This is the News section - please choose from one of the News articles below.
BESA Research 6.1 January 2017 released!
BESA Research 6.1 January 2017 released!
BESA Research 6.1 is now available for limited diagnostic purposes in the EU and in other countries that recognize the CE certification for medical devices, including the use as an additional tool for the evaluation of epileptiform EEG and MEG data. Diagnostic use is restricted to applications detailed in the Intended Use document, and to a group of users detailed in the Intended User document, which need to be consulted together with the other safety instructions before any such use. Several enhancements were performed to minimize potential risks and to improve the workflow of clinical application. Anyone using BESA Research 6.1 is eligible for a free upgrade to this version.
Further improvements such as an improved EDF format reading and writing feature, and better handling of batch logging have been implemented as well.
For further information about BESA Research, or purchasing BESA Research 6.1, please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org or the Contact page.
We've opened our online store!
09. February 2017
A lot of our customers purchase things online. Chances are, you’re one of them. While we love helping people setup their lab, write interesting papers and study the complex and mysterious physiology of the human body better, we want to make it easier for you to get the products you need to your workplace.
And that is why we opened our online store for you!
Our online store is packed with features, which make it easier for you to order products from us. But that is not the only benefit you get when purchasing from us online. You also benefit from better prices!
Please be reminded, we do not make any quotations from our online store and hence the better prices only apply on online purchases.
So, now, go have fun browsing our new online store! Should anything be missing or you cannot find a product just send us an email to email@example.com and we'll do our best to help you out.
BESA MRI 2.0 January 2017 released!
Upgrade now available for download.
The update release BESA MRI 2.0 January 2017 is now available for download from our website.
Results obtained with BESA MRI can now be used for limited diagnostic purposes in the EU and in other countries that recognize the CE certification for medical devices, if BESA MRI is combined with the application BESA Research for the analysis of epileptiform activity. Diagnostic use is restricted to applications detailed in the Intended Use documents of BESA MRI and BESA Research, and to a group of users detailed in the Intended User documents of the respective applications. These documents need to be consulted together with the other safety instructions before any such use. Enhancements were added to minimize potential risks and to improve the workflow of clinical application. Anyone using BESA MRI is eligible for a free upgrade to this version.
Upgrade to E-Prime 3.0 at 40% discount!
E-Prime 3.0 Upgrade License offer
Would you like to upgrade to E-Prime 3.0? If you already have an E-Prime 2.0 license you can now upgrade to E-Prime 3.0 by purchasing an Upgrade License at a 40% discount! An Upgrade License is a full Single User License that requires a one-time validation using your E-Prime 2.0 license key. This allows you to maintain the use of both versions side-by-side! E-Prime 1.x, 2.0 and 3.0 can all be used side-by-side, allowing you to open and save experiments from previous versions in E-Prime 3.0.
This offer is only available until the end of December 2017, so get in touch now to upgrade you current version!
This is the Event section - please choose from one of the Event articles below.
Medica 2017, Dusseldorf - Germany
13 - 16 November, 2017 - Düsseldorf, Germany
NEUROSPEC AG will participate at MEDICA 2017 in Dusseldorf, Germany! The conference will be held from 13 - 16 November, 2017. Marc and Maximilian Mosimann will mostly be found in Hall 9. You can always contact us during visiting hours via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or via the Contact page. See you there and looking forward to it!
ASP2017 Conference, Sydney - Australia
29 November - 1 December, 2017 - Sydney, Australia
The 27th Annual meeting of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology will be hosted by Western Sydney University and held at 1PSQ, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia from Wednesday 29th of November to Friday 1st of December 2017.
We are happy to announce our official sponsorship for the ASP2017 conference and wish all participants a splendid conference!
ACNS 2017, Adelaide - Australia
23 - 26 November, 2017 - Adelaide, Australia
Join us for the 7th Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference (ACNS)! The ACNS conference will be held from the 23 - 26 November, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia.
We welcome members from disciplines such as psychology, neuroscience, cognitive science, psychiatry, neurology, linguistics, computer science, and philosophy, all with an interest in the relationships between the brain, mind, and behaviour.
As each year various workshops will be organized during the conference where you'll also get the opportunity to exchange knowledge and experience with other researchers.
Make sure to register for the conference via the ACNS 2017 Registration page today - Early Bird available until 30th September!
7th Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2017
From Vision to Reality, September 18th – 22nd, 2017, Graz, Austria
Meet us a the 7th Graz Brain-Computer Interface Conference 2017: From Vision to Reality, held by the Institute of Neural Engineering at Graz University of Technology in Austria, between the 18th to 22nd of September 2017!
This international BCI conference is officially endorsed by the BCI society and attended by BCI specialists from across the world. The schedule includes several satellite events, workshops, excellent keynote speakers and of course, oral and poster presentations from researchers. The aim of the Graz BCI Conference is to provide a platform for scientific exchange within the Brain-Computer Interface research community and to contribute towards widespread scientific cooperation.