From August 15 to August 17, 2017, two doctoral students from EuroMov, Grégoire Vergotte et Valentin Begel, participated to the inaugural workshop of the new NSERC-CREATE consortium (cd-create.org), organized at McGill University in Montreal, on non linear analysis of physiological signals. This consortium, funded by the National Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) groups 8 international research centers, including EuroMov, and has the mission to promote doctoral training from the network on Dynamics of Brain and Behavior. The first day included lectures from 5 world-known experts on the topic (A. Khadra, L. Trainor, S. Amir, C. Palmer et A. Daffertshofer) and a poster session taken as great opportunity by our EuroMovers to present their current work. The three following days were devoted to theoretical and practical training sessions organized by P. Silva et M. Richardson (Univ. Cincinnati, USA) on non-linear analyses of cerebral and behavioral data.