[FieldTrip] next week: live broadcast of MEG/EEG toolkit lectures

Robert Oostenveld r.oostenveld at donders.ru.nl
Wed Apr 15 16:25:59 CEST 2015

Dear FieldTrip users,

Next Monday the 4-day MEG/EEG toolkit course will start at the Donders in Nijmegen. To maximize the impact of the course, we will be live broadcasting the lectures! The computer hands-on sessions are not suited for recording and live broadcasting, but following the corresponding lecture you might want to do some tutorials on your own. 

The program for the live broadcasts is (starting next Monday 20 April)

Monday    09:45-10:45  Introduction to EEG/MEG and introduction to the FieldTrip toolbox
Monday    15:15-16:30  Fundamentals of neuronal oscillations and synchrony
Tuesday   11:00-12:15  Forward and inverse modeling
Tuesday   13:00-14:00  Source reconstruction using beamformers
Wednesday 09:00-10:00  Statistics using non-parametric randomization techniques
Wednesday 13:00-14:00  Connectivity analysis in MEG and EEG data

All indicated times are Central European Time (CET), i.e. the local time here in Nijmegen.

You can watch the live lectures at our YouTube channel on https://www.youtube.com/user/FieldTripToolboxTV. If you go there now, you will already see that the live events have been scheduled.

The full course program is on http://www.fieldtriptoolbox.org/workshop/toolkit2015, where it will be further updated during the next days. 

If at any moment in doubt during next week, please go to the toolkit2015 page to get the latest updates. I’ll also post the links to the youtube live streams there. 

best regards,
Robert (on behalf of the FieldTrip team)

PS this is the very first time for us to do a live broadcast. Of course we hope it will all work as planned, but we might run into some technical difficulties. As we cannot communicate all details to each of you individually, please keep an eye on http://www.fieldtriptoolbox.org/workshop/toolkit2015 for the latest news.
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