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Learn how to apply the latest computational tools to you data.
Find exciting projects that you would like to contribute to.
Meet researchers from a variety of backgrounds.
Thanks to the generous support of the Child Mind Institute and the Neuro Bureau, funding is available for a limited number of students and postdocs to defray their costs for attending Brainhack DC 2017.
The award will cover approved costs up to $500.
To apply, email a one-page Brainhack project proposal and CV to email@example.com.
The organizing committee will determine the winners based on the merits of the submitted materials, as well as geographical, expertise and gender diversity. The winners will be encouraged to develop their project during the hackathon, notably using the brainhack slack ahead of the event.
Awards will be announced by email by November 7, 2017.
Join us for a special DC Data Viz hack on big neuroscience data sets! At this meetup, leaders from different projects produced in the Online Brain Intensive, where students from around the world worked together on large open brain data sets, will show their results. Any visualizations produced will be highlighted at the DC Brainhack, and online the Online Brain Intensive website. RSVP and you'll have access to all of this data and results matrix in advance!
13 adult participants (ages: 21-42) repeatedly scanned under each of four scan conditions across 12 sessions: 1) rest, 2) naturalistic viewing of a sequence of abstract shapes (i.e., "Inscapes", Vanderwal, 2015), 3) naturalistic viewing of highly engaging movies (Betti, 2013), 4) performance of an active task (i.e., an Erickson flanker task with no-Go trials included)
For each of the non-rest conditions, three different stimuli were used repeated four times across the 12 sessions to allow for consideration of repetition effects.