Geneva, Switzerland: December 14-15
Brainstorm two-day training session, oriented on clinical EEG.
|Where||Campus Biotech, Room B1.06 | Google maps|
Ask at the front desk for an access badge and directions to the room.
|When||Monday, December 14: 8:30-17:30|
Tuesday, Decembre 15: 9:00-17:30
|Organizers||Anne-Lise Giraud, Sophie Bouton (University of Geneva)|
|Instructors||Francois Tadel, Sylvain Baillet (Montreal Neurological Institute / McGill)|
Anne-Sophie Dubarry (Aix-Marseille Université)
|Audience||Users interested in analyzing EEG/MEG/intracranial recordings using Brainstorm.|
Some experience in processing EEG recordings is recommended. Teaching in English.
Number of participants: 30
|Fees||Free. Meals and coffee are not provided, a cafeteria is available on site.|
|Slides||Introduction | Source estimation| Time-frequency | Connectivity|
The participants are required to bring a laptop (an external mouse will add to your comfort). In order to make the session as efficient as possible, we ask all the attendees to download, install and test the software and sample dataset on their laptops prior to the workshop.
Power outlets in Switzerland are different from the rest of Europe, bring an adapter.
Please read carefully the following instructions:
How to prepare your laptop for the training
Program: Day 1
|8:30-9:00||Onsite assistance in installing the material for the training session|
|9:00-10:00||Lecture: Brainstorm overview (Tadel) |
Software structure, typical data workflow
MRI volumes, surfaces and anatomical atlases
Review of continuous EEG recordings
Montage editor and management of event markers
Bad channels management
Artifact correction with SSP and ICA
Averaging, exploring the evoked response
|16:00-16:30||Lecture: Source modeling (Baillet)|
Head modeling, cortical source reconstruction
Regions of interest (ROIs)
Program: Day 2
|9:00-9:30||Lecture: Time-frequency (Baillet)|
Time-frequency decomposition of continuous recordings
|10:15-10:45||Lecture: Connectivity & resting-state (Baillet)|
Statistics and group analysis
Phase amplitude coupling
|12:30-13:00||Lecture: Intra-cranial recordings (Dubarry)|
|14:00-17:30||Analyze your own data |
Participants work in small groups (2-4 people) to analyze their own recordings