Team

Time slot: rising sun

Johanna Bayer

Social media

Melbourne, Australia  

Kelly Garner

Q&A co-host, Project monitor

Brisbane, Australia  

Steffen Bollmann

Q&A co-host, Brainhack buddy

Australia  

Sina Mansour L.

Q&A co-host

Melbourne, Australia  

Chun-Hui Li

Q&A co-host

Taipei, Taiwan  

Cooper Smouth

Q&A co-host

Brisbane, Australia  

Ye Tian

Brainhack host

Melbourne, Australia  

Jou-An Chung

Q&A co-host

Taipei  

Time slot: atlantis

Isil Poyraz Bilgin

Brainhack Diversity Equity and Justice

UK  

Steph Noble

Social media, Brainhack Diversity Equity and Justice

New Haven, CT, USA  

Jasmine Kwasa

Website, Brainhack Diversity Equity and Justice

Pittsburgh, PA, USA  

Adina Wagner

Q&A co-host

Braunschweig, Germany  

Hao-Ting Wang

Q&A co-host

UK  

Pradeep Reddy Raamana

Q&A co-host

Toronto, Canada  

Stefano Moia

Brainhack buddy

Donostia, Spain  

JC Noble

Brainhack Diversity Equity and Justice

Stockholm, Sweden  

Danielle Kurtin

Q&A co-host

UK  

Gisela Govaart

Q&A co-host

Leipzig, Germany  

Fede Raimondo

Q&A co-host

Belgium  

Avinash Kalyani

Brainhack host

Magdeburg, Germany  

Surendra Maharjan

Brainhack host

Kathmandu, Nepal  

Ishi Tandon

Brainhack host

India  

Open Science SIG Fellows

Stephan Heunis

Reproducible workflows

FZ J├╝lich-INM7  

Marta Topor

Community building

University of Surrey  

Martina G. Vilas

Machine learning & Data visualization

Max Planck Institute  

Sina Mansour L.

Machine learning & Data visualization

University of Melbourne  

Jivesh Ramduny

Community building

Trinity College Dublin  

Han Zhang

Version control & Code testing

A*STAR Research  

Seyma Bayrak

Reproducible workflows

Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences  

Eva Lancaster

Version control & Code testing

Virginia Commonwealth University  

Sid Chopra

Machine learning & Data visualization

Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health  

Sin Kim

Version control & Code testing

Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology  

About the Open-Science Special Interest Group

The OHBM Open Science SIG mission is to advance neuroimaging research by fostering the open sharing of ideas, data, and tools between members of the OHBM community. This will be accomplished by organizing educational events, supporting collaborative initiatives, and providing mentorship to junior researchers.As with previous years, our three main contributions to the OHBM annual meetings are:

  1. organizing a Brainhack to precede the annual meeting
  2. introducing the tools of open science via interactive tutorials as part of the TrainTrack
  3. facilitating collaborative work on a wide range of open science projects

This year the event is happening virtually, and we look forward to this opportunity to reach out to a larger and more diverse audience and to introduce a number of innovations that will enhance virtual collaborations!

Organizers

Matteo Mancini

Hackathon Co-chair

Tibor Auer

Hackathon Co-chair

Aki Nikolaidis

OS SIG Chair

Katie Bottenhorn

OS SIG Secretary

Tristan Glatard

OS SIG Treasurer

Eva Alonso Ortiz

Open Science Room Co-organizer

Gabriel Gonzalez-Escamilla

Open Science Room Co-organizer

Sofie Valk

Volunteer Coordinator

Melvin Selim Atay

Inclusivity Officer

Camille Maumet

Past OS SIG Chair

Ana Van Gulick

Past OS SIG Secretary

Eugene Duff

Past OS SIG Treasurer

Janine Bijsterbosch

OS SIG Chair Elect

Johanna Bayer

OS SIG Secretary Elect

Benjamin De Leener

OS SIG Treasurer Elect

Pierre Bellec

OHBM Council Liason