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Tutorial: MNE-Python for processing M/EEG signals

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Hands-on session on MNE-Python with Alexandre Gramfort.

September 17th, 2019

5th floor, Via Dodecaneso 35, 16146 Genova, Italy


The event consists of six hours of programming session using MNE-Python software. The event is divided in two parts, a morning session, starting at 9:30am and the afternoon session, from 2:30pm. Both sessions lasts 3 hours.

THE EVENT IS FREE.

Before attending the event, be sure to satisfy the requirements specified below

install MNE-Python https://mne.tools/stable/install_mne_python.html

fill the form https://forms.gle/83nmN8rgw3LBoRZi9

and please come a with fully charged pc, the number of plugs is limited



Thank you!


Bio: Alexandre Gramfort is senior researcher in the Parietal Team at INRIA Saclay Research Center and CEA Neurospin since 2017. He was formerly Assistant Professor at Telecom ParisTech, Université Paris-Saclay, in the image and signal processing department. His field of expertise is statistical machine learning, signal processing and scientific computing applied primarily to functional brain imaging data (EEG, MEG, fMRI). His work is strongly interdisciplinary at the interface with statistics, computer science, software engineering and neuroscience. He is known for his work on the scikit-learn open source software that he contributed to write since 2010 at Inria, as well as the MNE-Python software that he started while at Harvard in 2011. In 2015, he was awarded a Starting Grant by the European Research Council (ERC).


This event is generously supported by the grant “Advancing of non-invasive procedures for the support of early diagnosis of partial epilepsies”, funded by Compagnia di San Paolo.

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