NOW Program

January 15th – Lectures

Please find below the program with the links to the videos and slides of the lectures:

Introduction

8:30         Breakfast, badge pick-up

9:00         Welcome words – Eric Burguière  (PDF, video)

9:10         Introduction to open science – Guillaume Dumas  (PDF, video)

 

#Open Society

Chair: Guillaume Dumas

9:30         Open Science: Science Europe’s past, present and future work – Bonnie Wolff-Boenisch  (PDF, video)

9:50         The Open Science experience of the rare disease community – Ségolène Aymé  (PDF, video)

10:10   –     Round Table (Speakers)  (video)

10:40   –     Break

 

#Open Publications

Chair: Célya Gruson-Daniel

11:00   –     What will it take to finally make open access the default in scholarly
communication? – Colleen Campbell  (PDF, video)

11:20   –     Post-publication review and curation with PubPeer and
Peeriodicals – Brandon Stell  (PDF, video)

11:40   –     Round Table (Speakers + Marie Garambois, Sorbonne Univ. (video)

 

#Open Projects

12:10    –     Short presentations of Open Science projects  (PDF, video)

12:30    –     Lunch & posters

#Reproducible research

Chair: Céline Hernandez

14:00       Effective computing for research reproducibility – Laura Fortunato  (PDF, video)

14:20       Computational and statistical reproducibility in data-intensive
Neuroscience – Gaël Varoquaux  (PDF, video)

14:40    –    Round Table (Speakers + Olivier Colliot, Coordinator of Clinica
(video)

 

#Open Data/Analysis

Chair: Karim N’Diaye

15:10    –    The experience of the ICM center of neuroinformatics – Stanley Durrleman  (PDF, video)

15:30       The next frontier in Open Neuroscience: Large-scale, standardized,
brain observatories – Jérôme Lecoq  (PDF, video)

15:50    –    Round Table (Speakers)  (video)

16:20    –    Break

 

#Open Hardware

Chair: Eric Burguière

16:40       Open-source tools for electrophysiology – Jakob Voigts 
(PDF, video)

17:00       Miniature microscopes and the brain: Bridging the gap between
neuroscience and technology – Daniel Aharoni  (PDF, video)

17:20     –   Round Table (Speakers + Filipe Carvalho, Champalimaud Center) 
(video)

18:00     –   Wine and cheese cocktail

 

 

 

January 16th – Workshop

Small-group hands-on tutorial sessions will take place in different rooms of the ICM. Please apply for your preferred sessions during registration.

More information will be added to this section, but here’s a preliminary taste of the workshops and demonstrations we will provide:

Arduino 101
Miniscope  (Chronic calcium imaging)
Allen Institute atlas
Open ephys
Github
 Collaborative neuroimaging tools

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Side events including open neuroscience and art, live challenges…

LECTURERS

Daniel Aharoni

Miniscope Coordinator
UCLA, USA

Ségolène Aymé

Creator of Orphanet
Inserm – ICM, France

Colleen Campbell

Open Access 2020 Initiative
Max Planck Digital Library, Germany

Guillaume Dumas

Co-founder of the HackYourPhD community
Inst. Pasteur, France

Stanley Durrleman

Director of ICM Center for Neuroinformatics
Inria – ICM, France

Laura Fortunato

Founder Reproducible Research Oxford
Oxford Univ., UK

Jérôme Lecoq

Senior Manager OpenScope
Allen Institute, USA

Brandon Stell

CoFounder of PubPeer
CNRS – Paris Descartes, France

Gaël Varoquaux

Director of Scikit-learn
Inria – Neurospin, France

Jakob Voigts

Founder of Open ephys
MIT, USA

Bonnie Wolff-Boenisch

Head of Research Affairs
Science Europe, Belgium

INSTRUCTORS

Daniel Aharoni

UCLA, USA

Ninon Burgos

Inria – ICM, France

Jérôme Lecoq

Allen Institute, USA

Céline Hernandez

ENS, France

Marin Manuel

CNRS – Paris Descartes, France

Jakob Voigts

MIT, USA

Marine Euvrard

ICM, France

Lizbeth Mondragon

ICM, France

CHAIRS

Eric Burguière

CNRS – ICM, France

Karim N’Diaye

ICM, France

Guillaume Dumas

Inst. Pasteur, France

Célya Gruson-Daniel

CNRS – ICM, France

Céline Hernandez

ENS, France