Registration is open for our Brain Products Academy workshop: “Handling scanner related artifacts in EEG-fMRI studies”

We’re excited to announce that we will again offer our Brain Products Academy workshop on “Handling scanner related artifacts in EEG-fMRI studies” on April 17, 2024. This online workshop will guide you through the topics essential to removing scanner-related artifacts from your EEG data. The workshop is designed for researchers new to this topic and those who already have some experience with EEG-fMRI and would like to consolidate their existing knowledge. Registration is now open.

What will you learn?

  • The origin and nature of scanner related artifacts
  • How the recording environment can influence the data
  • How to inspect data for scanner related artifact
  • The correction methods available
  • Hands-on application of these methods in Analyzer 2
  • An introduction to the BrainVision Analyzer 2 software to facilitate the hands-on sessions using Analyzer

Why attend?

Firstly, expert teachers will guide you:

  • Tracy Warbrick, our Head of Educational and Scientific Communication, will present an introduction to the BrainVision Analyzer software.
  • Our two Application Specialists for EEG-fMRI: Tracy Warbrick and Cilia Jaeger will teach handling scanner-related artifacts

Secondly, it’s an interactive experience:

  • The data handling parts of the programme will be interactive. Attendees can click along with the data processing in Analyzer to gain experience in navigating the software.
  • Attendee numbers will be limited. In this way, we can work in a small group to allow plenty of support from the workshop teachers and to encourage questions from attendees.

Finally, you’ll get great supporting material:

  • We will provide a demo data set
  • All attendees will receive a demo software license
  • A workshop booklet will support this online workshop
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