An ERP and EEG mini bootcamp will be will be offered on September 14-16 (Friday through Sunday) at the Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD.
On Saturday and Sunday (9/15 and 9/16), I will be presenting an ERP mini-bootcamp. This two-day course introduces researchers of professional level to the Event-Related Potential technique that has been used in psychological and cognitive research for decades. The bootcamp is intended for researcher who have little or moderate ERP experience. An example of a schedule can be found at http://erpinfo.org/the-erp-bootcamp/Example%202-day%20schedule.pdf. We are delighted to bring this exceptional educational experience to the Baltimore/DC area.
In addition, several people requested that we provide a similar experience for researchers interested in other experimental uses of the EEG. On Friday, (9/14), local experts will speak about EEG research methods, including event-related synchronization/desynchronization, EEG-based connectivity measures, filtering techniques, BCI/single-trial analysis methods, filtering techniques, and clinical EEG analysis.
Registration is for all three days and will be $250. For details and registration procedures, see http://www.kennedykrieger.org/overview/event/erp-and-eeg-mini-boot-camp . Please contact Josh Ewen (email@example.com) with any questions.