- •ECoG can elucidate brain function in ways not achieved by other imaging modalities.
- •ECoG-based applications are beginning to be used clinically.
- •ECoG-based applications are beginning to be marketed commercially.
- •Improvements continue in ECoG signal acquisition, signal analysis, and interpretation.
- •ECoG is elucidating fundamental brain functions such as language and memory.
The Seventh International Workshop on Advances in Electrocorticography (ECoG) convened in Washington, DC, on November 13–14, 2014. Electrocorticography-based research continues to proliferate widely across basic science and clinical disciplines. The 2014 workshop highlighted advances in neurolinguistics, brain–computer interface, functional mapping, and seizure termination facilitated by advances in the recording and analysis of the ECoG signal. The following proceedings document summarizes the content of this successful multidisciplinary gathering.
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Accepted: August 1, 2015
Received: July 31, 2015
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