Friday 14th (workshop day)
11-18 DLC workshop/ multimodal recordings
+ evening activities
Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th
9-19 Lectures, Symposia, Poster Sessions
+ evening activities
9-18 Lectures, Symposia, Poster Sessions
DeepLabCut is an open-source toolbox code based on machine learning enabling precise tracking of user-defined landmarks in videos. It has mainly been applied in animal research (e.g. fruit flies, zebrafish, mice) but has also already been used for tracking human movements, e.g. in sports or pathologic conditions. The toolbox is easy to use, including a full graphical user interface for those not familiar with coding. For more information please check the website.
During the workshop you will:
- learn about recent applications of DLC, e.g. tracking multiple animals and resolving social interactions;
- explore cloud-based environment for labelling and analysis example videos;
- troubleshoot your own data with DLC expert;
The workshop is open for DLC users at any stage of experience (want-to-use, beginners, profis) for intensifying the exchange among local users.
The workshop will be led by one of the main developers of DLC, Jessy Lauer.
By applying different neuroscientific research methods, you can shed light on different aspects of your scientific questions. Combining multiple methods in simultaneous recordings may thereby give you additional, valuable insights. However, you may also experience that the setup and the temporal alignment of multimodal recordings can be challenging!
In our workshop, sponsored by Elmiko Biosignals and the Brain Products Academy, our experts will show you how you can combine EEG recordings with other modalities, and how this may benefit your research. We will discuss a variety of examples, such as the combination of EEG with fMRI, fNIRS, TMS or other physiological measures. In a practical part, we will show you a setup for simultaneous EEG-Eye Tracking as an example. During the workshop, we want to point out crucial points for the planning of such combined measurements that will guide you to a successful setup and data analysis. If you participate, you will to profit of useful tips and insights, get the chance to discuss your own questions with us, and you may get inspired with new ideas for your own EEG research!