Institut du Cerveau et de la Moelle épinière
Disscussions and Lectures
Plenary lectures will be opened to all attendees in the main auditorium of the ICM.
- Rock-solid EEG: making open, reproducible EEG research (Dorothy Bishop, Aina Puce, Robert Oostenveld)
- Encoding/Decoding EEG signals (Fabrizzio De Vico Fallani, Rosalyn Moran, Michael Crosse)
- Multiscale EEG: from cells to scalp (Saskia Haegens, Christian Bénar, Henrik Anders Lindén)
- Thinking out of the box: field trips with EEG (Suzanne Dikker, Kathrin Ohla, Stefan Debener)
Classic poster sessions – Poster sessions will take place around the auditorium. Posters will be on display during the whole meeting. Submit your abstract on the registration page.
Methods wine & cheese – Several white boards will be available during poster sessions, each assigned with a methodological topic to be debated live. Everyone will be able to navigate between the boards and argue on the hottest questions in the field. Suggest a topic in the registration form or in the following field:
Meet the Start-ups
More and more young talents are taking the challenge of applying the latest discoveries of EEG research in the clinic, and for the general public. Get inspired by those entrepreneurs: hear their story and perhaps invent your next job!
Small-group hands-on tutorial sessions will take place at Telecom ParisTech. Please apply for your prefered sessions during registration. Due to space limitation, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to attend your favorite tutorials, first registered first served.
- Linear modeling in EEGLab (Cyril Pernet, Arnaud Delorme)
- Simulating EEG data (Mike X Cohen)
- Decoding EEG signals (Jean Rémi King, Alexandre Gramfort)
- Human Neocortical Neurosolver: A New Tool for Cellular and Circuit Level Interpretation of EEG (Stephanie Jones, Sam Neymotin, Dylan Daniels)
- Combining eye-tracking & EEG (Olaf Dimigen)
- Frequency Tagging (steady state analysis) in EEG (Molly Henry)
- SEEG/ECOG analysis with Brainstorm (François Tadel)
- Inverted encoding models of EEG signals (Tommy Sprague)
- Making sense of (large amounts of) human intracranial EEG data (Jean-Philippe Lachaux)
- Separating different alpha sources (Rasa Gulbinaite)
- Modeling EEG-behavior relationships (Valentin Wyart, Aurélien Weiss)
- Modeling EEG using temporal response functions (Lorenz Fiedler)
Learn to program a brain computer interface while having fun: trigger sounds and images with EEGsynth! (Stephen Whithmarsh)