My master's project is aimed at characterizing the effects of altered photoperiod (the hours of light across 24 hours) in rats. The photoperiod has been manipulated both in terms of length and type of light exposure. The parameters of interest include EEG markers of wakefulness, sleep and sleep consolidation.
For the purpose of sleep scoring and EEG analysis I take part in the validation of an algorithm for semi-automatic sleep state classification and the use of a detailed app.
- "Skal du jobbe mye natt i sommer?" - interview article in Katarsis (in Norwegian)
- Pecha Kucha presentation at the Mentor Week at The Faculty of Psychology August 16th 2017: "Hvordan lys påvirker hverdagen vår" (in Norwegian)