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We are excited to present the newest addition to MNE-Scan: A plugin that utilizes the lab streaming layer (LSL) library in order to enable real-time streaming of EEG data. LSL is widely used in the field of electrophysiology and is supported by many EEG systems, either via vendor-provided software or dedicated programs supplied as part of the LSL distribution. The LSL library features extensive network support, thus enabling highly distributed […]

MNE Scan support for LSL



We are happy to announce the opening of new research positions to support the MNE-CPP team. One open postdoc position at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging which will be funded over a period of five years. Two full research positions which are set for three years. The positions are embedded in a collaborating research grant between the German Technische Universität Ilmenau (www.tu-ilmenau.de/bmti) and the Private University for […]

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We are grateful to announce that the German DFG and Austrian FWF will provide funding to support the development of “Online Neuronal Connectivity Estimation and Neurofeedback with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation” in the frame of MNE-CPP. The new grant (397686322) will fund two full positions for a duration of 3 years, one located at the BMTI in Ilmenau and one at the UMIT in Hall in Tirol. You can find more […]

DFG and FWF: New Funding


We are grateful to announce that the MNE-CPP project accomplished to achieve two Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing for research awards. MNE-CPP was accepted to be sponsored throughout their research programs with a total of 30.000$. These funds are part of cloud computing resources which will be used to train and investigate new deep neural networks in conjunction with neuroscientific hypothesis facilitating the MNE Deep library.

Microsoft Azure for Research Award