Brainhack Marseille 2019

The Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone (INT) is organizing a hackaton, the first Brainhack Marseille, as part of the Brainhack Global 2019, with the support of NeuroSchool / nEURo*AMU and ANR Lives. The event will take place at INT on 13/14 November 2019. Please register using this form (registrations limited to 50 people, deadline: November 5th). All participants can propose projects, new or already under development. The program includes tutorials & hacking on the first day, and a second day entirely dedicated to hacking on projects.

Organizers: Bastien Cagna, David Meunier, Dipankar Bachar, Etienne Combrisson, Guillaume Auzias, Martin Szinte, Sylvain Takerkart, Régis Trapeau.

For who ?

Everybody who studies the brain! Brain imaging, bio informatics, behavioral studies...etc. This event welcomes every academic who would like to share his experience or participate in neuroscience-related projects.

To initiate collborations and sharing, submit your project! It is not mandatory but will be the starting point of the hackaton.

The venue

The brainhack will take place at the Institut des Neurosciences de la Timone in Marseille, France. You can find further information on how to access to the venue here.

The schedule

Wednesday 13th Thursday 14th
9:00

Welcome

9:30

Opening & projects pitches

Unconference: Standardized fMRI preprocessing using BIDS and FMRIPREP

Martin Szinte

- Resources
10:00
10:30

Tutorial: How to use Git?

David Meunier - Slides

Hacking

Hacking

11:00
11:30

Hacking

12:00
12:30

Lunch

Lunch

13:00
13:30

Unconference on open science

Guillaume Auzias - Slides

Hacking

14:00
14:30

Tutorial: Stats & Python

Guillaume Auzias - Python examples

Hacking

15:00
15:30

Hacking

16:00
16:30

Projects updates

17:00
17:30

Conclusion

18:00

Social Event

18:30
19:00

Projects

To submit a project, add an issue to the gitlab project using the "Project" template (you need to have a framagit account for this).

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Here is a subset of the submitted projects: