BESA Announces a new EEG Workshop
BESA, the Brain Electrical Source Analysis software, is one of the most widely used tools in EEG research. It offers a range of features, from basic ERP analysis to advanced source imaging, connectivity analysis, and cluster permutation statistics. However, with such a vast array of capabilities, it can be challenging to master all aspects of the software. That's why the BESA team is hosting a three-day workshop in Munich, Germany, from June 19-21, 2023, catering to users of all skill levels.
Whether you're an experienced researcher or just starting with EEG, this workshop promises to be a valuable learning experience. Each workshop day can be booked separately, so you can choose the program customised to your needs.
Day 1: Getting Started, ERP, Discrete Source Analysis, Source Montages
The introductory day is perfect for users who are new to BESA or have limited experience. The day's program covers topics such as data review and preprocessing, basic artifact correction, and ERP and peak finding. The afternoon session includes discrete source analysis, source montages, and a Q&A session.
Day 2: EEG-MRI Co-registration, Source Imaging, Beamformers
The second day is focused on advanced source imaging techniques. Attendees will learn about EEG-MRI co-registration, realistic head models, distributed source analysis, and brain atlases. The afternoon session includes beamformers and virtual sensor montages.
Day 3: Advanced Artifact Correction, Brain Connectivity, and Statistics
The third day covers advanced topics such as EEG-fMRI processing, time-frequency analysis, and brain connectivity. Attendees will learn about advanced artifact correction techniques, multi-subject analysis, and cross-subject statistics.
Each workshop day runs from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (GMT + 2, CEST). The cost of each workshop day is €100, with a 50% student reduction. Attendees can choose to attend any or all of the workshop days, depending on their needs.
The BESA workshop is an excellent opportunity for EEG researchers to expand their knowledge and skills. With sessions catered to users of all levels, attendees can learn at their own pace and focus on the topics most relevant to their research. Plus, the workshop takes place in Munich, a beautiful city with a rich history and culture, making it a great learning destination. If you're interested in attending the workshop, be sure to register soon as spots are limited.