Call for community review of Neo - deadline Sept 291st September 2022
INCF is asking for your help to review the Neo object model for electrophysiology data, to assess its value as a community standard.
Participating is simple; read the INCF SBP committee review report on F1000 and leave your feedback in the comments!
Inviting submissions of late-breaking abstracts for INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 202215th August 2022
We are inviting submissions of late-breaking abstracts for INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 2022 - submit your abstracts by Friday August 19! Curious about which abstracts have already been approved? View the list here. The INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly is an interactive event that will take place virtually from September 12-16 on the Gather platform, with poster sessions in Zohuddle. We’ve chosen these platforms specifically to make your experience as close to an in-person experience as possible.
Why is Assembly’s format different from other virtual conferences?
The Gather platform enables you to “walk” around the virtual space and when you get close to other participants they will pop up on live video. This works the same for posters and exhibitor booths and gives you a much more interactive experience than your ordinary virtual conference! The Assembly offers many training opportunities for participants of all career stages - this year we offer a 2 PhD-credit course on “Neuroscience data integration through use of digital brain atlases”. Find more information about this course and no fewer than 6 other training sessions here!
What is Zohuddle?
It’s an app to simplify virtual networking, specifically the poster session of Assembly. It works by letting you rank the abstracts that interest you the most, then creating a schedule of “huddles” with an integrated video chat for you to meet your matches! Important dates:
- Late-breaking abstract submission closes: Aug 19
- Assembly: September 12-16
Call for community feedback on the Neo object model16th June 2022
INCF seeks community feedback on the Neo object model, created to facilitate interoperability between tools for analyzing, visualizing and generating electrophysiology & optophysiology data.
Comments open until August 14, 2022: https://f1000research.com/documents/11-658
Read more about it in our blog
Registration is now open for INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 2022!29th April 2022
This year’s virtual assembly will be hosted in Gathertown and will focus on advances in FAIR data management & sharing in neuroscience.
Learn more & register here
New INCF working group on MatNWB24th March 2022
This working group serves the developers & users of MatNWB - the MATLAB interface to the INCF-endorsed NeurodataWB data standard.
Learn more about in our blog.
Calling all beginners in open source21st March 2022
GSoC 2022 is open for participants of all ages! INCF offers projects on tools vital to the neuroscience community. See all projects here.