GSOC Mid term

All except one of the GSOC projects passed successfully the mdi-term evaluation in the Google Summer of Code program.   The Active Segmentation plugin in addition was presented on the INCF booth at FENS in Berlin . The schedule can be found here:  

GSOC 2018 participation

The Belgian node will support the development of three Google Summer of Code projects in 2018. Student developers Sanjeev Dubey   Modular Machine Learning and Classification Toolbox for ImageJ ImageJ is an open source Image Processing library written in Java which is being extensively used by people working in Life and Material sciences. ImageJ supports various… Read more »


Google has initiated a GSOC meetup on 3rd Feb for  FOSDEM in Brussels. The meeting took place in a popular bar next to  the landmark Grand Place in Brussels. It was a great opportunity for different open source  communities to interact.  INCF was represented informality by Dimiter Prodanov from the Belgian INCF node.

BeNet 2017

The 7th edition of the Belgian Network Research Meeting (BeNet) took place in Ghent on 6th Dec. This annual meeting is a place for the Belgium-based researchers interested in the network paradigm to meet and communicate their results and perspectives. Daniele Marinazzo, from  UGent hosted the meeting.  Dimiter Prodanov from Imec presented a poster on fractional… Read more »

GSOC 2017 completed

The  GSOC 2017 was successfully completed by  Mukesh Gupta.  The aim of the project was to provide the general purpose environment that allows biologists and other domain experts to use  state-of-the-art techniques in machine learning to improve   segmentation of objects in different types of images.  The project was completed under the supervision of  Dimiter Prodanov  (Belgian INCF Node  Fellow)… Read more »

Clifford package demo

The  Clifford package was successfully demonstrated on the second Alterman Summer School at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy of Sofia (Bulgaria). This was the third demonstration after AGACSE 2015 and the Alterman Summer School in  Brasov (Romania). The package has been developed in the popular computer algebra system Maxima. Project page can be reached… Read more »

Postdoc in computational modeling of brain networks

The Stanford Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience Laboratory invites applications for postdoctoral fellowships in brain network modeling and analysis. We seek candidates with strong research backgrounds in one or more of the following areas: resting-state fMRI, DTI, functional and structural brain connectivity analysis, and network modeling. This is an exciting opportunity to work on NIH- and… Read more »

Call for paper F1000

The INCF Neuroinformatics gateway on F1000Research will publish an article series on open neuroscientific methods, software, data descriptions and training approaches in advance of the this year’s Neuroinformatics Congress. The submission deadline is Aug 7th with articles being publicized by both us and the INCF before, during and after the Congress (Aug 20-21st). The gateway… Read more »


BrainHack@Ghent will take place on April 12-13th at the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Ghent. The event is now accepted as part of the Doctoral Training Programme. This means that PhD students in Psychology and Life Sciences can include BrainHack in their curriculum. Brainhack? The purpose of BrainHack is to bring together brain enthusiasts with varying backgrounds and… Read more »

Call for seed funding proposals for Training and Education Activities

The INCF Training and Education Committee will award funding to facilitate the development of training materials that align with INCF’s mission and strategic objectives. Funding will drive forward the development of training materials, such as tutorials, demos, use of open data, and video recording of courses, and support the inclusion of neuroinformatics-related instruction in existing… Read more »