Please contact us if you are interested in surface-based decoding.
If you are interested in our Mooney Two-Tone images (Imamoglu, Kahnt, Koch & Haynes, Neuroimage 2012) please contact Fatma Imamoglu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
An Interesting TechniqueHere is a sample of parallel transmit technology (pTx). The excitation pulse can take an arbitrary shape, here John's picture is written into a phantom (courtesy of Siemens Healthcare. Acquired with Siemens TimTX TrueShape technology).
Our Lab in the Media
A Guardian article on "The brain scan that can read people's intentions" can be found here:
A few lectures on neuroimaging, brain reading and unconscious processing can be found here:
A report on BBC Horizon "The Secret You" can be found here:
An interview on Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin can be found here:
A youtube video testing a brain game can be found here:
Lie detection with brain scanners film
An anecdotal video of what might one day be achieved in lie-detection with brain scanners (made by former postdoc Mart Bles) can be downloaded here (15MB). Please note that the perfect accuracies shown are still science fiction, but the basic idea is quite accurate.
John's talk at Ars Electronica (2013)
John's talk at the Daimler und Benz Stiftung (German)
John's talk at Zürich Minds (2013)
John's talk at TEDx Berlin (2014)
John's desk as drawn for Spektrum Gehirn & Geist (12/2012, p. 46)
Berlin Center for Advanced Neuroimaging (BCAN)
Berlin Graduate School of Mind and Brain
Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Berlin (BCCN Berlin)
Bernstein National Network of Computational Neuroscience
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
German Neuroinformatics Node (G-Node) Munich
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin