[Eeglablist] Controversies in EEG source imaging - workshop, data and special issue in Brain Topography

Daniele Marinazzo daniele.marinazzo at ugent.be
Sun Aug 3 11:05:39 PDT 2014

Dear  Colleague

The Key Laboratory of Neuroinformation of the Ministery of Education of
China in Chengdu (NIL), in collaboration with the Cuban Neuroscience Center
(CNEURO),  and the University of Ghent (UG) are organizing a workshop on

“Controversies in EEG source imaging (ESI)”

Which will be held in Chengdu, China  from the  20th to the  22nd of August.

All the info on the workshop and related activities are on the website


Confirmed speakers include:

Anna Custo
Jorge Bosch-Bayard
Claude Bédard
Fabrizio de Vico Fallani
Daqing Guo
Stefan Haufe
Xu Lei
Daniele Marinazzo
Cu Peng
Dimitris Pinotsis
Jorge Riera
Andreas Spiegler
Pedro Valdes Sosa
Dezhong Yao

Rather than having traditional presentations we shall be discussing
questions such as:

--Are there monopoles in the brain, and if so what impact to the have on

--Is there is a best EEG reference and does it matter for ESI?

--What is the best way to measure brain connectivity in ESI?

--What if any, will the impact of Neural Field theory on ESI be?

with short presentations followed by discussions.

We hope you can come and join us there.

In any case, the workshop is structured in such a way that interested
researchers can contribute even remotely.

This can happen in several ways:

-on the website several types of data (scalp and intracranial recordings
from human, rat and monkey) have been uploaded. You can play with these
data and share results and discussions.

-you can contribute to the discussion participating to the forum on the
website, uploading papers, preliminary results, etc.

-ultimately, these discussions will result in a special issue of Brain
Topography, to which we invite you to contribute. The papers should ideally
reflect the discussions during the workshop as well as before and after on
the forum, and/or analyze the simulations and at least one experimental
data set.

Kind regards

Dezhong Yao, Daqing Gu, Xu Peng, Daniele Marinazzo and Pedro Valdes Sosa

Daniele Marinazzo --
Department of Data Analysis
Faculty of Psychology and Pedagogical Sciences, Gent University
Henri Dunantlaan 1, B-9000 Gent, Belgium
+32 (0) 9 264 6375

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