June 2021

Sangkyu and Joonsik published a paper titled “Induced astigmatism biases the orientation information represented in multivariate electroencephalogram activities” at Human Brain Mapping, through collaborations with Hyungoo Kang from Catholic Kwandong University and Yee-Joon Kim from IBS. This study investigated the neural origins of astigmatic bias using multivariate analysis of EEG activity. Congratulations Sangkyu and Joonsik!

http://doi.org/10.1002/hbm.25550

April 2020

Woojae and Seolmin published a paper titled “Predicting Trial-By-Trial Variation in Oculomotor Behavior Using Multivariate Electroencephalography Theta Phase” at IEEE Access through a collaboration with Dr. Yee-Joon Kim from IBS center for cognition and sociality. This study investigated the neural origin of timing and direction variability in oculomotor behavior using a novel multivariate pattern analysis technique.

https://doi.org/10.1109/ACCESS.2020.2984776

Summer Intern 2018

Mooyoung and Byeongjae finished a month of lab life, as a part of CNIR Summer Internship. They successfully conducted an experiment and presented a poster that studied the effect of temporal and directional expectations on the initiation of smooth pursuit eye movements, under the guidance of Joonsik and Jeongjun. Congratulations!!