LiveMEEG

October 5-7, 2020 – Remote event

Best scientific practices

Aix en Provence

Postponed to July 2021

Paris, ICM

December 3-5, 2019

ABOUT

Cutting-edge methods for EEG/MEG

The CuttingEEG association aims to support the dissemination of the most innovative, cutting-edge methods for EEG and MEG research on cognition. It was founded to support the organisation of the CuttingEEG forums and PracticalMEEG workshops.

We promote cutting-edge methodology for EEG and MEG research in the largest sense:

        • Computational and statistical methods and tools
        • Hardware for in- and out-of-the-lab experimentation
        • State-of-the-art procedures for improved statistical power and data quality
        • Connection between private and public sectors of innovation

OUR EVENTS

CuttingEEG conference

While technological and methodological developments are liberating, they bring about challenges: EEG and MEG researchers must choose from a plethora of analysis frameworks. They often have to implement some analyses by themselves, and need to keep up with a continous flow of new methods that regularly completely change ways of looking at the data. Put simply: EEG and MEG research in the present age requires a high level of mathematical, statistical, and programming skills, as well as the ability to regularly update these skills.

The CuttingEEG event was created to accompany researchers willing to keep up with the flow of new methods. It consist of a 3 to 4 days forum of conferences, workshops, demonstrations which brings together users and methods developers to promote state-of-the-art analysis techniques and support applied innovation in EEG research for the lab and the clinic.

2014
– Berlin –

2015
– Berlin –

2017
– Glasgow –

2018
– Paris –

2020
– Aix-en-Provence –
Postponed to 2021

LiveMEEG

LiveMEEG is an online conference developed to overcome some limitations of physical events. While virtual conferences can’t fully replace traditional ones, they carry several advantages (on top of being a necessary sanitary mean in pandemic context). First, virtual events allow the access to a broader audience regardless of the financial situation of the participants, their age, their gender, their professional commitments, their familial constraints or local political restrictions. Second, the digital tools allow to create an environment with more objective interactions: the audience can vote for the most pertinent questions and participants can directly exchange with the speakers. Last but not least, remote conferences have a much lower ecological footprint. 

This first edition will occur October 5th to 7th 2020 and will be dedicated to the Best scientific practices for EEG and MEG research. A topic of paramount importance for both new and confirmed researchers, students, engineers, post-docs. If you wish to contribute please fill this call for communications (a dedicated website with more information will be coming soon).

2020
– Online –

PracticalMEEG

PracticalMEEG aims at providing an intensive several-days training to MEG and EEG analysts. It will provide its attendees with the ability to create a full analysis pipeline with exemplar (or their own) data in one or several of three leading software packages dedicated to MEG and EEG analysis (Brainstorm, FieldTrip and MNE-python). On demand, we hope to provide attendees with the opportunity to bridge across toolboxes and weave their own complex multisoftware pipeline.

2019
– Paris –

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