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Brainstorm focusing on MEG

This Masterclass provides an introduction to Brainstorm presented by François Tadel. Brainstorm is an open-source application committed to the analysis of brain recordings (MEG, EEG, fNIRS, ECoG, depth electrodes and multiunit electrophysiology). Brainstorm’s objective is to share user-friendly tools with those using MEG/EEG as an experimental technique. Brainstorm is an approachable application that has an intuitive interface with no programming knowledge required. Following this introduction Masterclass, we aim to provide a deeper dive into Brainstorm’s capabilities at a later date.

François Tadel Bio:
Independent research engineer
Grenoble, France

François Tadel graduated with honors from the University of Technology of Compiegne (France) in 2005, as an engineer in software and human-machine interface design. He started developing software dedicated to EEG source localization in epilepsy at the University Hospital of Geneva (Switzerland). In 2007, he joined Sylvain Baillet at the Salpêtrière Hospital in Paris as a research engineer. Funded by the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm, CEA/Neurospin), his mission was to redesign the Brainstorm software. Since then, he has been leading the development of the Brainstorm project from different labs and with various collaborators, including the University of Southern California (2009-2011), McGill University (2011-2017) and Grenoble Alpes University (2017-2021). Currently consultant on NIH grant R01EB026299.

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*MEGIN does not endorse any applications or treatments mentioned at this event. TRIUX™ neo is intended to non-invasively locate regions of epileptic activity within the brain and, in conjunction with other diagnostic data, in neurosurgical planning. All other applications are research in nature.