[visionlist] [cvnet] EEG and Elevators

Jason Samonds samondjm at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 17:17:24 -05 2017

The elevator (30-50 ft) in our 2000ish building at Vanderbilt produced
large transient spikes in extracellular multielectrode recordings. They
were very infrequent and easily distinguished.

On Aug 8, 2017 4:04 PM, "Jeremy Wilmer" <jeremy.wilmer at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Folks,
> Wellesley College is building a new science building and we want to equip
> it with an EEG/Sleep lab. We have been told to be careful about its
> placement relative to motors (e.g. elevator motors at the top of elevator
> shafts). We have gotten some helpful advice from some smart and experienced
> folks on how far is far enough, but we want to get the best handle on this
> that we possibly can. If anyone has relevant personal experiences to share
> (e.g. "my lab is 30 ft from an elevator motor and it's never been a
> problem"), ideas for how to tackle this (e.g. "here is a website to
> consult" or "here is an experiment to conduct"), thoughts on what sort of
> consultants we might hire to investigate it (electrical engineers? someone
> else?), or any other relevant thoughts/info, I'd love to hear it!
> Many thanks,
> Jeremy
> --
> Jeremy Wilmer, PhD
> Assistant Professor of Psychology
> Wellesley College, MA
> http://academics.wellesley.edu/Psychology/Wilmer
> Office:  781-283-3775 <(781)%20283-3775>
> _______________________________________________
> cvnet mailing list
> cvnet at lawton.ewind.com
> http://lawton.ewind.com/mailman/listinfo/cvnet
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://visionscience.com/pipermail/visionlist_visionscience.com/attachments/20170808/f559272c/attachment-0001.html>

More information about the visionlist mailing list