Friday Lunch Seminar: Ehsan Alizadehkashtiban: "Objective Evaluation of Pain by EEG" (On-line: Sign-up required)

Friday Lunch Seminar (English)

November 11, 2022
12:15 〜 13:00
Apply for participation from here by noon, November 10.
You will be notified of participation details by e-mail on November 10.

Talk Title:
Objective Evaluation of Pain by EEG

Ehsan Alizadehkashtiban
Assistant programmer
PaMeLa, Inc.,
Dept. of Physics
Osaka University

Host PI: Aya Nakae

Pain is defined as a subjective sensation that its treatment is determined
based on the patient's report, but sometimes it is difficult to determine
the cause of pain. We have developed a regression model to predict pain
objectively based on EEG data of experimental pain stimuli using
electroencephalography (EEG). Because of the large individual differences in
EEG, such as age-related differences and noise, the conventional method
requires correction using the individual's EEG data to improve accuracy. In
this lecture, we report that we were able to improve the accuracy without
going through the process of correcting individual data.