The Centre for Biomedical Cybernetics is pleased to announce the second edition of its Clinical and Physiological Data Analysis (CAPDA) course. The course consists of a number of theoretical and practical modules suitable both for individuals who are interested in the acquisition and analysis of clinical and physiological signals but who possess no prior technical knowledge; as well as individuals with a technical background who are interested in clinical and physiological data analysis.
This year’s course includes two additional modules tackling human motion and gait data analysis, for a total of seven modules as listed below:
Human Motion Fundamentals
Human Motion Practical
These modules are intended to provide participants with the required theoretical and practical aspects of physiological data acquisition and analysis, with a focus on EEG signals in the EEG Fundamentals, EEG Practical and EEGLAB modules, and human motion and gait data in the Human Motion Fundamentals and Human Motion Practical modules. A broader approach, applicable for most forms of physiological data is adopted in the case of the Signal Processing and MATLAB modules.
Applicants may register for any number of modules on offer. The course is also a recognised DegreePlus activity.