The 2nd international OpenViBE workshop 2016 contents

A satellite event of the international BCI meeting 2016

Asilomar conference grounds, CA, USA, May 30th, 2016

Objective:

OpenViBE (http://openvibe.inria.fr) is a software platform dedicated to designing, testing and using brain-computer interfaces (BCI). It can be used to acquire, filter, process, classify and visualize brain signals in real time. Seven years after its first official release (the OpenViBE project started in 2006 and the first version of the software was released in 2009), OpenViBE now appears to be used by multiple people and laboratories all over the world and has become a major BCI platform. After the first international OpenViBE workshop in 2014, in Graz, as a satellite event of the International BCI conference, this second workshop will be a new opportunity for the OpenViBE community to meet, exchange and further collaborate. This workshop will consist of a mix of tutorials, scientific presentations and discussions between users, targeted at both beginners who want to discover OpenViBE or people already using OpenViBE who would like to learn more about the software and its numerous possibilities.

Registration:

Registration is free but requested due to limited space. For registration, please fill out the form available at this link. Don’t hesitate to also let us know how much you know about OpenViBE and what you would like to learn.

Organizers:

Inria (French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control, www.inria.fr), Mensia Technologies (www.mensiatech.com)

Venue:

Asilomar Conference grounds
Monterey Peninsula
California, USA
(same place as the International BCI meeting)
More details

Room Kiln (see map there: http://www.visitasilomar.com/media/330395/asilomar-grounds-map.pdf)

Program:

Morning (9 am) – for OpenViBE beginners, willing to discover the software

 

Lunch break (12noon-1:pm)

  • Note: lunch is not provided. Participants are free to go wherever is convenient for them to get a meal. For instance, the Asilomar conference grounds provide lunch tickets. If you booked a room with the Asilomar conference grounds from sunday to monday, you can have lunch at the conference grounds restaurant (it is included in your booking)

 

Afternoon (1pm) – for OpenViBE users and people who want to learn more and do more with the software

 

 

    • 2:15pm-2:45pm: Coffee Break

 

 

 

Industrial Booths: Participants will get the chance to get to know various EEG devices, from 3 different companies, that are compatible with OpenViBE. These are:

Targeted Audience: People interested in discovering or/and exchanging on the OpenViBE software, beginners in BCI use and OpenViBE (Morning), current and future users of OpenViBE (Afternoon), programmers (Afternoon)

 

Organizing committee:

  • Fabien Lotte, Research Scientist, Inria Bordeaux Sud-Ouest
  • Camille Jeunet, PhD Candidate, University of Bordeaux
  • Jérémy Frey, Post-Doc, University of Bordeaux
  • Anatole Lécuyer, Senior Research Scientist, Inria Rennes Bretagne-Atlantique
  • Laurent Bougrain, Associate Professor, Inria Nancy Grand-Est / Lorraine University
  • Sébastien Rimbert, PhD candidate, University of Lorraine
  • Cecilia Lindig-León, PhD candidate, University of Lorraine
  • Maureen Clerc, Senior Research Scientist, Inria Sophia-Antipolis
  • Jussi Lindgren, Expert Engineer, Inria Rennes Bretagne-Atlantique
  • Louis Mayaud, Research Director, Mensia Technologies
  • David Ojeda, R&D Engineer, Mensia Technologies

 

Contact: for questions, etc – openvibe-workshop@inria.fr

 

 

Workshop photos

 

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