INCF at FENS Forum in Berlin, July 8-11

INCF is hosting a booth with community demos at FENS Forum 2018!

We're happy to welcome our community members to demo their tools and resources in our booth - find us in the non-profit section, in booth 15! We're also part of the FENS passport scheme, and have contributed the "Handbook of Brain Microcircuits", edited by Sten Grillner and Gordon Shepherd, as a passport prize.

INCF has invited its Node and community members to demo tools and projects in INCF's exhibit booth. Visit us Sunday-Wednesday between 9:30 and 17:30 to see what our community is doing!

Demo schedule

Project Presenter Date Time
The Virtual Brain Petra Ritter Sunday July 8 9:30-11:00
Multi-scale Visualization of Zebrafish Sumit Vohra Sunday July 8 11:30-13:00
Elephant, the open-source Electrophysiology Analysis Toolkit Julia Sprenger Sunday July 8 14:00-15:30
NeuroXM Brain Science Suite Markus Butz-Ostendorf Sunday July 8 16:00-17:30
Workflow for mapping, visualizing, and analyzing 2D images in 3-D rodent reference atlas space Trygve Leergard lab Monday July 9 9:30-11:00
BioDynaMo Jean de Montigny Monday July 9 11:30-13:00
The G-Node infrastructure services Thomas Wachtler Monday July 9 14:00-15:30
The Virtual Brain Petra Ritter Monday July 9 16:00-17:30
The G-Node infrastructure services Thomas Wachtler Tuesday July 10 9:30-11:00
NeuroXM Brain Science Suite Markus Butz-Ostendorf Tuesday July 10 11:30-13:00
Elephant, the open-source Electrophysiology Analysis Toolkit Julia Sprenger Tuesday July 10 14:00-15:30
The Virtual Brain Petra Ritter Tuesday July 10 16:00-17:30
Interactive Segmentation and Visualization Sumit Vohra Wednesday July 11 9:30-11:00
KnowledgeSpace & TrainingSpace Mathew Abrams Wednesday July 11 11:30-13:00
       

You can download the demo schedule as a pdf here