Yi-Jhong Han (Denny)

EEG Lab Manager

Research group:
Cognitive Neuroscience
029 206 88756

Research summary

I am interested in issues related to social cognition and episodic memory,  and how the interaction between the two shapes the electrophysiological activities of the brain supporting such psychological processes. My research during PhD study focuses on understanding the role of the self in episodic memory using oscillatory analysis and event-related potentials. 
As the EEG Lab Manager of CUBRIC, I am responsible for managing the operation and risk assessments of EEG labs. I provide training and technical support to users using EEG facility and develop protocols and procedures related to EEG research, including signal acquisition and analysis, stimuli presentation, data management and electrode localisation. I am also involved in public engagement activities of CUBRIC.


Selected publications (2014 onwards)


Full list of publications



Undergraduate education

BSc Psychology, Soochow University, Taiwan (2004-2008)

Postgraduate education

MSc Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Taiwan (2008-2010)
PhD Candidate Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London (UCL), UK (2013-present)

Awards/External Committees

Overseas Research Scholarships, UCL, UK (2013-2016)


Demonstrator in Research Methods (2014-2017) and Statistics (2015; 2016), Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, UCL, UK
Research Assistant, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, National Central University, Taiwan (2011-2013)
Second Lieutenant/Platoon Leader, Army, Taiwan (2010-2011)