INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 2022: Registration & abstract submission are now open!

We’re happy to announce that the INCF Neuroinformatics Assembly 2022 is scheduled to take place virtually on September 12-16! The Assembly is a unique venue where neuroscience standards developers, infrastructure providers, and software developers have the opportunity to interact with the research community to share the latest advancements in neuroinformatics. INCF Assembly 2022 will be hosted on the Gather platform.

Register here!

Who should attend? If you fit into either of the categories below you don’t want to miss the INCF Assembly!

  • Neuroscience and/or neuroinformatics researchers interested in learning how to implement FAIR data management and sharing practices in their research, tools, and infrastructures.
  • Standards developers, infrastructure providers, and software developers interested in learning about the latest advancements in the state of the art, increasing community adoption of their infrastructures and software, improving their craft, and those dedicated to working collaboratively with the community to develop solutions that support open, FAIR neuroscience.

This year we are covering the following topics:

  • FAIR data & workflows
  • Computational neuroscience
  • Digital brain atlasing
  • EEG
  • Neuroimaging
  • Diversity & inclusion in neuroinformatics

Find all session descriptions here

Important dates:

  • Registration opens: April 8
  • Abstract submission opens: April 8
  • Abstract submission closes: May 9
  • Assembly: September 12-16

This year’s Assembly will include keynotes, workshops, tools and infrastructure demonstrations, investigator presentations from selected abstracts, and poster presentations.

New this year is a new platform for a type of “speed dating” for neuroscientists and neuroinformaticians, we have partnered with Zoohuddle to improve the virtual poster presentation experience. Via Zoohuddle, participants will be able to submit abstracts, review other abstracts, and rank other abstracts based on who they would most like to meet. Each abstract submitter will then receive a schedule of 1-1 “huddles.”