This course is for PhD students who have or want to plan an EEG data collection with the aim of analysing the collected data using functional connectivity methods. The first two days, devoted exclusively to functional connectivity activities, are complemented by a day with short talks on EEG methodologies used in different clinical contexts.
The course has a primary objective of promoting the consolidation of knowledge related to functional connectivity analysis procedures applied to the EEG signal. To achieve this goal, the course follows a bottom-up structure, aiming to address the specific research needs of the participants. Through engaging with experts during the various activities provided, participants gain valuable insights for designing an appropriate data analysis tailored to their own ongoing or future projects.
Considering the context, it is crucial for prospective participants of this course to possess the ability to articulate research hypotheses concerning the EEG data they currently possess or the research project they intend to establish. To ensure adherence to this prerequisite, we kindly request individuals interested in enrolling to complete the following questionnaire (https://sphinx2.unil.ch/index.php/431239?lang=en) and submit it by the 30/09/2023. The information provided through this form will serve two purposes: firstly, to guarantee that all participants come with their own research objectives, and secondly, to tailor the proposed activities on Monday 6.11 and Tuesday 7.11 accordingly. This will enable us to align the course content with the specific needs and interests of each attendee.