open and reproducible neuroscience using python

Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics, Frankfurt

May 28 - 30, 2018

What?Who?When & Where?

Gain Skills

Learn about open and reproducible neuroscience methods and how to apply them using python.

Get Involved

Become an active part of a fun & fast growing movement.

Be Social

Meet researchers from a variety of backgrounds and career stages. Get to know them and their projects


Bring everything you've learned to your home institution.

Registration for the workshop is closed now! We will send an email to the participants!

The 2018 "open and reproducible neuroscience using python" workshop is organized by Peer Herholz, Michael Notter, Dejan Draschkow & Jona Sassenhagen. The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers with disparate backgrounds to learn about open and reproducible neuroscience.

Dates: May 28-30, 2018

Costs: completely free (through the support of our awesome sponsors!)

Location: Frankfurt, Germany.


Michael Notter

Michael is in the middle of his PhD in cognitive neuroscience at the University of Lausanne. He got first in contact with python, nipype and openscience seven years ago and is a huge fan of them ever since. If he's not writing another guide for something, he's probably taking care of his daughter or eating chocolate.

Peer Herholz

Peer is currently doing his PhD in cognitive and computational neuroscience at the Phillips-University Marburg. He became active in the open science movement through the brainhack series. His playlists feature everything from Taylor Swift to the weirdest post-rock/drone-doom you've ever heard.

Dejan Draschkow

Just recently finished his PhD, but already working as a substitute professor, Dejan's work at the Goethe University focuses on the way memory representations are modulated by naturalistic behavior in real and virtual enviroments. One can usually find him wearing virtual reality headsets and rapping in the lecture hall.

Jona Sassenhagen

Jona has a PhD in Linguistics and is currently working as a Postdoc at the Goethe Uni’s psychology department’s cognitive neuroscience lab. He's a core member of the MNE-Python developer team. Also he likes Star Trek more than Star Wars.

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The 2018 "open and reproducible neuroscience using python" workshop is generously sponsored by: