4. Global extensions of the open EEGNet platform and EEG-BIDS standard development

Christine Rogers Presenter
McGill University
Montreal, quebec 
Sunday, Jun 23: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Educational Course - Full Day (8 hours) 
Room: Grand Ballroom 104 
The EEGNet open data and analytics platform brings together standardized datasets, workflows, tools and computational infrastructure for collaborative annotation, visualization, querying and analysis of multi-modal EEG-BIDS datasets across high-performance computing clusters. EEGNet encompasses lossless ICA pipelines and quantitative EEG toolboxes in addition to facilitating data harmonization with open-source cross-platform utilities designed to reduce barriers to data sharing and transparency in federation of datasets. As an end goal, the growing data collections on the EEGNet platform provide a collaborative basis for applications in machine learning, early identification of biomarkers and translation to applications in global health. In partnership with the Global Brain Consortium (GBC), EEGNet also leverages groundwork by the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform (CONP) for cross-collaborative models of extensible ethics and data governance in open science.