The ERP Boot Camp is a workshop on ERP methods that is organized and led by Steve Luck and Emily Kappenman. It is designed for beginning and intermediate ERP researchers—at any career stage—who would like to obtain a firm grasp of the fundamentals of ERP research. A 10-day UC-Davis/SDSU ERP Boot Camp is held every summer. Mini ERP Boot Camps are held at university and industry sites around the world; contact us if you would like to schedule one.
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The UC-Davis/SDSU ERP Boot Camp is an NIH-funded 10-day summer workshop that is held each year at the UC-Davis Center for Mind & Brain or at San Diego State University. It includes lectures by several ERP experts, structured discussions, and individual consultations with experts. The application system is typically made available in early January, and the deadline for applications is March 1, with offers of admission made in early April.
Mini ERP Boot Camps are 2- to 3-day short courses that are initiated and hosted by a university, research center, laboratory, or professional society. They can be tailored for many different audiences, including groups who are just getting started with ERPs, groups who already have considerable experience but want to reach the next level, and companies or government agencies that are interested in ERP applications. These workshops can be private (limited to the sponsoring group) or public (open to anyone who registers).