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2021 Virtual EEGLAB Workshop

From June 14 to June 18, the 30th EEGLAB workshop will be held online in a virtual brain conference site on GatherTown. The first day will be free for all and will feature lectures and social events. The workshop will feature lectures on how to process data using EEGLAB, including scripting and the use of multiple plug-ins. Parallel sessions will discuss specific topics, particularly wearable EEG, deep learning and EEG, connectivity analysis, and EEG.

REGISTRATION is now OPEN .

Register for the free first day session, Monday June 14 here.

Register for the workshop sessions, Tuesday-Friday June 15-18th here. Note: You must register twice, once for June 14th and once for June 15-18th, if you want to attend the whole event.

We are looking forward to meeting you online …

Below is a still-provisional program for the 2021 Virtual EEGLAB Workshop (suggestions/requests welcome). The workshop will be held online, with social networking possible in the GatherTown environment. All hours are shown in Pacific Daylight Savings Time (PDT), and, in parentheses, Central European Summer Time (CEST). The time has been arranged to accommodate North and South American as well as Western European and African time zone waking hours. ‘Night owl’ participants from elsewhere are welcome as well. A later event will be planned to better accommodate Asian time zones.

Note: Gather.town has a free public sample site for learning how to get around, attend events, and meet people in Gather.town - we highly recommend you try out their live walkthrough before the Workshop begins.

Monday, June 14th (open to all; free registration required)

PDT 6:30am – 7:00 (CEST 15:30-16:00) – Registration open; come explore the workshop Gather.Town site. Hang out and socialize with new and old friends …

PDT 7:00am – 7:55 (16:00-16:55) – Gather in the workshop Gather.Town site. Meet the tutors.

PDT 7:00am – 7:45 (16:00-16:45) – Basic elements of scripting with EEGLAB on MATLAB (for beginners; Clement Lee)

PDT 8:00am – 9:10 (17:00-18:10) – Mining event-related brain dynamics I (Scott Makeig)

PDT 9:15am – 10:00 (18:15-19:00) – What's new in EEGLAB? (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 10:00am - 11:00 (19:00-20:00) - Parallel participant poster presentations in the Poster Hall. Note: You must register for the whole workshop to present a poster.

PDT 11:00am - 12:45 (20:00-21:45) - Advanced Topics

Parallel session 1 - Analysis of 'wearable' acquired EEG data

PDT 11:00-11:30 (20:00-20:30) - Review of wearable EEG devices (Cedric Cannard)

PDT 11:30-12:15 (20:30-21:15) - Wearable EEG, practical applications (Tzyy Ping Jung)

PDT 12:15-12:45 (21:15-21:45) - Mobile Brain/Body Imaging (MoBI) (John Iversen)

Parallel session 2 - HED3 and BIDS

PDT 11:00-11:30 (20:00-20:30) - What are the Brain Imaging Data Standards (BIDS)? (Cyril Pernet)

PDT 11:30-12:00 (20:30-21:00) - Using Hierarchical Event Descriptors in the new HED-3 format with BIDS (Scott Makeig & Kay Robbins)

PDT 12:00-12:45 (21:00-21:45) - The EEGLAB BIDS data I/O plug-in (Dung Truong & Arnaud Delorme)

Parallel session 3 (reserved for sponsors; TBD)

Tuesday, June 15th (paid registration required)

PDT 7:00am – 7:45 (16:00-16:45) – EEGLAB data import and 'bad'data visualization (Johanna Wagner)

PDT 8:00am – 9:00 (17:00-18:00) – Time-frequency decomposition: Theory (John Iversen)

PDT 9:00am – 10:00 (18:00-19:00) – ICA theory (Jason Palmer)

PDT 10:00am – 10:30 (19:00-19:30) – Social time/process your own data. Tutors available for Q&A

PDT 10:30am - 12:45 (19:30-21:45) - Advanced Topics

Parallel session 1 - Time-frequency and connectivity analysis

PDT 10:30- 11:30 (19:30-20:30) - Time-frequency practicum in EEGLAB (John Iversen)

PDT 11:30- 12:00 (20:30-21:00) - PACTools Plug-in: Phase/amplitude coherence (PAC) tools (Ramon Martinez Cancino)

PDT 12:00- 12:45 (21:00-21:45) - PowPowCAT Plug-in (Makoto Myakoshi)

Parallel session 2 - Lab Streaming Layer (LSL) for multimodal data collection

PDT 10:00-10:15 (19:00-19:15) - Basics of collecting data using LSL (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 10:15-11:00 (19:15-20:00) - The LSL time synchronization protocol and XDF format (Christian Kothe)

PDT 11:00-11:45 (20:00-20:45) - Practical applications of LSL (Tim Mullen)

PDT 12:00- 12:45 (21:00-21:45) - Using BCILAB with LSL (Christian Kothe)

Parallel session 3 (reserved for sponsors; TBD)

Wednesday, June 16th (paid registration required)

PDT 7:00am – 7:45 (16:00-16:45) – ICA decomposition practicum (Johanna Wagner)

PDT 8:00am – 9:00 PDT (17:00-18:00) – Forward and inverse models (Zeynep Aakalin Acar)

PDT 9:00am – 10:00 PDT (18:00-19:00) – EEG connectivity analysis (Tim Mullen)

PDT 10:00am – 10:30 (17:00-18:00) – Social time/process your own data. Tutors available for Q&A.

PDT 10:30am - 12:45 (19:30-21:45) - Advanced Topics

Parallel session 1 (NFT/NIST forward head model & inverse source localization plug-in)

PDT 10:30-11:00 (19:30-20:00) - Introduction to the NFT/NIST plug-ins (Zeynep Aakalin Acar)

PDT 11:00-12:45 (20:00-21:45) - NFT/NIST demo and practicum (Zeynep Aakalin Acar)

Parallel session 2 - Connectivity analysis

PDT 10:30- 11:00 (19:30-20:00) - DIPFIT and ROIconnect plug-in (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 11:00-11:45 (20:00-20:45) - Connectivity analysis in SIFT (Tim Mullen)

PDT 11:45-12:45 (20:45-21:45) - SIFT practicum (Tim Mullen)

Parallel session 3 (reserved for sponsors; TBD)

Thursday, June 17th (paid registration required)

PDT 7:00am – 7:45 (16:00-16:45) – ICA clustering practicum practicum (Julie Onton)

PDT 8:00am - 9:00 (17:00-18:00) – EEGLAB group analysis (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 9:00am - 10:00 (18:00-19:00) – Overview of bootstrap statistics and correction for multiple comparisons (Cyril Pernet)

PDT 10:00am – 10:30 (19:00-19:30) – Social time/process your own data. Tutors available for Q&A.

PDT 10:30am - 12:45 (19:00-19:30) - Advanced Topics

Parallel session 1 - Linear statistical modeling of EEG data

PDT 10:30-11:00 (19:30-20:00) - Introduction to linear modeling (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 11:00-11:30 (20:00-20:30) - Estimating statistics using linear modeling (Cyril Pernet)

PDT 11:30-12:45 (20:30-21:45) - EEGLAB LIMO plug-in practicum (Cyril Pernet & Arnaud Delorme)

Parallel session 2 - Advanced ICA analysis

PDT 10:30-11:15 (19:30-20:15) - AMICA and AMICA Tools (Scott Makeig & Jason Palmer)

PDT 11:15-11:45 (20:15-20:45) - IMAT: Independent Modulator Analysis plug-in (Johanna Wagner & Julie Onton)

PDT 11:45-12:45 (20:45-21:45) - ICA reliability analysis (Fiorenzo Artoni)

Parallel session 3 - (reserved for sponsors; TBD)

Friday, June 18th (paid registration required)

PDT 7:00am – 7:45 (16:00-16:45) – Process your own data. Tutors available for Q&A.

PDT 8:00am – 9:30 (17:00-18:30) – Mining event-related brain dynamics II (Scott Makeig)

PDT 9:30am – 10:00 (18:30-19:00) – Deep learning for EEG - the HBN benchmark dataset (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 10:00am – 10:30 (19:00-19:30) – Social time/process your own data. Tutors available for Q&A.

PDT 10:30am - 12:45 (19:30-21:45) - Advanced Topics

Parallel session 1 - Group analysis, pipelines, and scripting in EEGLAB

PDT 10:30-11:00 (19:30-20:00) - Creating an EEGLAB STUDY (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 11:00-11:45 (20:00-20:45) - Working with EEGLAB studies practicum (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 11:45-12:15 (20:45-21:15) - Scripting with EEGLAB studies practicum (Arnaud Delorme)

PDT 12:15-12:45 (21:15-21:45) - Using the Neuroscience Gateway (nsgportal.org) for high-performance computing portal (Arnaud Delorme)

Parallel session 2 (automated artifact rejection)

PDT 10:30-11:00 (19:30-20:00) - The clean_rawdata plug-in and Artifact Subspace reconstruction (Christian Kothe)

PDT 11:00-11:20 (20:00-20:20) - ASR performance analysis I (Fiorenzo Artoni)

PDT 11:20-11:40 (20:20-20:40) - ASR performance analysis II (Tzyy Ping Jung)

11:40-12:45 (20:40-21:45) - The ICLabel plug-in for labeling artifactual components (Luca Pion Tonachini)

Parallel session 3 - (reserved for sponsors; TBD)

PDT 1:00pm – 1:45 (22:00-22:45) – Participant presentations and general discussion (All)

PDT 1:45pm – 2:00 (22:45-23:00) – Close