EEG provides temporally precise recordings on the electric activity of the brain. Therefore it is suitable for research into how the brain processes information over time. EEG can be measured concurrently with MEG, with as many as 128 channels, further adding to capabilities of MEG brain mapping.

There are several EEG recording suites in our University, all located in the Kärki building in Mattilanniemi campus. More information of the facilities is available at the web pages of the department of psychology.