The pre-conference day will include two workshops and two keynote talks. The main workshop by Alexandre Gramfort will focus on recent additions in MNE-Python. In addition, we will present our custom-made GUI for MNE-Python called Meggie. The keynote talks will be delivered by Dr. Gramfort and Dr. Aapo Hyvärinen. In the end of the day, we will have a welcome reception offered by the city of Jyväskylä.

Wed 8th May (workshop day)

Location: Ruusupuisto building, Helena hall (Alvar Aallon katu 9)
8.30  Registration starts (Ruusupuisto lobby)
9:00  MNE-Python workshop (Alex Gramfort with Marijn van Vliet, Britta Westner)

12:00 Lunch break

13:00 Meggie workshop (Erkka Heinilä, Simo Monto)

15:00 Coffee break

15:30 Keynote: Aapo Hyvärinen:  "Deep learning and neuroimaging"

16:15 - 17:00 Keynote: Alexandre Gramfort:  "How can non-linear machine learning and signal

                                                                        models reveal new insights on neural oscillations"

19:00 Jyväskylä City Hall reception (address: Vapaudenkatu 32)

Instructions for workshop participants

Installation instructions for Meggie and MNE-Python

Instructions for Meggie workshop

Participants will bring their own computers. The computer should have a working copy of MNE Python software and the Meggie software, plus the training data. Installation and download instructions can be found in the link above.

The workshop site has Wi-Fi connections, including Eduroam.