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BIOPAC Physiology T4 Conference

Date
Monday, July 24, 2017 - Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Tools, Trends, Techniques, and Technology

Recording physiology from human subjects BIOPAC Human Physiology Conference

Tools, tips, and strategies for recording high quality data from human subjects

Focus on technology and trends in the industry

“How-to” Workshops will cover preparation, acquiring data, and analysis

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Why attend?

When?

Monday-Wednesday, July 24-26, 2017

Where?

University of California, Santa Barbara

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Poster presentations are first-come, first serve.  See T4 Poster Presentation to read the guidelines and link to the application.

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Workshop Schedule

Workshop attendance is capped and reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. See the T4 SCHEDULE page for updates.

Mon – July 24SessionAcademic & Industry Experts
8:30 am – 9:00 amWelcome to T4!BIOPAC Systems, Inc.
9:00 am – 10:30 am

Workshops

Challenge and Threat (Repeats on Tuesday)Jim Blascovich, Ph.D., UCSB
Teaching Physiology: BSL Fundamentals (Repeats on Wednesday)William McMullen and Tim Cook, BIOPAC
Introduction and Overview of Physiological Data CollectionTaj Hudson, BIOPAC
MRI Techniques: OverviewAlan Macy, BIOPAC
10:30 am – 11:00 amBreak & Networking
11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Workshops

Startle and Response (Repeats on Tuesday)Terry Blumenthal, Ph.D., Wake Forest University
fNIR: Recording Optical Brain Imaging DataGabriela Hernandez-Meza, Ph.D., fNIR Devices
E-Prime Experiment Generator
(Repeats on Tuesday)
Devon Struthers, Psychology Software Tools
ECG: Single, Multi-lead, and 12-lead recordingTim Cook, BIOPAC
12:30 pm – 1:45 pmLunch & NetworkingDe La Guerra
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Workshops

Using Virtual Reality with Physiological DataAndrew Beall, Ph.D., WorldViz
Processing and Analysis of Event-related Cardiovascular Responses Using Free and Open-source SoftwareMatt Cieslak, Ph.D., UCSB
EDA: Best Practices for Recording & Analyzing EDA DataFrazer Findlay, BIOPAC
EEG: Introduction to EEGKen Graap, BIOPAC
3:30 pm – 4:00 pmBreak & Networking
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Workshops

Impedance Cardiography and Measures of Adrenergic Cardiovascular Reactivity (Repeats on Tuesday)Bob Kelsey, Ph.D.
Exercise Physiology: Pulmonary FunctionWilliam McMullen and Tim Cook, BIOPAC
HRV & RSA Analysis (Repeats on Wednesday)Frazer Findlay, BIOPAC
fNIR: Analyzing Optical Brain Imaging DataGabriela Hernandez-Meza, Ph.D., fNIR Devices
TUE – July 25EventPresenter
9:00 am – 10:30 am

Workshops

Startle and Response(Repeat of Monday)Terry Blumenthal, Ph.D.
Biopac Student Lab: Creating Your Own LabsWilliam McMullen and Tim Cook, BIOPAC
Electrical Stimulation for Physiology ExperimentsAlan Macy, BIOPAC
Continuous Noninvasive Blood Pressure @ Your Fingertips (Repeats on Wednesday)Walter Habenbacher, CNSystems
10:30 am – 11:00 amBreak & Networking
11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Workshops

Challenge and Threat (Repeat of Mon)Jim Blascovich, Ph.D., UCSB
BioNomadix Wireless Systems: Recording from Mobile SubjectsTaj Hudson, BIOPAC
BIOPAC Scripting I: Automating Lab WorkDavid Pollack, BIOPAC
VR Collaboration in Social Virtual RealityMatthias Pusch, WorldViz
12:30 pm – 1:45 pmLunch & NetworkingDe La Guerra Dining Commons
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Workshops

Integration of Psychophysiological Acquisition in Ultra-high Field Magnetic Resonance (MR) Environments (Repeats on Wednesday)Jenny Robinson, Ph.D., Auburn University
Exercise Physiology: Gas AnalysisWilliam McMullen and Alan Macy, BIOPAC
Advanced Cycle Detector Data Analysis TechniquesEdward Peterlin, BIOPAC
E-Prime Experiment Generator
(Repeat of Monday)
Devon Struthers, Psychology Software Tools
3:30 pm – 4:00 pmBreak & Networking
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Workshops

Impedance Cardiography and Measures of Adrenergic Cardiovascular Reactivity
(Repeat of Monday)
Bob Kelsey, Ph.D.
Why Measure Affect and Motivational State?Alan Macy, BIOPAC
The Power of Synchronized Video—Using AcqKnowledge’s Media Functionality to Synchronize Video with Physiology DataFrazer Findlay, BIOPAC
6:00 pm- 8:00 pmBBQ DinnerAll Attendees Invited
Wed – July 26EventPresenter
9:00 am – 10:30 am

Workshops

Auditory and Visual StimulationAlan Macy, BIOPAC
EDA: Best Practices for Recording & Analyzing EDA Data  (Repeat of Monday)Frazer Findlay, BIOPAC
EMG: Recording Great EMG DataBrett Denaro, BIOPAC
Getting Great Data with SuperLabHisham Abboud, Cedrus
10:30 am – 11:00 amBreak & Networking
11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Workshops

HRV & RSA Analysis (Repeat of Monday)Frazer Findlay, BIOPAC
Processing and Analysis of Event-related Cardiovascular Responses Using Free and Open-source Software (Repeat of Monday)Matt Cieslak, Ph.D., UCSB
Continuous Noninvasive Blood Pressure @ Your Fingertips (Repeat of Tue)Walter Habenbacher, CNSystems
BIOPAC Scripting II: Advanced Scripting and Batch ProcessingMickey Rowe, Ph.D., BIOPAC
12:30pm – 1:45 pmLunch & NetworkingDe La Guerra Dining Commons
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Workshops

Teaching BSL Fundamentals (Repeat of Monday)William McMullen, BIOPAC
Integrating Physiology Data with Behavior, Utilizing FaceReader and The Observer XTNiek Wilmink, Noldus
Integration of Psychophysiological Acquisition in Ultra-high Field Magnetic Resonance (MR) Environments (Repeat of Tuesday)Jenny Robinson, Ph.D., Auburn University

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