presents the NEDC vision at the Applied Physics Lab at Johns Hopkins University.
  • (05/01/2014) NEDC Board of Directors Meeting at Temple University.
  • (02/06/2014) The first release of NEDC's TUH EEG Corpus is available here.
  • (07/01/2013) Our EEG proposal passes Phase 1 of the University City Science Center's QED Proof of Concept program.
  • (05/20/2013) Preliminary release of 600+ 2002 EEGs.
  • (03/15/2013) Kickoff meeting for the TUH EEG Database Project.

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