The purpose of Brainhack is to bridge the data science and neuroscience research communities to advance the progress of neuroscience. Brainhack is a unique conference that convenes researchers from across the globe and myriad disciplines to work together on innovative projects related to neuroscience.
Brainhack Global is dedicated to a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. Our anti-harassment policy can be found here: Code of Conduct
BHG 2021 Australasia follows the format of successful virtual OHBM Brainhacks. New to computational neuroscience methods? Sign up to the training track to get a handle on all the basics. Ready to join in and start collaborating on projects? Then sign up for the hackathon-track and start hacking with your peers! Throughout the week there will also be virtual social events using Gather.town for everyone to meet up and get to know one another.
To register, please join the BrainHack-Australasia Mattermost channel (a Slack alternative). All comms about the event will happen through this channel so watch for notifications here! You can also register for the Zoom sessions you plan attend in the hack-track and train-track sections below.
How to contribute
The list of projects that have been proposed
Submit your own proposal here
Get involved with interesting projects and form collaborations in Australasia and around the world.
Monday, Nov 29
Dragan Rangelov & Aswin Narayanan
Learn about how to launch programs from the BASH prompt on High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters
Tuesday, Nov 30
Johanna Bayer & Saskia Bollmann
Learn how to use git and github effectively for open-source projects
Wednesday, Dec 1
Christopher Nolan & Angela Renton
Learn how to manage Python environments and create sharable tools for your research projects
Thursday, Dec 2
Thomas Shaw & Steffen Bollmann
Learn how to get started with running Docker and Singularity containers
Friday, Dec 3
Tom Close & Kelly Garner
Learn how to program efficiently and effectively with VSCode and test-driven development