This 3 day workshop shares a comprehensive set of user-friendly tools with the scientific community using MEG/EEG as an experimental technique.
Friday 9th June to Sunday 11th June
Friday June 9, 2017: 8:30-17:30
Saturday June 10, 2017: 9:00-17:30
Sunday June 11, 2017: 9:00-12:30
£100 for two days / £120 for full course (includes refreshments and lunches)
Information and Booking
Users interested in analysing EEG/sEEG/MEG recordings using Brainstorm. Some experience with EEG/MEG is recommended. Teaching in English.
Brainstorm is a collaborative, open-source application dedicated to the analysis of brain recordings: MEG, EEG, fNIRS, ECoG, depth electrodes and animal electrophysiology. Our objective is to share a comprehensive set of user-friendly tools with the scientific community using MEG/EEG as an experimental technique.
For physicians and researchers, the main advantage of Brainstorm is its rich and intuitive graphic interface, which does not require any programming knowledge. We are also putting the emphasis on practical aspects of data analysis (e.g., with scripting for batch analysis and intuitive design of analysis pipelines) to promote reproducibility and productivity in MEG/EEG research.
Finally, although Brainstorm is developed with Matlab (and Java), it does not require users to own a Matlab license: an executable, platform-independent (Windows, MacOS, Linux) version is made available in the downloadable package. To get an overview of the interface, you can watch this introduction video.
Organised by Tony Steffert (Open University, UK), David Mayor (University of Hertfordshire, UK) .
With financial support for the event from an MRC Partnership Grant to the UK MEG Community