[FieldTrip] NIHC-BrainGain Tutorial Day - March 21, 2013

Robert Oostenveld r.oostenveld at donders.ru.nl
Thu Feb 28 17:46:39 CET 2013

Dear FieldTrip users,

The NIHC-BrainGain Tutorial Day marks the end of the BrainGain project. For the last 6 years, the development and continued support of FieldTrip for normal/offline and realtime/online analysis has received support from the BrainGain project.

There is now more information available online on this tutorial day, please see

If you happen to be close to Nijmegen, you might also want to come to the "Breinfest"  on Tuesday evening 19 March in the city centre with talks by international speakers and BCI demo's for the general public. Personally, I will be demonstrating how real-time data streaming and processing can be done using the FieldTrip buffer to various platforms (OS X, WIndows, Linux), to the Raspberry Pi and even to an Arduino (yes, fieldtrip runs on an arduino! ... well, a small part of it runs on an arduino). See http://www.ru.nl/breinfest for details on the evening.

best regards,

On 19 Feb 2013, at 14:30, Robert Oostenveld wrote:

> NIHC-BrainGain Tutorial Day:
> Tools and novelties in neurotechnology research 
> We invite PhD students, post-docs and senior researchers working in the fields of brain-computer interfacing (BCI), neurofeedback, cognitive neuroscience, neuroinformatics, neurosurgery and related topics to our Tutorial Day on March 21st, 2013 in the Sanadome Nijmegen.
> The day marks the end of the BrainGain consortium, a six-year joint-effort project on Brain-Computer Interfacing and related technologies. More information on BrainGain can be found here.
> The Tutorial Day will consist of a 'tools' track and a 'novelties’ track. The 'tools' track is intended to provide both newcomers to the field and experienced researchers with an overview of the tools needed to integrate cognitive neuroscience and advanced invasive and non-invasive technology. Topics range from data streaming to modelling and statistics, and from online fMRI decoding to a crash course in neuroethics., You will also receive some helpful insights for a future career, in case you are interested in applying for a grant in the near future or considering setting up your own company.
> The 'novelties' track covers a wide range of topics indicating some of the possible topics to be further explored in BCI and neurotechnology research, including genetics, robotics and intracranial recordings. 
> There is no need to stick to one of the two tracks the whole day: you are free to switch between tracks any time.
> In parallel to the lectures, there will be several interesting demonstrations.  
> The full programme and registration form can be found on the NIHC website (https://www.hersenenencognitie.nl). Please register before 1 March 2013. Participation is free. Lunch and drinks will be provided. 
> We hope to welcome you on March 21st in Nijmegen!
> Susanna Bicknell
> Radboud University Nijmegen
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