The second ANDREA Training Course (download the programme here) was held on January 21st, 2015 on the occasion of the 24th Burgundy Neuromeeting, Beaune, France organized by ANT, a sister company of partner EEM. The workshop was attended by 41 participants external to the ANDREA network. After a presentation of the ANDREA project (Silvia Comani BIND-UdA), scientific presentations the process of developing the multi-pin electrodes and their features were presented by partners UPORTO (Carlos Fonseca), TUIL (Jens Haueisen and Patrique Fiedler) and EEM (Frank Zanow). En suite, a practical hands-on session took place, during which examples from previous EEG / ERP and BCI studies have also been presented, and a variety of applications areas have been discussed to learn how the novel multi-pin dry electrodes can be used in today’s research. The participants were invited to use the cap by themselves in a few small experiments to gain first-hand experience with this new technology. Some time was dedicated to discussions about signal quality and artifact correction.