1-3.03.2019 @ University of Warsaw
On the first weekend of March 2019, the second edition of Brainhack Warsaw will take place. During this three-day event dedicated to students and PhD students, we will work in teams on neuroscience-related projects.
The aim of the event is to meet new, enthusiastic researchers, make new friendships in academia, learn, share the knowledge on data mining and brain research, but also promote open science in the spirit of the whole Brainhack community (Craddock et al., 2016). Attendees of various backgrounds are welcome to join!
By submitting your own, genuine research project, you can gain a priceless leadership experience as you will manage a group of researchers at our three-day event.
Please note Brainhack Warsaw 2019 is a sister event for the interdisciplinary Aspects of Neuroscience conference which will take place on 23-25th November 2018 in Warsaw. Participation in the conference is not mandatory to take part in Brainhack but we encourage to also consider this.
Deadline for project proposals: 28.12.2018
Announcement of projects: 7.01.2019
Participant registration starts: 7.01.2019
Deadline for participant registration: 8.02.2019
Please send all the related questions at the mailing address: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to take a look at first edition: here you can view: Speakers, Projects and a lot of other interesting information about Brainhack Warsaw 2017.
<Brainhack will take place at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics, Pasteura 5, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland. Additional information how to get to Warsaw and university campus can be found at the AoN website.
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The call for project proposals is OPEN now.
Form and other necessary information for submitting projects is available here
The proposals can include various forms of a group activity, e.g., data analysis, app development, a discussion club on a particular topic, developing a software etc. The organizers will provide a few openly available datasets to the project authors, but developing projects using private datasets is also welcome.
A project proposal should contain the following points:
- a title,
- a list of authors / mentors / supervisors,
- an abstract,
- a list of 1-5 key papers / online materials summarising the subject (which the participants should become familiar with before starting the project),
- a list of requirements for taking part in the project (education level / English level / programming language required),
- a maximal and minimal number of participants on the project,
- what participants gain / learn from the project?,
- can the project be extended to a peer-reviewed paper if the results are promising?