Neuro-Engineering Workshop with EEG-focused Brainstorm Training 2020

Neuro-Engineering Workshop with EEG-focused Brainstorm Training is Postponed to Fall 2020 (Please See Announcment Page: Click Here).


Workshop Location: University of Kentucky, Dickey Hall (DH) Room 323, 251 Scott St, Lexington, KY 40508. To learn how to get around campus, please use Interactive Campus Map (
Parking: South Limestone Garage (Parking Structure #5): 409 S Limestone, Lexington, KY 40506.
The South Limestone Garage has an entrance and exit on South Limestone and on Upper Street. If your need accomodations for ADA parking, please contact Cassandra Rogers at

Organizer: Dr. Jihye Bae, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Kentucky.
Co-organizer: Dr. Yang Jiang, Associate Professor, Behavioral Science & Psychology, University of Kentucky.
Sponsors: University of Kentucky’s Office of the Vice President for Research & Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.

Target Audience: Undergraduate and graduate students, researchers, and faculty members who are interested in learning neural engineering including neural signal analysis and its applications. The Brainstorm training is targeted for any users interested in analyzing EEG/sEEG/MEG recordings using Brainstorm, and some experience with EEG/MEG is recommended.
The participants should bring their own laptop for the Brainstorm training.


TBD, Fall 2020

- Research Talks

  1. Dr. Aysegul Gunduz
    Associate Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida.
    UF Research Foundation Professor & Diversity Officer.
  2. Dr. Jing Xiang
    Associate Professor, UC Department of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
    Director of MEG Research, Division of Neurology.
  3. Dr. Aina Puce
    Eleanor Cox Riggs Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences,
    Indiana University Bloomington.

- EEG Recordings

  1. BrainVision LLC


TBD, Fall 2020

– Full Day Brainstorm Training

  1. Dr. Sylvain Baillet
    Associate Dean, Research, Faculty of Medicine, McGill University.Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery.
    Director of the magnetoencephalography (MEG) imaging core of The Neuro.
    Chair, TOSI Open Science Grassroots Initiatives Committee.
  2. Martin Cousineau
    Software Developer, Brainstorm.
    Researcher, Brain Imaging Center, McGill University.