We are very excited to announce the seventh ExploreDTI Workshop, to be held in Budapest, Hungary (27-29 May, 2019).
This 3-day workshop includes both the theory and practice of processing, analyzing, and visualizing diffusion MRI data. Key concepts and practical considerations of data processing and analysis are explained with lectures. During the hands-on practical sessions, attendees will learn how to use the ExploreDTI toolbox with real diffusion MRI data. While computers and data are available on site, attendees are allowed to bring their own laptop and data sets.
After completing this ExploreDTI course, one should be able to process, analyze, and visualize their own diffusion MRI data sets.
This course is aimed at both new and existing users of ExploreDTI and will cover both basic and advanced features. The diffusion topics covered are primarily intended for applications in basic science and clinical research and can be summarized as:
All lectures and material will be in English.
The registration fee (in EUR) is €500 for academic attendees such as students (BSc/MSc/PhD), postdocs, professors, etc. For commercial attendees, the registration fee is €750. Course registration includes lectures, computer practical sessions, coffee/tea breaks and lunches for each day, one dinner (28th of May), a course certificate, and a "surprise gift". The registration fee does not include accommodation. All course materials, including lecture slides, tutorial instructions, and example data sets will be made available after the course.
You can register for this ExploreDTI workshop soon... Watch this space! For now, you may fill in this form if you would like to receive a notification once the registration for the next course is open.
Note: the maximum number of attendees is 25 to guarantee the high level of educational support (roughly 3/1 ratio for attendee/tutor). Registration will close on May 1st 2019 at the latest or if the maximum number of participants has been reached.
The ExploreDTI workshop will take place at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy (address: Budapest, Balassa J. u. 6., 1083 Hungary). More specific details about room locations will be given later.
You will need to organise your own housing for the workshop. The historic downtown area of Budapest is highly recommended given its beautiful scenery and the large choice in bars and restaurants.
For people with little background in diffusion MRI, we would like to suggest the following literature:
On Sunday 26 May, we plan to have an informal get-together in the evening (time and location tba).
The tentative programme schedule for the 3-day workshop is shown below. The lectures will be given in the Auditorium. The hands-on sessions will take place in computer rooms. Please note that there may be some adjustments to the timetable, teaching faculty, and lecture/computer rooms. Details about locations for dinner & drinks will follow later.
If you have any queries about this ExploreDTI workshop, please email email@example.com.