[FieldTrip] LSL Workshop Registration - Now Open

Martin Bleichner martin.bleichner at uni-oldenburg.de
Wed Jun 13 15:07:52 CEST 2018

Hi all,

We are happy to announce the second international Lab Streaming Layer 
(LSL) workshop, which will take place September 27 - 28, 2018, at the 
Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg, in Delmenhorst, Germany.

You can now register for the event: http://www.h-w-k.de/index.php?id=2266.

The registration is open until*July 30, 2018.*The number of participants 
is limited to 40 people.
The workshop participation fee is
/*100,00 € reduced rate for Postdocs, PhDs, and Students
350,00 € for Industrial Partners, and Other*/
and includes meals. Participants need to cover their own travel expenses.

  LSL is an open-source project enabling the synchronized streaming of 
time series data coming from different devices, such as EEG amplifiers, 
audio, video, eye tracking, keyboards, etc. LSL features near real-time 
access to data streams, time-synchronization, networking and centralized 

Key LSL developers and expert users have confirmed attendance. The 
workshop will provide a general introduction to LSL. We will present how 
LSL can be used for a multitude of different experimental setups, using 
a variety of experimental software, hardware and operating systems. In a 
hands-on session, participants can learn to stream data from their own 
hardware or play with hardware provided by us and external partners. We 
will name pitfalls and discuss how to test and ensure the best possible 
timing accuracy when recording multimodal data. We will also provide a 
best practice guide and present different use cases of LSL. We will also 
use the workshop to discuss future software and hardware developments.

For further enquiries, please contact: martin.bleichner at uol.de 
<mailto:martin.bleichner at uol.de>


Martin Bleichner

Dr. Martin Bleichner
Neuropsychology    Lab
Department of Psychology
University of Oldenburg
D-26111 Oldenburg

martin.bleichner at uni-oldenburg.de
Tel.: +49 (0)441 - 798-2940

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