The Brainhack-Networks 2019 is an independent event sponsored by the organizing committee of the Network Neuroscience satellite of the International School and Conference on Network Science (NetSci 2019). This event is also sponsored by the Purdue Systems Collaboratory and the Purdue Institute for Integrative Neuroscience.
The theme of the hackathon will broadly cover a variety of topics related to network science tools for neuroscience/imaging research, including network modeling and analysis of brain data (fMRI, DWI, EEG) as well as neuro-scientific interpretation of the results.
The goal is to bring together researchers with heterogeneous backgrounds from around the world to collaborate on innovative open science projects related to brain connectomics. We welcome all projects related to brain connectomics. As a guidance, we have identified the following state-of-the-art topics: brain fingerprinting, topological morphospaces, multimodal/multiplex brain networks, controllability of brain networks, mapping connectivitiy and cognition/behaviour, and modelling disease progression. While the theme sets the type of projects and presentations of the event, it is not meant to be restrictive. Participants are encouraged to post project ideas by March 22 via the dedicated form.
An international team of renown experts in the field of network science and neuroscience will coordinate the event in an effort to boost the realization of the projects. The team of experts will also recognize the best three projects with an award.
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