J-Node Hackathon 2018 March
J-Node Hackathon is a collaborative event organized by INCF Japan Node to facilitate the developments in neuroinfomatics field, which concerns with diverse and huge neuroscience data using database technology, computational tools and the various other software applications on local PC and on the internet.
Participants in our past hackathons are not only INCF Japan node members, but are national project members of SPPBS and Brain/MINDS, collaborative/cooperative neuroscientists, students and software engineers. We welcome anyone who are interested in Neuroinformatics. Please visit https://www.neuroinf.jp/program/j-node-hackathon.html for the details of our past hackathons. Our goal in this event are mainly collaborations, promotion and standardization of neuroscience databases. So far, we pursued themes mainly from two lines, the brain image standardization and ontology. However, we welcome new ideas and suggestions how to organize big data using new framework for making comparison between data, new UI, new modeling methods, some applications of your daily neuroinformatics work and so on.
Ideathon March 6 (Tue) 10:00AM - 5:00PM , 2018
Hackathon March 18 (Sun) 10:00AM -20 (Tue) 6:00PM, 2018
Ideathon RIKEN BSI East Building 1F Seminar room http://www.brain.riken.jp/en/access/
Wako-shi Station (Tobu Tojo line / Subway Yurakucho line /Subway Fukutoshin line) 20 minutes' walk
Hackathon Φcafe https://phi.cafe/ (Japanese only) * Free Wi-Fi is available.
Hongo-sanchome Station (Subway Oedo line) 3 minutes' walk / Hongo-sanchome Station (Subway Marunouchi line) 5 minutes' walk
U R L: https://www.neuroinf.jp/hackathon2018/march.html (We will update from time to time）
Organized by: Neuroinformatics Japan Center, RIKEN BSI
Committee: J-Node Hackathon Working Group
- Tomoki KAZAWA（Group Leader） (The University of Tokyo)
- Hidetoshi IKENO（University of Hyogo）
- Teiichi FURUICHI (Tokyo University of Science)
- Yoshiyuki ASAI (Yamaguchi University)
- Akira SATO (Tokyo University of Science)
- Yukiko NOTA (ATR-Promosions Brain Activity Imaging Center)
- Yoshihiro OKUMURA (RIKEN BSI)
- Yoko MORII (RIKEN BSI)
- Itsuko ISHII (RIKEN BSI)
- Ayumi HONDA (RIKEN BSI)
- Yoko YAMAGUCHI (RIKEN BSI)
Number of participants: 30 at most
Application method: Please fill in the application form and send it to J-Node Hackathon secretariat
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (J-Node Hackathon secretariat)
Deadline of registration submission:
February 15 (Thu), 2018 Deadline is extended to February 22(Thu)
- Support for travelling expenses will be considered with priority to the students. Please consult us if you have the request. However please be advised that we may not be able to accommodate in full.
- Students need to get permission from their supervisors. Please fill in the application form including your supervisor’s name and the contact information. Also, please include your supervisor’s e-mail address to CC.
- The presentation can be made in either in English or Japanese, but please prepare the materials in English.
- The policy on research achievements for the Hackathon is as shown below:
- When an achievement involves alteration of an existing software platform, licensing is subject to the original software.
- When an achievement is newly developed by an individual, it is released and managed in an open source public repository, such as J-Node software center or GitHub.
- In some circumstances, full disclosure may not be available due to research ethics.
- Copyright of an achievement belongs to the developer, but it will be treated as a result of J-Node (NIJC) activity.
- Lecture materials presented at Ideathon etc. will be disclosed at this website in the possible range, just like other developed achievements.
- If you wish to participate this workshop partially, please consult us.
- We will have a social gathering on 3/18(Sun) after the Hackathon. Please join us (fees at your own expense).
|~10:00||Venue ： RIKEN BSI East Building 1F Seminar room|
|10:00~10:05||Opening Remark||Tomoki KAZAWA（The University of Tokyo)|
”Development of standards for open neuroscience at INCF Japan Node”
|Yoko YAMAGUCHI (RIKEN)|
|10:15~10:45||"Trial use of mathematical models and applications on a cloud computing system: Simulation platform"||Hidetoshi IKENO (University of Hyogo)|
|10:45~11:15||"Towards brain data utilisation promotion by ontology-based data integration amongst various research fields"||Norio KOBAYASHI (RIKEN)|
|11:45~12:45||"XooNIps Now - Introducing case studies of data migration from CosmoDB to XooNIps"||Yoshihiro OKUMURA (RIKEN)Tomoki KAZAWA (The University of Tokyo)|
|12:45~13:45||"A proposal of “WebLab”~Reform of 'research community' from journal reference databases~"||Yoshihide TAMORI (NeuroCreative Lab)|
|13:15~13:45||"Using the U-Net Deep Network Architecture to Segment Brain Image Data"||Alexander WOODWARD (RIKEN)|
|16:45~17:00||Report of Discussion|
|9:30~||Venue ： Φcafe|
|10:00||Opening Remark||Tomoki KAZAWA（The University of Tokyo)|
|16:00~18:00||Presentation time (Report of activity in the hackathon)|
|Trial use of mathematical models and applications on a cloud computing system: Simulation platform||Hidetoshi IKENO (University of Hyogo)|
|Towards brain data utilisation promotion by ontology-based data integration amongst various research fields||Norio KOBAYASHI (RIKEN)|
|XooNIps Now - Introducing case studies of data migration from CosmoDB to XooNIps||Yoshihiro OKUMURA (RIKEN)Tomoki KAZAWA (The University of Tokyo)|
|A proposal of “WebLab”
~Reform of 'research community' from journal reference databases~
|Yoshihide TAMORI (NeuroCreative Lab)|
|Using the U-Net Deep Network Architecture to Segment Brain Image Data||Alexander WOODWARD (RIKEN)|