CodeJam#10 2019

EBRAINS - Integration and Workflows

26-28 November 2019 | Heidelberg, Germany

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAQs & ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

Heidelberg by plane

Heidelberg does not have its own airport, but because of its location between Frankfurt and Stuttgart, it is easily accessible by train, shuttle, rental car, or taxi.

Heidelberg by train

The main train station (Hauptbahnhof) in Heidelberg is centrally located, and it has service to both regional towns and major cities, making it easy to get to Heidelberg from anywhere in the country.

To find prices for the different trains and routes, visit the English section of the . Here you can plan your route and order tickets, as well as get information on other special offers that the D Bahn is offering. 

The D Bahn also offers “Rail&Fly”, a special package purchased through your airline which adds rail passes to your airline ticket.

From the Frankfurt Airport:

The S-Bahn, regional and local trains leave the Frankfurt airport from Terminal 1, Level 1, platforms 1 – 3.

From the Stuttgart Airport:

The S-Bahn leaves the Stuttgart airport from Terminal 1, Level 1.

Heidelberg by shuttle transport

Lufthansa Airlines’ shuttle service from Frankfurt to Heidelberg is open for everyone, with Lufthansa passengers receiving a discount. Tickets can be reserved directly from the shuttle company by email or over the phone during business hours.

Address

Marsilius-Kolleg

Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1

69120 Heidelberg

 

Directions

By car from the Autobahn

At the Autobahnkreuz Heidelberg from the Autobahn A5, or at the Autobahnkreuz Mannheim from the A6, change onto the A656 towards Heidelberg. At the end of the Autobahn, turn left into the direction of Neuenheim/Universitätsklinikum, then turn right on Vangerowstraße. Merge directly into the right of the two lanes. Drive underneath the Neckar Bridge (Ernst Walz Brücke). Drive right, directly onto the bridge, and cross the Neckar river. Merge directly into the left lane. After the bridge, take an immediate left onto Jahnstraße. In 50 meters, the street will take a bend to the right. Then, in approximately 100 meters, you will find the entrance to the visitor parking lot 22 (P 22).

It is extremely difficult to find a parking space in Neuenheimer Feld, so we reccommend that you leave your car at the aforementioned visitor parking lot at the endtrance to Neuenheimer Feld, and from there, to walk approximately 8 minutes to the Marsilius Kolleg. You must pay for a parking space.

Don’t forget: the ticket must be paid at the window beforehand (either in the front at the gate or by the surgery) in order to be able to exit through the gate.

 

With public transportation from the Heidelberg Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof)

From the main train station, enter bus number 32 towards Neuenheim, Kopfklinik. Exit at the stop „Uni-Campus“. You can also enter bus number 37 towards Sportzentrum Nord. Exit at the stop "Uni-Campus". Please make sure, that you check the timetable for possible changes. The Marsilius Kolleg is on the opposite side of the street from the bus stop, in the Marsilius Arkaden 130.1.

If you are taking the tram, use either number 21 or 24 (toward Handschuhsheim). Exit at the stop “Jahnstraße”. Cross the Berliner Straße toward Neuenheimer Feld. Follow Jahnstraße, which will bend toward the right in approximately 50 meters. Turn left on Kirschnerstraße and follow it approximately 350 meters, until you reach the Marsilius Arkaden on the left side (Im Neuenheimer Feld 130).

 

Entrance to the Marsilius Kolleg

The Marsilius Kolleg is located in the north tower of the Marsilius Arkaden (130.1), which is the foremost building on the complex. It lies obliquely opposite the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). The building entrance is on the left, on the east side (towards the campus entrance). In the entryway you will find a sign with directions.

Address

Marsilius-Kolleg

Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1

69120 Heidelberg

 

Directions

By car from the Autobahn

At the Autobahnkreuz Heidelberg from the Autobahn A5, or at the Autobahnkreuz Mannheim from the A6, change onto the A656 towards Heidelberg. At the end of the Autobahn, turn left into the direction of Neuenheim/Universitätsklinikum, then turn right on Vangerowstraße. Merge directly into the right of the two lanes. Drive underneath the Neckar Bridge (Ernst Walz Brücke). Drive right, directly onto the bridge, and cross the Neckar river. Merge directly into the left lane. After the bridge, take an immediate left onto Jahnstraße. In 50 meters, the street will take a bend to the right. Then, in approximately 100 meters, you will find the entrance to the visitor parking lot 22 (P 22).

It is extremely difficult to find a parking space in Neuenheimer Feld, so we reccommend that you leave your car at the aforementioned visitor parking lot at the endtrance to Neuenheimer Feld, and from there, to walk approximately 8 minutes to the Marsilius Kolleg. You must pay for a parking space.

Don’t forget: the ticket must be paid at the window beforehand (either in the front at the gate or by the surgery) in order to be able to exit through the gate.

 

With public transportation from the Heidelberg Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof)

From the main train station, enter bus number 32 towards Neuenheim, Kopfklinik. Exit at the stop „Uni-Campus“. You can also enter bus number 37 towards Sportzentrum Nord. Exit at the stop "Uni-Campus". Please make sure, that you check the timetable for possible changes. The Marsilius Kolleg is on the opposite side of the street from the bus stop, in the Marsilius Arkaden 130.1.

If you are taking the tram, use either number 21 or 24 (toward Handschuhsheim). Exit at the stop “Jahnstraße”. Cross the Berliner Straße toward Neuenheimer Feld. Follow Jahnstraße, which will bend toward the right in approximately 50 meters. Turn left on Kirschnerstraße and follow it approximately 350 meters, until you reach the Marsilius Arkaden on the left side (Im Neuenheimer Feld 130).

 

Entrance to the Marsilius Kolleg

The Marsilius Kolleg is located in the north tower of the Marsilius Arkaden (130.1), which is the foremost building on the complex. It lies obliquely opposite the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ). The building entrance is on the left, on the east side (towards the campus entrance). In the entryway you will find a sign with directions.

 

 

The goal of the CodeJam workshops is to catalyze open-source, collaborative software development in computational and systems neuroscience and neuroinformatics by bringing together researchers, students and engineers to share ideas, present their work, and write code together.
While the mornings are dedicated to invited and contributed talks, the afternoons are free for discussions, tutorials and code sprints.

This year's theme is "Integration". It is aimed to gather scientists, students and engineers from different disciplines collaborating to build a highly integrated research infrastructure for computation-based neuroscience, and to show how this infrastructure can be used to model brain circuits, behaviour and learning, develop novel bio-inspired computing systems, and help discover new drugs for neurological disorders.

 

Registration is closed, the workshop is fully booked. Please use the opportunity to register to the other EBRAINS Brain Days workshops!

 

Combine this event with other HBP-related training activities!

This event is part of the HBP EBRAIN Brain Days taking place in Heidelberg from 25-28 November 2019.

These events will share coffee and lunch breaks and offer ample opportunities to get a deeper insight into the HBP Platforms and services.

 

Draft Programme.

 

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

 

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Andrew Davison | French National Centre for Scientific Research, France
Luca L. Bologna | Italian National Research Council, Italy
Alexander Dietz | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne, Switzerland
Bernd Schuller | Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
Evita Mailli | National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Eric Müller | Heidelberg University, Germany
Egidio Falotico | Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, Italy
Martina Schmalholz | Heidelberg University, Germany
 

ORGANISERS

Martina Schmalholz | Heidelberg University, Germany

Education Programme Office | Medical University Innsbruck, Austria

training-support@humanbrainproject.eu

 

ABOUT THE VENUE                                                                

HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY                                                
Marsilius-College
Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1
69120 Heidelberg

 

The CodeJam#10 2019 will take place at the Marsilius College of the Heidelberg University. The mission of the Marsilius College is to built bridges between academic cultures and serves well as venue for this interdisciplinary coding event.

The venue offers one big plenary room fo the morning sessions and together with a seminar room will be used also for the afternoon hands-on and coding sessions.

The Heidelberg University has just once again awarded the title of "University of Excellence" (19 July 2019) with its concept of a Comprehensive Research University.