Brainhack Global projects have been added to the projects page. Please submit your projects for inclusion, or check the list to find out what is happening at your local Brainhack Global event.
We are currently recruiting sites to host local events during Brainhack Global 2018. Each site sets their own schedule and content. The main global event will occur during the window of May 2 - 6, 2018. Each site will have the flexibility to choose their schedule within this window.
If you would like to host a Brainhack Global event, but cannot do it in this time frame, you can still be apart of Brainhack Global. Video content from different events will be available online for you to show, and members of the Brainhack community will be more than happy to connect with you over video conference for a ignite talk. Could this be the year that the sun never sets on Brainhack?
Hosting an event requires finding a suitable location (can be a classroom, hackerspace, library meeting room, or similar with good network and plenty of power outlets), ordering refreshments, and recruiting participants. More information can be found in the Brainhack step-by-step guide and GigaScience paper.
If you are interested in hosting an event for Brainhack Global please email email@example.com.
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. Brainhack Global 2018 (dates TBD) will unite several regional Brainhack events throughout the world.
A feature of the distributed Brainhack model is that content can be shared between sites. In the past, we have broadcast video lectures using google hangouts on air, which also archives the videos so that they can be watched later. It may also be possible for some of our speakers to give tutorials at multiple times.
University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Chair: Xi-Nian Zuo
Indian Institute of Technology
Chair: Vatika Harlalka
Trinity College, Dublin
Chairs: Rhodri Cusack, Shruti Narasimham, Chiara Caldinelli, Megan Bhroin, Sibilia Francesca and Nadja Enz
Chairs: Hannes Almgren, Daniel Borek, Sofie Van Den Bossche and Lege Bassez
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Chairs: Nico Scherf and Daniel Rose
University College London
Chair: Sarah Kimmich
Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg
Chair: Michael Hanke
Pasteur Institute in Paris
Chair: Michel Thiebaut de Schotten
Basque Center for Cognition, Brain and Language
Chairs: Stefano Moia and Cesar Caballero Gaudes
INCF Secretariat on Nobels väg 15A on the Karolinska Institute campus in Stockholm
Chairs: Malin Sandström and Gustav Nilsonne
Agency Five, Heinzelova 33, Zagreb 10000
Chair: Andrija Stajduhar
University of Michigan
Chairs: Scott Peltier, Dan Kessler, Krisanne Litinas
3rd Floor of Clark Hall, Johns Hopkins University
Chair: Joshua Vogelstein
NIH Building 60, The Cloisters Convent
Chair: Adam Thomas
Chair: Kristina Visscher
McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT
Chairs: Satrajit Ghosh, Mathias Goncalves, Dorota Jarecka, Viviana Siless, Paul Wighton
Chair: John Van Horn
University of Miami
Chairs: Lucina Uddin and Angie Laird
Chairs: Stephanie Noble, Dave O'Connor, Todd Constable, and Dustin Scheinost
Chairs: Ting Xu and Steven Giavasis
UCSF Mission Bay Campus, Mission Hall Building
Chairs: Maria Luisa Mandelli, Jesse Brown, Lorenzo Pasquini and Valentina Borghesani
Western Interdisciplinary Research Building, Western University
Chairs: Ali Khan, Jason Kai, Olivia Stanley, Yiming Xiao, Dickson Wong, Hossein Rejali, Patrick Park and Sue Bedford
Brainhack is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Our anti-harassment policy can be found at: http://www.brainhack.org/global2018/codeofconduct.html