All gardens are both interconnected and with their own local specificity.
The plenary lectures, broadcasted on all gardens, are global events.
Local events broadcasted globally
Each garden can have local talks, tutorials, etc. It is encouraged to broadcast or record and share any events that are organised locally.
Local events only
Local events can be speakers outside of the global program, hackathons, and many more.
It is possible to host a Garden without a local program. In this case, the Garden streams the global program, and can choose to show events that other Gardens share. This is the minimal requirement to be a Garden. But there are so many other options! Read more below…
The Global Organization provides guidance and some material (see on the right). Below are some important points:
Local Program – Local gardens set up their own local program independently. We advise to choose speakers/tutors as close as possible to you, and ideally not closer to another Garden. Note that all local programs will be shared globally to guide participants.
Broadcasting the local program – The decision to broadcast a lecture of your local program is entirely up to you. The Global Organization will provide the videoconferencing tools.
Local Budget – All Gardens deal with their own budget independently. You are responsible for applying for grants, setting partnerships up, collecting registration fees as needed, and for covering your expenses with these. All we ask is that participants become members of CuttingEEG for a fee. Please get in touch for more info.
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Here are some important resources to help you organize your garden.
Global Preliminary Speakers
Please get in touch with us to access the list of potential speakers. Note that some of them might wish to present from your garden. We will consult you accordingly.
Please get in touch with us to access the list of potential tutors. Please be mindful and minimize traveled distances when inviting tutors.