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BrainHack@Paris

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BRAINHACK@PARIS 24-26 February 2016

The purpose of BrainHack is to bring together people from different disciplines to work around a neuroscientific question during 3 days of intense interaction.

Participants can either bring their own project/question and recruit a team of collaborators, or come to learn methods, develop skills and collaborate with other participants.

You can bring your own data sets, otherwise large databases will also be provided, including HCP, ABIDE, FC1000, Allen Brain Institute data.

Participants will receive advice on processing from a team very capable nerds including Pierre Bellec, Leonardo Cerliani, Cameron Craddock, Jean Daunizeau, Guillaume Dumas, Daniel Margulies, Marion Noulhiane, Michel Thiebaut de Schotten and Roberto Toro during the three days.

We encourage interested persons to join our public Slack channel to discuss and propose projects and to recruit collaborators:

https://brainhackparis.slack.com

You can also contact us by email at:

brainhackparis@brainhack.org

Schedule

Wednesday, February 24, 2015
08:30    Registration and breakfast
09:00    Welcoming reception and icebreaker
09:10    Ignite Session: Alfred Anwander & Koen Haak: Connections
09:20    Projects pitching (any registered participant can propose a project in 5 minutes chrono)
10:00    Coffee break
10:15    Open Hacking .
12:30    Lunch
13:30    Open Hacking
17:30    Unconference Session (open discussion on the advances made on each project)
19:00    Dinner
20:00+  Open Hacking

Thursday, February 25, 2015
09:00    Breakfast
09:30    Ignite Session: Christine Ecker: Shapes
09:40    Open Hacking
13:00    Lunch
14:00    Open Hacking
17:30    Unconference session
19:00    Dinner
20:00+  Open Hacking

Friday, February 26, 2015
09:00    Breakfast
09:30    Ignite Session: Nathalie Regard: Dreams
09:40    Open Hacking
13:00    Lunch
14:00    Project Summaries and Wrap-up
17:30    Adjournment

Brainhack is a unique conference that convenes researchers from across the globe and a myriad of disciplines to work together on innovative projects related to neuroscience. Year after year, global Brainhack events have brought together researchers to participate in open collaboration, and regional Brainhack events keep the momentum going throughout the year.

Registration

Registration is 70€, it includes all meals plus a continuous supply of healthy snacks, hot beverages and coffee.

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