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## New members ## [-----------------------------------------] **Under construction; waiting for other sections to become complete to update links to them (apart from that, all good here)** **To-Do: add lab-wide Teams** [-----------------------------------------] In the Laboratory of Neuropsychophysiology we have several procedures in place to organize lab spaces, collect data, and carry out other activities. We also use many online tools and software that may be new to you. This page was designed to welcome you to the team, and to provide you with an overview of these procedures and tools. ---------- ### Induction procedure ### When starting your position or stay at the Lab, the first step is to contact the LabManager and to follow these steps: 1. Provide the LabManager with the necessary information to access the Lab's set of online tools (GDPR compliant) - Fill out a form (name, e-mail, role in the Lab, expected duration of the stay) - The LabManager will provide access to the LabCalendars, Mailing list, etc. 2. Read this page in the LabWiki - This page was prepared to give you an overview of how the lab works so make sure to read up! Below you will find more details and links. ---------- ### Overview of the LabNPF ### #### LabWiki and the Lab Guidelines - The [LabWiki][1] is the primary source of information on all internal Lab procedures. - A short description of the main resources is given below, and these are comprehensively described in the [Lab Guidelines][2] and [Lab Resources][3] pages. - The LabWiki is always evolving, so please share any ideas for improving it! #### LabManager - The LabManager (Joana Pinto), is the person in charge of organisation and administration tasks in the Lab. - The LabManager's desk is in the Lab's main room (014). - New members should contact the LabManager as indicated above (see "Induction Procedure"). #### Lab spaces and equipment - The Lab is located in rooms 014, 015, and 016 ([floor 0, FPCEUP][4]). **More details on spaces here[link guidelines rooms]**. - Access to Lab spaces requires a numeric code for the digital locks (provided by the LabManager). The lab rooms are available during normal work hours; access during evenings and weekends is possible but requires authorization. - The Lab hosts a specialized data-collection chamber (on room 014) and equipment for recording several physiological and behavioral signals (EEG, ECG, EMG, other bioelectrical potentials, EDA, eye-tracking). See full details on **data-collection equipment[link]**. - We also have specialized computer workstations for data processing and analysis (see [Lab Resources|Lab Computers/Workstations][5]) and [software][6]. - If you will be collecting data in the Lab, make sure you learn about the guidelines and requirements in the **Lab Guidelines[link]** - Bookings for data collection of for data analysis in the lab's workstations must be booked in the shared online LabCalendars (see [Lab Resources|Lab Calendars (Google Calendar)][7]). #### Communication in the Lab - The [Lab's website][8] contains a lot of public information about our activities. There you will find the latest news, projects, and publications and also some tools for research (like assessment instruments, stimuli, software, etc.). - For internal communication, we use the Lab Mailing List (see [Lab Resources|Lab Mailing List (Google Groups)][9]) where all members can send and receive e-mails/posts. - You can also follow the Lab's activities on [Twitter][10], [Facebook][11] and [ResearchGate][12]! #### Meetings and events - Scientific Seminars - Typically every semester we organize a scientific seminar with invited speakers. These are generally open to the public and advertised well in advance. - LabDays - These meetings are usually restricted to active lab members, and dedicate a session to a specific scientific or research-related topic, followed by student presentations. - Methods Bites - Lunch-time meetings where a speaker provides a short overview of methodological questions or of a specific method. Great to keep up to date on tools for research. We provide the methods, you have to bring your own bites (food)! - Methods Bites Scientific Coordination: Fernando Ferreira-Santos, Fernando Barbosa - Social meetings - End of semester and festive seasons are always a good excuse to get together for lunch or dinner! [1]: [2]: [3]: [4]: [5]: [6]: [7]: [8]: [9]: [10]: [11]: [12]:
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