Baltimore, USA: March 14-15, 2019
Two-day Brainstorm training session, EEG-oriented.
|Where||Johns Hopkins University - Sherwood Room, Levering Hall|
|When||Thursday, March 14, 2019: 8:30-17:30|
Friday, March 15, 2019: 9:00-17:30
|Instructors||Sylvain Baillet (Montreal Neurological Institute / McGill, Canada)|
Martin Cousineau (Montreal Neurological Institute / McGill, Canada)
|Organizers||Thomas Hinault (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore)|
|Audience||Users interested in analyzing EEG/sEEG/MEG recordings using Brainstorm.|
Some experience with EEG/MEG is recommended. Teaching in English.
Number of participants: 26
|Slides||Introduction | Source estimation | Time-frequency | Connectivity | Walkthrough|
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.
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 (Cousineau) |
Software structure, typical data workflow
MRI volumes, surfaces and anatomical atlases
Review of continuous EEG recordings
Montages and management of event markers
Artifact correction with SSP/ICA
|15:30-16:00||Lecture: Source modeling (Baillet)|
Head modeling, cortical source reconstruction
Regions of interest (ROIs)
Program: Day 2
|9:00-9:30||Lecture: Time-frequency (Baillet)|
|10:15-10:45||Lecture: Connectivity & resting-state (Baillet)|
|13:30-16:30||Analyze your own data |
Participants work in small groups (1-4 people) to analyze their own recordings
Registration is now closed. Thank you for your interest.