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NeuroCognition Laboratory



The NeuroCognition Laboratory (NCL) is a gathering space for faculty and students with related interests.  NCL is dedicated to the experimental study of human cognitive processes through various research projects involving faculty and students, using Electroencephalogram (EEG) and Eye-tracking. It became operational in February 2019 and is situated on the third floor, Block II of CHRIST (Deemed to be University).

This laboratory has been conceived as a central facility that comprises a 64 channel high quality research-grade EEG acquisition system, physiological measures, and a high-frequency Eye Tracking system that enables Faculty and Scholars at CHRIST to conduct research studies. There is also a meeting space with LCD for hosting a small group class, workshop, or meeting for about 10-12 people.

The following objectives guide the lab activity: 

Objective 1:   Enhancing knowledge in cognitive neuroscience and related fields

Objective 2:   Facilitating interdisciplinary research among Faculty

Objective 3:   Updating skills and knowledge of Undergraduate and Postgraduate students.

People @NCL

Faculty Coordinator and Operations in-charge: Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy

Technical Assistance & Lab scheduling:  Ms. Satya G. 

Additional Technical Assistance:  Mr. Adhiraj Chowdhury, Mr. Varghese Mathew (PhD Scholar)


Scientific Advisory Team:  will meet to review and approve research projects requesting lab time.

EEG Studies:  Dr. Cathryn Niranjana Bennett, Dr. Nesin Mathew, Dr. Jayasankar Reddy 

Eye Tracking Studies:   Mr. Harishankar Moosath, Dr. Padmakumari, Dr. Santhosh K.R.

Review Meeting Chairs:            

Dr. Tony Sam George (Dean & HOD) 

Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy (NCL Faculty Coordinator) 


EEG data review team:       

Dr. Madhavi Rangaswamy - Quality and Artifact Issues with EEG, Machine issues 

Dr Jayasankar Reddy - Clinical review for abnormal features in EEG

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