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Neuroscan Education Opportunities
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>> CURRY 7 Webinars 

>> International Neuroscan Courses

>> Virtual Neuroscan Schools


>> Neuroscan CURRY7 Webinars
For three years, the R&D soft­ware engi­neer­ing team in Hamburg, Germany completely over­hauled the Neuroscan soft­ware, extract­ing and assess­ing func­tion­al­ity, culmi­nat­ing in the CURRY/Scan Neuroimag­ing Suite. This soft­ware, engi­neered on the Curry archi­tec­tural plat­form, inte­grates the SCAN soft­ware func­tion­al­ity, includ­ing data acqui­si­tion, into one modu­lar pack­age — CURRY 7. All of the crit­i­cal func­tion­al­ity of SCAN has been incor­po­rated into CURRY 7, plus many addi­tional features that were not possi­ble using the SCAN platform.
We are very excited about the advance­ments contained in Curry 7; but a writ­ten descrip­tion does not do justice to the new capa­bil­i­ties. We think you will be very impressed by the speed and ease of oper­a­tion that only a live demo can convey.
Compumedics Neuroscan will be conduct­ing monthly 45/15 minute question/answer webi­nars outlin­ing the func­tion­al­ity of Curry 7. The first webinar(s) in August will provide and overview of Curry 7 func­tion­al­ity. Subse­quent webi­nars will focus on topics listed below.
Check the sched­ule below and regis­ter here for this FREE CURRY 7 SEMINAR SERIES. 
Stay tuned for the 2013 Webinar Schedule. 
Curry Data Acqui­si­tion Module
– Exam­ples of online dynam­i­cally modi­fi­able arti­fact suppres­sion, filter­ing and event/response aver­ag­ing
–Illus­tra­tion of recon­fig­urable data display windows includ­ing real-time subtrac­tion of evoked response aver­ages to differ­ent stim­u­lus events or responses.
– Illus­tra­tion of online suppres­sion of fMRI gradi­ent arti­fact & BCG
Curry Signal Process­ing Module
– Illus­tra­tion of data manage­ment via Curry inte­grated data­base
– Coher­ence analy­sis using sensor/electrode & source wave­forms
– PCA & ICA analy­sis. time & frequency domain analy­sis
– Illus­tra­tion of inte­grated statis­tics module for indi­vid­ual or group ERP analysis
Curry Source Recon­struc­tion Module
– Dipole analy­sis
– Current density recon­struc­tion
– Exam­ples based on spher­i­cal shell models & pre-computed real­is­tic volume conduc­tor models
–Exam­ples of CDR analy­sis are includ­ing sLORETA, and SWARM
Inte­grated Work­flow
– Context-dependent work­flows
– Macro/Batch process­ing of data
Export/Import to Matlab™ 
– Curry provides export/import capa­bil­i­ties to Matlab™ through­out all modules of the package.

>> International Neuroscan Courses

* See School Schedule on the right

The Neuroscan School is a five-day course for individuals with moderate to advanced levels of expertise with Compumedics Neuroscan products and with a specific interest in simultaneous acquisition of EEG. Basic knowledge of data acquisition and experiment creation is assumed.

The school will be conducted in English by Compumedics Neuroscan’s staff.

The five day course will be broken up into:

CURRY EEG Aquistion (Day 1)

  • Neuroscan system integration and overview
  • Electro-Physiological Amplifiers
  • Electrodes and Transducers
  • QuikCell demo
  • Data acquistion (Live)
  • Data processing
  • Data analysis
  • MagLink system introduction
  • MagLink gradient artifact removal
  • MagLink ballistocardiogram artifact correction

CURRY Signal Processing (Days 2 and 3)

  • Data Base Organization
  • Acquisition parameters I
  • Acquisition parameters II
  • Analysis session I
  • Analysis session II
  • Multifile/Macro Processing
  • Basic Frequency Domain Analysis
  • Coherence Analysis
  • General discussion of issues

CURRY Source Analysis and multimodal integration (Days 4 and 5)

  • The last two days dipole modeling and source reconstruction using CURRY
  • Introduction to Source Analysis with CURRY
  • Analysis of Simulated Data and Epileptic Spike Data
  • Three Anatomical Data Sets and an Implanted ECoG Grid
  • fMRI-constrained Source Analysis
  • Combined MEG/EEG-Source Analysis
  • On Day 5, students are encouraged to bring their own data for analysis

Contact - Should you have any questions, please contact marketing@compumedics.com.au

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>> Virtual Neuroscan Schools

>> Email marketing@compumedics.com.au to register your interest.

Save time and money when Compumedics brings the classroom to you with the Neuroscan Virtual Scan School - wherever in the world you are!

Using web-based technology, your computer, internet connection and VOIP (voice over internet protocol) or an independent phone line, you can join the Compumedics Neuroscan live Virtual Scan School.

The Virtual Scan School will cover all elements of the Compumedics Neuroscan Basic Scan Course which includes the following areas:

- Introduction to Amplifiers and Hardware
- SCAN Acquisition
- SCAN Analysis
- Batch Processing

Those who register to participate in the Compumedics Neuroscan "Virtual Scan School" can have their specific needs addressed by sending in questions, issues or topics prior to the course.
It is assumed all participants are users of and have access to, Compumedics Neuroscan software to work with after the training.

One Group = 1 log-in

Pricing will be charged per log-in and this allows multiple users at one location to be present at the training. So get your group together* to have access to this Compumedics Neuroscan Virtual Scan School, at one location and pay only one low fee!

* we recommend a maximum of 3 or 4 participants at one location to get the most out of the training

For queries regarding the "Virtual Scan School"  please email marketing@compumedics.com.au

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>> European Compumedics Neuroscan School 
For more information on Neuroscan schools in Europe, please contact :  ingridmerten@compumedics.com

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