ECG users in Europe:
University of Newcastle upon Tyne

Dr Philip Langley

Cardiovascular Physics & Engineering Research Group
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
64-channel ActiveTwo for ECG/BSPM research

Charles University
Department of Medicine
Dr. Petr Stovicek
Praque, Czech Republic
Launching customer of 195-channel ActiveTwo with active carbon BSPM strips in use for Body Surface Potential Mapping.

Academic Medic Center

Dr. Andre Linnenbank

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

One 256-channel ActiveTwo with 8 channel AIB-box in use for potential mapping research.


Interuniversity Cardiology Institute of the Netherlands
Prof. Jacques de Bakker
Academic Medical Center (AMC)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Two x 256-channel ActiveTwo systems in use for potential mapping research.

University Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe, Germany
One 64-channel ActiveTwo system with Carbon strips in use for BSPM research.

Umit, University for Health Informatics and Technology Tyrol
Innsbruck, Austria
 
One 128-channel ActiveOne and one Mark-8 system in use for Body Surface Potential Mapping

ANTEA GmbH
CEO Dr. Frank Schneider
Medizintechnik und Informationstechnik
Karlsruhe, Germany
One 64-channel ActiveOne and one Mark-8 system in use for the development of multichannel, high resolution ECG systems.

Franz-Volhard-Klinik
Universitätsklinikum Charité
Medizinische Fakultät der Humboldt-Universität
Berlin, Germany
 
One 64-channel ActiveOne system for BSPM research.

Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering
Margorzata Fereniec
Department of Biomeasurements & Biocontrol
Warsaw, Poland
One 64-channel ActiveTwo system in use for Body Surface Potential Mapping applications.

Helsinki University of Technology
Laboratory of Biomedical Engineering
Helsinki, Finland
One 128-channel ActiveTwo system is in use for development of Body Surface Potential Mapping applications.

Italian National Institute of Health
Prof. Giovanni Calcagnini
Rome, Italy
 
One 48-channel ActiveTwo system in use for ECG research.

Research and Development Center for Microtherapy
Dr. Peter van Leeuwen
Department of Biomagnetism (EFMT)
Bochum, Germany
One 48-channel ANA-1 system used for Body Surface Potential Mapping in combination with MCG recordings

MFA Research Institute for Technical Physics
Budapest, Hungary
 
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for ECG and EEG research.
One 64-channel Mark-8 system in use for Body Surface Potential Mapping

Universidad Politecnica de Valencia
Escuela de Telecomunicaciones
Dr. Alvaro Tormos Ferrando
Spain
One 64-channel ActiveOne system in use for Body Surface Potential Mapping.

 

EEG users in Europe:


University of Birmingham

Dr. Peter Praamstra

Behavioural & Brain Science Centre
Birmingham, UK
Launching customer of a 144-channel ActiveOne system used in 'high-density' EEG/ERP lab.
More information on the coorporation during the development can be read here.
One 140-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research. 

Max-Planck-Institute fuer Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften
Leipzig, Germany
Two 128+8-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Swansea University

Prof. Adrian Burgess

Schollo of Human Sciences, Psychology Department
Swansae, Wales, UK
128+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Oeterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Dr Joydeep Bhattacharya

Kommision fuer Wissenschaftliche Visualisierung
Vienna, Austria
32+1 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Universidade de Coimbra
Faculdade de Psicologia e Ciencias da Educacao
Coimbra, Portugal
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Liverpool John Moores University

Dr Peter Malinowski

School of Psychology
Liverpool, United Kingdom
32+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Universite de Geneve

Dr Klaus Scherer

Swiss Center for Affective Sciences
Geneva, Switserland
96 channel ActiveTwo for EEG/EMG research

The Univerity of Dublin, Trinity College

Dr. Paul Dockree

Institute of Neuroscience
Dublin, Ireland
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Birmingham

Dr. Christopher Ring

School of Sport & Exercise Science
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Two 32+8 systems and one 128+8 channel system for EEG research

American University of Beirut
Beirut, Lebanon
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

University of Aberdeen

David Turk

Department of Psychology
Aberdeen, Scotland
64+8 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

Universita' di Modena e Reggio Emilia

Prof Sergio Fonda

Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche
Modena, Italy
32+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna

Luca Citi

Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies
Pisa, Italy
16 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna

Prof. Maurizio Codispoti

Dipartimento di Psicologia
Bologna, Italy
256+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Universite de Lausanne

Prof. Catherine Brandner

Faculte des Science Sociales et Politques
Lausanne, Switzerland
32 channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research

University of Manchester

Dr. Dimitri Tsivilis

Division of Psychology
Manchester, United Kingdom
64+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Scuola Internazionla Superiore di Studi Avanzati (SISSA)

Dr Alessandro Grecucci

Sector of Cognitive Neuroscience
Trieste, Italy
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Cognitive Psychology

Facuteit der Psychology en Pedagogiek
Amsterdam, Netherlands
128+16 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University College Dublin

Dr Madeleine Lowery

School of Electrical Engineering
Dublin, Ireland
128+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Weizmann Institute of Science

Prof. Elisha Moses

Physics of Complex Systsems
Rehovot, Israel
Two daisy chained 64+8 ActiveTwo systems for EEG research on multiple subjects simultaneously

University Basel

Prof. Frank Wilhelm

Fakultaet fuer Psychology
64+16 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Simula Research Laboratory

Prof. Per Grottum

Lysaker, Norway
64 channel ActiveTwo for ECG/BSPM research

University of Jyväskylä

Prof. Tuomas Eerola

Department of Music
Jyväskylä, Finland
32+8 channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Institute of Neurology

Dr. James Kilner

Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience
London, UK
136-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Lincoln

Dr. P. M. J. Pollux

Department of Psychology
Lincoln, UK
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Wageningen University

Dr Harold Bult

Wageningne Centre of Food Sciences
Wageningen, Netherlands
40-channel ActiveTwo with Jazz eyetracker for EEG research

University Utrecht

Dr Dennis Schutter

Helmholtz Research Institute
Utrecht, Netherlands
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Helsinki

Dr. Mari Tervaniemi

Cognitive Brain Research Unit
Helsinki, Finland
264-channel ActiveTwo with Jazz eyetracker for EEG research

Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausannne

Prof. Olaf Blanke

Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience
Lausanne, Switzerland
192-channel and 24-channel and 264-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Universitaetsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf

Dr Andreas K. Engel

Institut fuer Neurophysiologie und Pathophysiologie
Hamburg, Germany
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Coventry University

Dr John Wiliams

School of Health and Social Sciences
Coventry, UK
32-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Glasgow Caledonian University

Dr Velitchko Manahilov

Department of Vision Sciences
Glasgow, UK
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Sheffield

Dr Peter Nickel

Department of Psychology
Sheffield, UK
32-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Friedrich-Schiller-University of Jena

Prof. Stefan R. Schweinberger

Department of General Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience
Jena, Germany
152-channel and 40-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research

Institute of Communications and Computer Sytems

Dr Areti Tzelepi

Athens, Greece
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Oxford

Dr Kia Nobre

Department of Experimental Psychology
Oxford, UK
136-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Université de Provence/CNRS

Dr Michel Lacour

Neurobiologie Intégrative et Adaptative
Marseille, France
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Essex

Dr Francisco Sepulveda

Brain-Computer Interfaces Group
Computer Science Department
Colchester-Essex, UK
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG/BCI research

École Normale Supérieure

Dr Ruth de Diego Balaguer

Département d'Etudes Cognitives
Paris, France
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

University of Geneva

Prof. Thierry Pun

Department of Computer Science
Geneva, Switzerland
ActiveTwo 64-channel system for EEG research

University of Dundee

Dr Emese Nagy

Department of Psychology
Dundee, United Kingdom
ActiveTwo 40-channel system for EEG research

University of Copenhage

Dr Sidse Arnfred

Department of Psychiatry
Copenhage, Denmark
ActiveTwo 72-channel system for EEG research

University of Warwick

Dr Friederike Schlaghecken

Department of Psychology
Coventry, United Kingdom
ActiveTwo 40-channel system for EEG research

IfADo, Institute for Occupational Physiology

Dr Michael Falkenstein

Cognitive Neurophysiology
Dortmund, Germany
ActiveTwo 40-channel system for EEG research

University of Zuerich

Dr Franz Vollenweiler, Dr Rael Cahn

Medical Faculty, Division of Clinical Psychiatry
Zuerich, Switserland
ActiveTwo 72-channels system for EEG research

Kantonschule Glattal

Mr Patrick Ehrismann

Fachvorstand Physik
Duebendorf, Switserland
ActiveTwo 8-channel system for EEG research

Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne
Signals Processing Institue
Lausanne, Switzerland
One 32-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

The Weizmann Institute of Science
Department of Neurobiology
Rehovot, Israel
72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Institut des Neurosciences Cognitives de la Méditerranée CNRS Marseille France.
Marseille, France
 
40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Universite de Geneve
Dr Stephanie Morand
Geneva, Swizerland
 
130-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Hôpital Nestlé
The Functional Electrical Neuroimaging Laboratory
Lausanne, Switzerland
130-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research

Leiden University
Cognitive Psychology section
Leiden, Netherlands
 
 

72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research


The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel

72 and 136 chanel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research


Cardiff University
Cardiff, United Kingdom

72-channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research


CNRS et Université de Provence
Marseille, France

72-channel ActiveTwo EEG system


University of St. Andrews
St. Andrews, Scotland

72-channel ActiveTwo EEG system


Universität Leipzig
Leipzig, Germany

Two 136-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research


University of Surrey
Roehampton, UK

40-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research


Bispebjerg University Hospital
Copenhagen, Denmark

72-channel ActiveTwo for EEG research


Goldsmiths University of London
London, United Kingdom

Two 40-channel ActiveTwo systems for EEG research


Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Budapest, Hungary
 

64-channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research


Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

40-channel ActiveTwo system for EEG research


University of Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain
 
 

64-channel ActiveTwo system for sleep research


University of Leuven
Brussel, Belgium
One 16-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

University of Vienna
Wien, Austria
One 24-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

University of Göteborg
Dr. Johan Wessberg
Dept. of Physiology
Göteborg, Sweden
 
 
One 40-channel ActiveTwo system with 8 channel AIB in use for EEG research.

University of Utrecht
Dr. Chantal Kemner
Dept. of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Utrecht, The Netherlands
 
One 32-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

University of Utrecht
Utrecht, The Netherlands
One 32-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

Hebrew university of Jerusalem
Jerusalem, Israel
One 40-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

Erasmus University Rotterdam
Rotterdam, Netherlands
 
One 72-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

Insituto Tecnológico de Informática
Valencia, España
 
 
One 16-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research.

University of Glasgow
ElectroDiagnostic Imaging Unit, Tennent Institute of Ophthalmology
Glasgow, UK
 
One 48-channel ActiveOne in use for EEG research

University of Glasgow
Glasgow, UK
 
One 72-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research

Tilburg University
Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr Geert van Boxtel
Tilburg, The Netherlands
One 64-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research
One 16-channel ActiveTwo in use for rehabilitation research

University of Nottingham
Professor Peter Liddle
Dept. of Psychiatry
Nottingham, United Kingdom
One 136-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research
West London Mental Health, Broadmoor Hospital
Dr John Lumsden
Neurophysiology Department
Berkshire , United Kingdom
One 32-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research

Jagiellonian University Kraków
Department of Psychophysiology
Kraków, Poland
 
One 40-channel ActiveTwo in use for EEG research.

University of Amsterdam
Marcus Spaan
Department of Psychology
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
One 40-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

University of Amsterdam
Department of Psychology Prof. Dr. Dick Bierman
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
One 16-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

University of Amsterdam
Department of Psychology Prof. Victor Lamme
Amsterdam, Netherlands
One 52 channel ActiveOne system for EEG research during transcranial magmetic stimulation (TMS).

Institut Dalle Molle d'Intelligence Artificielle (IDIAP)
Martigny, Switzerland
 
 
One 32-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG research

University of Tartu
Dr.Kairi Kreegipuu
Department of Psychology
Tartu, Estonia
 
One 16-channel ActiveOne system in use for EEG research.

Emotional Brain BV
Dr. Adriaan Tuiten
Almere, The Netherlands
One 84-channel ActiveOne system is in use for EEG research.

Hull University
Tjeerd Jellema, PhD
Hull, UK
One 64+8 channel ActiveTwo system is in use for EEG research.

 

 

 

 

EEG/EMG users in Europe:

London South Bank University

Dr Joanna Bowtell

Academy of Sport, Physical Activity and Well-being
Faculty of Engineering, Science and the Built Environment
London, UK
160-channel ActiveTwo for EEG/EMG research

Hogeschool Zuyd
Department Biometrie
Ir Huub van Gussem
Heerlen, The Netherlands
One 16-channel ActiveTwo system in use for EEG/EMG research

 
 

 

 

 

 

EMG users in Europe:


Benjamin Franklin University Hospital
Zentrum für Muskel- und Knochenforschung
Berlin, Germany
 
 
One 132-channel ActiveOne with 130 channel active sEMG array

Umea University of Sweden
University Hospital Department of Biomedical Engineering and Informatics
Umea, Sweden
 
One 144-channel ActiveOne with 130 channel active sEMG array

Academic Hospital Nijmegen
Department of Clinical Neurophysiology
Nijmegen, Netherland
One 64-channel Mark-6 system is in use for high-density surface EMG research.
One 128-channel Mark-6 system is in use for development of high-density surface EMG applications.
One 132-channel ActiveOne with 130 channel active sEMG array

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Department of Sport Sciences
Trondheim, Norway
One 32-channel Mark-6 system is in use for surface EMG recordings.

 

 

 

Miscellaneous research in Europe:


Organon Laboratories Ltd

Scientific Development Group
Newhouse, Scotland
One 256-channel ActiveOne custom-made system, 32 independent daisy-chained recording stations each with an 8 channel front-end, in use for EEG/EMG research for the development of pharmaceuticals.

UMC, University Medical Center Utrecht
Dr. H. Roshani
Department of Urology
Utrecht, Netherlands
One 8-channel Mark-8 in use for EMG/bioimpedance/pressure measurements in pigs, within the framework of a recently started research project

Academic Medical Center (AMC)
Dr. Ab Peper
Department of Medical Physics
Amsterdam, Netherlands
One 16-channel Mark-6 system is in use for the research into noise properties of conventional and capacitive surface electrodes.

CNRS-CEREGE

Dr André Revil

Aix-en-Provence, France
32-channel ActiveTwo for geophysics research