Presenting & hosting workshops at the EEGLAB 2018 Workshop held at UCSD
We were delighted to participate in presenting at and/or hosting several sessions and workshops at the EEGLAB 2018 Workshop organized by the Swartz Center for Computational Neuroscience at the University of California San Diego on November 8-12.
The program included four different tracks where students could learn about various EEG processing tools and methods. Lectures and workshops included Brain-Computer Interface and Informative Feature Analysis Methods, and Multimodal Data Collection and Analysis: Lab Streaming Layer, by Intheon CTO Christian Kothe, and a series onModeling Source-Resolved Information Flow by Intheon CEO Tim Mullen. Lecture slides are available on the SCCN website here.
Christian Kothe (principal Lab Streaming Layer developer) also hosted a Hands-On Lab Streaming Layer Workshop alongside the EEGLAB Workshop, in collaboration with SCCN, demonstrating use of LSL and the associated Extensible Data Format (XDF). Out-of-the-box compatibility with LSL is one of the key features of the Neuropype signal processing suite, making it easy to exchange signal data with an increasing number of devices which support the protocol.
Image at top of page: Intheon CTO, Christian Kothe, speaking on the origin and architecture of the Lab Streaming Layer project at the first Hands-on LSL Workshop at SCCN