Brain-Computer Interfacing in 2011
What is this? A two-day symposium on Brain-Computer Interfacing
When and Where? Utrecht, Netherlands, May 20&21, 2011
By Whom? UMC Utrecht/Rudolf Magnus Institute and the BrainGain Consortium
For Whom? Anyone interested in:
  • Human Brain Function
  • Interfacing with the human brain and mind
  • Developing solutions for paralyzed patients

Who speaks? Brendan Allison, Bernhard Graimann, Eberhard Fetz, Beata Jarosiewicz, Jean-Philippe Lachaux, Eric Leuthardt, Phil Kennedy, Christa Neuper, Nick Ramsey, Gerwin Schalk, Bill Shain, Andrew Schwartz, Jonathan Wolpaw

For more information, please visit www.bci2011.eu

The 8th BCI2000 workshop

What is this? A two-day workshop on Brain-Computer Interfacing and BCI2000
When and Where? Utrecht, Netherlands, May 18&19, 2011
By Whom? UMC Utrecht/Rudolf Magnus Institute and BCI2000
For Whom? Anyone interested in:
  • Human Brain Function
  • Interfacing with the human brain and mind
  • Developing solutions for paralyzed patients
Program: Lectures that describe relevant technical aspects of the BCI2000 system including implementation with C++, Matlab, Fieldtrip or Python.
Hands‐on practical tutorials where participants use BCI systems to control a cursor on a computer screen and to spell words just by thinking.
Exercises, in which participants build and configure a BCI with their own signal processing methods, applications, or assistive devices.

For more information, please visit www.bci2011.eu

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