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The Neuroscan School is a two-day course to be designed for students and researchers to provide with basics of EEG analysis and CURRY (Compumedics Neuroscan products). Assuming that participants have little knowledge and experience on EEG data acquisition, experiment, and analysis. This school will offer an opportunity to learn how to analyze multi-channel EEG analysis using CURRY and apply this technique to brain research. This school will be conducted by Compumedics Neuroscan's top research scientists and prominent scholars of EEG analysis.

Speakers

  *  Michael Wagner, Ph.D. Curry Senior Scientist, Compumedics Neuroscan

  *  Curtis Ponton, Ph.D. Curry Chief Scientist, Compumedics Neuroscan

  *  Jaeseung Jeong, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Bio and Brain Engineering, KAIST

 

Lecture

The Two-days course will consist of these lectures:

  * Data Acquisition
      - EEG data acquisition and live review

  * Signal processing
      - EEG data review
      - artifact detection and reduction
      - averaging and epoching
      - statistical analysis
      - EEG-fMRI artifact reduction

  * Source Analysis
      - noise estimation
      - PCA and ICA
      - dipole fit
      - current density analysis
      - MRI image processing
      - realistic head models
      - cortical source analysis
      - EEG-fMRI source analysis

 

Requierment

    - Laptop with Windows 7 or later (not MAC OS, Linux OS type).
    - A Wheel mouse
    - Lecture Material & Curry : Downloads

 

Poster

 

Previous CURRY Schools

          1st, CURRY School (2011)

          2nd, CURRY School (2012)

          3rd, CURRY School (2013)

          4th, Advanced Neuroscan School (2014)

          5th, Neuroscan School (2015)

          6th, Advanced Neuroscan School (2016)

 

 

   Sponsors

 

2011 Brain Dynamics Laboratory