Second EEGLAB Workshop
Porto, Portugal, Sept. 17-19, 2005
preceeding the SPR meeting in Lisbon
EEGLAB is an open source Matlab environment for EEG, MEG and related electrophysiological signal processing released as open source software in the public domain under the Gnu Public License by the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience (SCCN) of the Institute for Neural Computation at the University of California San Diego in La Jolla. Its core functions facilitate application of several recent approaches to analysis of event-related EEG (and/or MEG) data. These have recently been summarized by Makeig, Debener, Onton & Delorme and described in more detail by Delorme & Makeig. It has been used by our team to publish results in journals including Science and (most recently) PLOS Biology. As an open source project, its functionality can and may be easily extended to include many types of data analysis.
The purpose of the second EEGLAB workshop will be to introduce EEGLAB to those considering its use in their research and to accelerate the transition to more advanced uses of EEGLAB for current research users and developers.
The workshop will be held in a seminar room and a computer room of the Institute for Molecular and Cell Biology (IBMC) in the heart of Porto city, in Portugal. Through our local organizer is Vasco Galhardo, IBMC has offered to make available workstations running EEGLAB that will be available for use by participants.
Another one-day workshop on EEGLAB will be held in Lisbon on the eve of the SPR meeting, Sept. 21. The format for that workshop will be introductory lectures only, without hands-on opportunities. Those seriously interested in using EEGLAB in their research are urged to attend the full Porto workshop if possible. This page will soon contain a link to further details of the Lisbon workshop.
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