CIBM Electrical Neuroimaging Farewell Symposium

Following the 2nd EEG Microstate Conference at the Campus Biotech Geneva, on July  12, 2024 a farewell symposium dedicated to the illustrious career and scientific contributions of Professor Christoph Michel in the field of Electrical Neuroimaging and founding Head  of the CIBM EEG HUG UNIGE Section

After decades of research, mentorship, and academic leadership, Professor Michel will be retiring from the University. of Geneva.  As we celebrate his retirement from formal academic duties, we eagerly anticipate a new chapter in his research journey.


Session 1 Chaired by Dimitri van de Ville
  • 13h00 – Early Visual processing in autism
    John Foxe, Rochester, USA
  • 13h20 – EEG/MEG in pediatric population
    Stefano Seri, Birmingham, UK
  • 13h40 – EEG-fMRI combination
    Louis Lemieux, London, UK
  • 14h00 – Quantitative EEG Methods
    Pedro Valdes, Havana, Cuba
  • 14h20 – EEG-tES combination
    Gregor Thut & Stephanie Morand,
    Glasgow, UK
  • 14h40 – EEG source imaging & connectivity
    Bin He, Pittsburgh, USA (virtual prsentation)

15h00 Coffee Break

Session 2 Chaired by Patrik Vuilleumier 
  • 15h20 – State-dependency
    Juliane Britz, Fribourg
  • 15h30 – High-density EEG in animal models
    Charles Quairiaux, Geneva
  • 15h40 – ERP microstates
    Daniel Brandeis, Zurich 
  • 15h50 – EEG microstates
    Thomas König, Bern
  • 16h00 – Functional connectivity
    Serge Vulliémoz, Geneva
  • 16h10 – Functional neurosurgery
    Karl Schaller, Geneva
Farewell Session Chaired by Pina Marziliano
  • 16h20 – Farewell message from the UNIGE Faculty of Medicine Dean
    Antoine Geissbühler
  • 16h30 – Electrical neuroimaging : past, present and future
    Christoph Michel
  • 17h10 – Closing remarks
    Theodor Landis

17h30 Farewell Apéro


12 Jul 2024


1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Campus Biotech, Geneva
Room H8-01-D
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