Dundee, Scotland, UK


The Dundee Garden is organized by the Psychology Division of the University of Dundee. Our programme showcases local EEG research across a range of topics against the seaside backdrop of the sunniest city in Scotland. The Dundee Garden is an in-person event with added live-streaming of the global CuttingEEG programme.



#EEG, #AnalysisToolboxes, #GoodPractices

Featured Speakers /Teachers

Philipp Ruhnau, Robin Ince, Anastasia Klimovich-Gray, Tanya Atanasova


FieldTrip for beginners, Mutual Information/Population Prevalence, MNE Python for beginners, EEG Microstates

Local Program




Local program

Global - Plenary lecture

Local - Lectures

Local - Tutorials

Local - Social Events

Local - Food / Posters

Local - Satellite Event

Program details


11:30 Welcome desk opens
13:00 Welcome/Introduction
13:30 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 1
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 2
16:30 Symposium 1/ Open talks
17:30 Dundee Law walk (weather permits) / Welcome drinks


09:00 Fieldtrip tutorial (Dr Philipp Ruhnau, UCLan)
10:15 Coffee break
11:30 Poster session 1 / Lunch
13:30 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 1
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 2
16:30 Symposium 2/ Open talks
17:30 Finish


09:00 MNE python tutorial (Dr Anastasia Klimovich-Gray, U Aberdeen)
10:15 Coffee break
11:30 Poster session 2 / Lunch
13:30 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 1
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 2
16:30 Symposium 3/Open talks
17:30 Finish


09:00 Mutual Info / tutorial (Dr Robin Ince, U Glasgow)
10:15 Coffee break
11:30 SCONe symposium
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 1
15:00 Coffee break
15:15 Central keynotes (livestream) – part 2
16:30 Farewell

Local Speakers/Teachers

Dr Philipp Ruhnau

University of Central Lancashire


Dr Robin Ince

University of Glasgow

Mutual Information / Population prevalence

Dr Tanya Atanasova

University of Dundee


Dr Anastasia Klimovich-Gray

University of Aberdeen

MNE python

Register for the Dundee Garden



Step 1 – Optional: Submit a poster, talk or symposium suggestion using this link. You can do so without registering first.

Step 2 – Mandatory: Become a member of the CuttingEEG association (Fee: 50.00 EUR). This will also give you a code that you need to register.

Step 3 – Mandatory: Rank your tutorial preferences on our Dundee registration form. You will need to supply your unique CuttingEEG transaction ID during this process.

Step 4 – Mandatory: Pay the conference fees for the Dundee garden via the University’s online shop.


Important dates

·  13 Sep – abstract submission for poster and symposia closes

·  15 Sep – notification of acceptance for posters and symposia

·  29 Sep – conference registration closes

Registration Fee

· The registration fee will be 100.00 GBP (incl. 3 lunches and various coffee breaks)

· You can opt-in to the conference social (Wed, 18 Oct, 7pm) for an additional 40.00 GBP

· Register for the Dundee garden via the University of Dundee online store here (see step 4 in ‘Instructions’). You will need to provide your unique CuttingEEG “transaction ID” in the process.


Venue – How to reach the Dundee Garden


The event will be hosted by members of the Psychology division of the University of Dundee. For the conference, we have secured an exceptionally nice venue in close vicinity to the University, and to the Dundee city centre, as well as local accommodation and other amenities – the DCA.

Dundee Contemporary Arts (DCA) is an internationally renowned centre for contemporary art and registered charity that enables audiences, artists and participants to see, experience and create. With two beautiful large-scale gallery spaces, two thriving cinema screens, a busy print studio, an award-winning learning programme, and a packed programme of events, workshops, classes and activities aimed at all ages and abilities, DCA is a vibrant cultural hub open to all, located in the heart of the city.

All conference spaces at the DCA are fully accessible – more information here.

Arrival and Stay in Dundee

Dundee can be easily reached by TRAIN. We highly recommend this means of transportation, in accordance with the philosophy behind a multi-hub event. Full details of how to reach the University of Dundee campus



There are many affordable hotels within walking distance of the University of Dundee campus. Please see here for an up-to-date list of hotels close to the campus and some slightly further afield:

Contact the Dundee team

Lead organisers

Anne Keitel – tablab

Chris Benwell – pphys & hh lab

Christian Keitel – dvplab


Tanja Atanasova

Bryony Buck

Local partners of the Dundee Garden

Contact the Global team