[visionlist] [ecvp-2017] ECVP 2017 in Berlin: Satellite Tutorials

Dear
colleagues,

It is our pleasure to announce that ECVP 2017
in Berlin will feature satellite tutorials on various topics in
vision science on Sunday afternoon right before the opening of
ECVP.

Thanks to our volunteer instructors we are proud to
offer tutorials on the following topics:

1.
Introduction to Git and
Github (Betty Kalogeropoulou)

2.
Tools and workflows for
local and global collaboration on scientific data (Michael Hanke)

3.
Introduction to Psychopy
(Jonathan Peirce)

4.
Ideal Observer Models
(Frank Jäkel)

5.
Statistics of Signal
Detection Models (Guillermo Aguilar)

6.
Introduction to
Single-Trial EEG Analysis & Brain Computer Interfacing (Benjamin
Blankertz)

7.
Bayesian
Methods and Generative Models in Perception and Learning (Jozsef
Fiser)

The
tutorials will take place at the conference venue Henry Ford Building
on Sunday, 27th of August from 1:00 to 4:00pm. Each session will have
a coffee break.

To register for the tutorials you
need to write an email to the respective instructor of your tutorial
of interest. Please use the email addresses provided on the
website:
http://ift.tt/2m4qGni.

Tutorials
are tuition-free but you need to be a registered ECVP participant so
please attach a confirmation of your registration to your email.
Tutorials are limited to max 20 people. We kindly ask you to not
register for more than one tutorial. You will receive an email of
confirmation as soon as the tutorial is fully booked or the latest by
May, 15th.

With
the best wishes,

your
ECVP organizing team

Guido
Hesselmann, Marianne Maertens, Florian Ostendorf, Martin Rolfs &
Philipp Sterzer

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