[Mne_analysis] MNE Course in Paris Dec. 4 2013 (following inauguration of the MEG Center at the ICM Institute) -

Alexandre Gramfort alexandre.gramfort at telecom-paristech.fr
Thu Dec 5 16:13:25 EST 2013
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Hi list,

we had our full day hands-on training on MNE yesterday in Paris.

If you're curious the teaching material that we prepared with Denis
are available at:



On Tue, Oct 15, 2013 at 9:06 PM, Alexandre Gramfort
<alexandre.gramfort at telecom-paristech.fr> wrote:
> Dear colleagues,
> we would to take the opportunity of your presence in Paris for the
> inauguration of the
> MEG Center at ICM to invite you to attend a 1-day course on the MNE
> academic software.
> MNE is a free software package for processing magnetoencephalography
> (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG) data. It provides a full
> analysis pipeline from data preprocessing, forward modeling
> (leveraging the automatic anatomical segmentations provided by
> FreeSurfer), source imaging using distributed source models (MNE,
> dSPM, sLORETA, MxNE, Gamma-MAP), beamformers (LCMV, DICS,
> 5d-beamformer), as well as time-frequency analysis, non-parametric
> statistics, and connectivity measures for both sensor space and source
> space data.
> The most recent development efforts are on the open source MNE-Python
> package currently developed collaboratively in many labs (Harvard Med.
> School Martinos Center, CEA Neurospin, NYU, Univ. Washington, Juelich,
> Aalto university). MNE-Python is a script based library coming with
> dozens of examples ready to be copy-pasted.
> The website of MNE is : http://martinos.org/mne
> The examples gallery : http://martinos.org/mne/auto_examples/
> Mailing list: http://mail.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/mailman/listinfo/mne_analysis
> The course will take place close to the ICM at Telecom ParisTech on Dec. 4
> More information, detailed program and registration at:
> http://mne-training-session-paris.eventbrite.ca
> Registration is free on line but note that we will ask for 20€ in cash
> on the day
> of the course to cover for coffee break expenses and travel of one of the
> instructors (Denis Engemann from Juelich).
> Best regards,
> Alex of behalf of the MNE contributors
> --
> Alexandre Gramfort, PhD
> Assistant Professor,
> TSI, Telecom ParisTech,  CNRS LTCI
> 37-39 Rue Dareau, 75014 Paris, France
> http://alexandre.gramfort.net
> alexandre.gramfort at telecom-paristech.fr

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