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Covid-19: Postponed to july 2021

in Aix-en-Provence

Aix-Marseille University


Le Cube Université Aix-Marseille (AMU)

We are excited to welcome you to CuttingEEG in Aix-en-Provence the 5ft International Conference on cutting edge methods in clinical and cognitive neurophysiology research!

Discussions and Lectures

Plenary lectures will be opened to all attendees in the main auditorium of the Cube.

  • Challenging setups for cutting edge EEG/MEG research (Sara Jessen, Elena Boto, Maureen Clerc)
  • Source modeling for EEG and MEG  (Christophe Grova, Laura Astolfi, John Mosher)
  • Analysis of time-resolved stimulations (Edmund Lalor, Stéphanie Riès, Lucia Melloni)
  • Computational modeling : From neurons to  cognition (Alexandre Gramfort, Marieke Van Vugt, Stéphanie Jones by video-conf)


This year CuttingEEG will inaugurate a new framework for the poster session to launch novel perspectives for participants, promote good practices and encourage open science. You will be able to register your abstract in one of three categories depending on the progression stage of your work (i.e. Planned study, Collected data or Analyzed data). More information on the poster page.

Hands-on tutorials

Small-group hands-on tutorial sessions will be offered. Please apply for your preferred sessions at registration. Be quick! the space is limited!

  • BIDS datasets with MNE-Python and MNE-BIDS : conversion and analysis (Alex Gramfort)
  • EEGLAB and LIMO: Hierarchical General Linear Modeling and Robust Statistics for EEG (Arnaud Delorme)
  • Analyzing combined eye-tracking/EEG data (Olaf Dimigen)
  • Brainstorm : New FEM pipeline for head modeling in EEG (Francois Tadel)
  • Human Neocortical Neurosolver (HNN)  (TBA)
  • Encoding and Decoding Models of EEG Responses to Natural Speech (Edmund Lalor)
  • Introduction to model-based EEG analysis with drift diffusion model (Marieke Van Vugt)
  • Contributing to reproducible science with git and github (David Meunier)
  • NeuroPycon [Linux/Mac users] (An open-source Python toolbox for fast multi-modal and reproducible brain connectivity pipelines) (Annalisa Pascarella, David Meunier)
  • Simulating Event-related EEG Activity using SEREEGA (Laurens R. Krol)
  • Fieldtrip (TBA)
  • OpenViBE: an open-source software platform for Brain-Computer Interfaces (Marie-Constance Corsi)

The event is postponed to July 2021

More information will be send to the mailing list by the end of 2020

Preliminary program

Speakers and Instructors

Edmund Lalor

University of Rochester (USA)

Marieke Van Vugt

University of Groningen

Arnaud Delorme

Paul Sabatier University (France)

Sarah Jessen

Inria & ICM (France)

Elena Boto

University of Nottingham (UK)

Maureen Clerc

Inria Sophia Antipolis (France)

Christophe Grova

 Concordia Univ. (Canada)

Laura Astolfi

Rome University (Italy)

John Mosher

University of Texas (USA)


Stephanie Riès

San Diego State Univ. (USA)

Lucia Melloni

Max Planck Institute  (Germany)

David Meunier

AMU (France)

Laurens R. Krol

Technische Univ. Berlin (Germany)

François Tadel

McGill University (Canada)

Alexandre Gramfort

Telecom ParisTech / INIRA (France)

AnnaLisa Pascarella

IAC CNR (Italy)

Olaf Dimigen

HU Berlin (Germany)

Stephanie R. Jones

Brown University (USA)

Marie Constance Corsi

Aramis lab, ICM (France)

Organizing team

Anne-Sophie Dubarry

Université Aix-Marseille (France)

Principal organizer

Clément François

Université Aix-Marseille (France)

Principal organizer

Maximilien Chaumon

ICM / CENIR (France)

Founder and organizer

Deirdre Bolger

Université Aix-Marseille (France)

Hands-on minister

Manuel Mercier

Université Aix-Marseille (France)

Posters minister

Adrien Schramm

Impulse Science

Independent Event Organizer