J-Node Hackathon 2018 September

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, promotions and standardizations of neuroscience databases. So far, we pursued many themes, the brain image standardization, ontology base organization of databases, developments of client and server software towards standardizations and collaboration among neuroinfomatical databases inside and outside J-node. 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.

 

Leaflet (English)  Leaflet (Japanese)

 

The event was closed. Thank you everyone who participated.

 

About

Date:

 Ideathon     September 4 (Tue), 2018  10:00AM - 5:00PM

 Hackathon   September 21 (Fri), 2018  10:30AM -23 (Sun) 5:00PM, 2018

Venue:

   Ideathon       RIKEN Brain Science 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    Shonan Village Center http://www.shonan-village.jp/english/ 

                      access http://www.shonan-village.jp/english/access.html

   Please take the bus from the followings.

U R L: https://www.neuroinf.jp/hackathon2018/september.html (We will update from time to time)

Presentors:

 (Give a lecture on Ideathon)

 (Give a lecture on Hackathon)

Organized by: Neuroinformatics Unit, RIKEN Center for Brain Science

Committee: J-Node Hackathon Working Group

Number of participants: 30 at most

Application method: Please fill in the application form and send it to J-Node Hackathon secretariat

Contact: office@ni.riken.jp (J-Node Hackathon secretariat)

Deadline of registration submission: August 27(Mon), 2018  ※Deadline extended    Registration is now closed

Ideathon

 
Day Hour Title Lecturer  

9/4(Tue)

9:30~ Venue : RIKEN CBS East Building 1F Seminar room  
10:00~10:05 Opening Remark Tomoki KAZAWA(The University of Tokyo) PDF
10:05~10:15

Development of Standards for Open Neuroscience

Yoko YAMAGUCHI (RIKEN)  
10:15~11:00 Text Mining Resources for Searching Brain Functions and Coordinates from Neuroscience Papers Yoshinobu KANO (Shizuoka University)  
11:00~11:45 Towards development of novel brain science data platform through an open science approach Norio KOBAYASHI (RIKEN) PDF
11:45~12:30 Lunch  
12:30~13:00 An Introduction to The Virtual Brain (TVB) and its Application to Non-human Primate Data Alexander WOODWARD (RIKEN)  
13:00~13:30 Development of Neuroinfomatics Tutorial Using SimPF Akito ISHIHARA (Chukyo University) PDF
13:30~14:30 Flash talk  
14:30~16:30 Group discussion  
16:30~17:00 Report of discussion  

  【Flash Talk】
1. Hidetoshi IKENO (University of Hyogo)PDF
2. Yoshihiro OKUMURA (RIKEN CBS)PDF
3. Tomoki KAZAWA (The University of Tokyo)PDF
4. Satoshi TANAKA (Fukuoka University)PDF
5. Yoshihide TAMORI ( NeuroCreative Lab )PDF
6. Masahide MAEDA (RIKEN CBS)PDF
7. Rui GONG (RIKEN CBS)PDF

Hackathon

 
Day Hour Title Lecturer  

9/21(Fri)

10:15 Venue:Shonan Village Center Conference Room 2  
10:15~10:20 Opening Remark Tomoki KAZAWA(The University of Tokyo)  
10:20~10:50 Toward mining of putative kinase-associated pathways using KANPHOS database Junichiro YOSHIMOTO (NAIST) PDF
10:50~11:20  A large-scale simulation of a cortico-thalamo-cerebello circuit using K computer
(Jun Igarashi, Hiroshi Yamaura, Tadashi Yamazaki)
Jun IGARASHI (RIKEN) PDF
11:20~21:00 Self-introduction, Grouping, Development  

9/22(Sat)

7:00~21:00 Development  

9/23(Sun)

7:00~15:00 Development  
15:00~16:45 Presentation time (Report of activity in the hackathon)  
17:00 Closing  

【Wrap up】

Title Member Wrap up
Construction of the standard brain of the primary auditory center in honeybee Kazuaki GOTO, Yuka UENOHARA, Satoshi TANAKA, Hidetoshi IKENO PDF PDF 
PDF PDF

Multiple Sequence Alignment Tool for KANPHOS Database

Junichiro YOSHIMOTO PDF

Development of an infrastructure to introduce DTI data to neural network models

Jun IGARASHI PDF
Development of MRI metadata in RDF Norio KOBAYASHI, Masahide MAEDA PDF  PDF
昆虫触角葉シミュレーション Buntaro SAKAI, Tomoki KAZAWA PDF
Development of the rat virtual brain (TRVB) for EEG analyses Satoshi OOTA PDF
Continue to update of Simulation Platform Infrasructure Yoshihiro OKUMURA, Yoko MORII, Takayuki KANNON, Keiichiro INAGAKI PDF
Nanozoomer Image Segmentation Alexander WOODWARD, Rui GONG PDF
     
     

Other Documents

 Questionnaire results