GSOC 2022 announced

The Belgian Neuroinformatics node will participate with two project ideas announced on   GSoC 2022 Project Idea 18.2: High content image feature and classification database – 350 h and GSoC 2022 Project Idea 18.1: Deep Learning using Geometric Features – 175 h The proposals should be submitted by 19 April. The full timeline is… Read more »

Projects for GSOC 2021

The Belgian Node is pleased to announce that 2 projects – one about Active Segmentation and one about neuroimaging were selected for support by GSOC 2021. Piyumal Demotte will develop Input/Out Workflows for Active Segmentation Platform. Pranav Mahajan will develop A Python toolbox for computing high-order information in neuroimaging.

Call: Special Issue “Neuroinformatics and Signal Processing”

Dear Colleagues, Neuroinformatics stands at the intersection of neuroscience and information science. With the diversity of the data generated in neuroscience, going from the genetic and molecular level to cognitive functions and the diversity of acquisition systems, the necessity of developing software tools, ontologies, and standards to describe the data appears crucial for better integration… Read more »

Belgian Node sponsors two GSOC 2020 projects

We are pleased to announce that despite the difficulties imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic the Belgian Neuroinformatics Node is committed to its mission of developing software tools for the scientific community. This year we are sponsoring two GSOC 2020 projects:   Cell Tracking using Geometric Features by Raghavendra Singh Chauhan   Deep Learning using… Read more »

Job advert: coding engineer

Coding Engineer for controlling high-speed acquisition systems, deep learning applied to image analysis, and signal processing for the study of neuronal activity underlying the selection of behavioural sequences. Contact Dr. Claire Wyart, Paris Brain Institute, Paris If interested look at the PDF Wyart_Engineer_Data_Scientist_AcquisitionSystem_Modelling

GSOC 2019 completed successfully

Pytranslate – Maxima to Python Translator   The package pytranslate, developed in the context of Google Summer of Code 2019, is a loadable package in Maxima and provides Maxima to Python translation functionality. It was developed under the mentorship of Dimiter Prodanov and Rober Dodier as an INCF project by Lakshya A Agrawal of Indraprastha… Read more »

GSOC 2019 Project Ideas

The Belgian Neuroinformatics Node participates in GSOC 2019 with INCF. Follow us on Project ideas postings: GSoC Project Idea 11: Cell Tracking using Geometrical Features The Virtual Brain (TVB) Edu Pack for clinical case studies reports GSoC Project Idea 17: Maxima to Python translator There are also pages on the node’s website:

INCF participates in GSOC 2019

Google selected INCF as a host organization for the Summer of Code (GSOC 2019). INCF participates with 17 project ideas.  The page can be found from the link.  The program page can be accessed from the link

GSOC 2018 completed sucesfully

This year the Belgian INCF  Node proposed two projects under the Google Summer of Code 2018. Weare  happy to announce that the GSOC project Modular Machine Learning and Classification Toolbox for ImageJ (3rd iteration ) by Sanjeev Dubej was successfully completed! The project incorporated Legendre image moments and texture descriptors for the purposes of classification of different… Read more »

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 »