[Eeglablist] The first MBT workshop (9/30/19-10/1/19) @Belgrade

Ivan Gligorijevic ivang83 at gmail.com
Mon Sep 2 04:26:35 PDT 2019


Hello everyone,

Just a small info for those who might be interested in this mobile EEG
workshop with excellent speakers and programme: there are currently 3
places left - we will follow first-come-first-serve principle.

Let me know if you need any info of any sort.

All the best,
Ivan


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Ivan Gligorijević, PhD
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On Tue, Jun 4, 2019 at 1:13 AM Makoto Miyakoshi <mmiyakoshi at ucsd.edu> wrote:

> Dear EEGLAB list subscribers,
>
> Upon request made by Ivan from mBrainTrain, let me post this info to the
> list.
>
>
> mBrainTrain is going to hold the first workshop in Belgrade, on September
> 30 and October 1st aiming at sharing knowledge and best practices in mobile
> EEG studies.
>
> Many groups often spend valuable time by solving the issues that other
> groups had already faced and solved before. The aim of the conference is to
> address these issues.
>
> The speakers at the workshop are the pioneers in the domain and have
> previously conducted studies and faced many of the problems. On the other
> hand, mbt team will act as a knowledge peer and hold hands-on sessions.
>
> This conference is aimed at both new comers and experienced researchers
> and help jump-start complex experiments.
>
> Topics covered:
> - Setting up outdoor EEG experiments
> - Artifacts handling
> - Wireless synchronization and triggering
> - Using Matlab and EEGLab for signal processing
> - EEG on mobile phone
> - Example studies, MOBI (Berlin) experiences and more
>
> Preliminary program can be seen here:
> https://mbraintrain.com/workshop/#schedule
>
> The workshop will be limited in size and places are expected to be soon
> filled-out. Registration can be done via conference webpage:
> http://mbraintrain.com/workshop
>
> If you believe it might be interesting to someone else than yourself and
> your colleagues, please feel free to share the info.
>
> --
> Makoto Miyakoshi
> Assistant Project Scientist, Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience
> Institute for Neural Computation, University of California San Diego
>


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