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DBCLS Biohackathon 2010
The 3rd DBCLS BioHackathon for interpreting biological knowledge with Semantic Web technologies will be held during 2010/2/ 8-12 in Japan.
About the Hackathon
The hackathon (hacking + marathon) basically is a camp where invited participants discuss about current issues and implement software to solve the problems on site collaboratively. This kind of meeting is very effective for the intensive development of projects, because face-to-face meeting of developers, who are usually spread around the world, accelerates communication and collaboration to exchange their ideas. BioHackathon 2010 is sponsored by the Database Center for Life Science ( DBCLS) and Computational Biology Research Center ( CBRC).
- DBCLS BioHackathon 2010 http://hackathon3.dbcls.jp/
- DBCLS BioHackathon 2009 http://hackathon2.dbcls.jp/
- DBCLS BioHackathon 2008 http://hackathon.dbcls.jp/
- DBCLS http://dbcls.rois.ac.jp/en/
The DBCLS is a national center responsible for sustainable life science databases in Japan.
BioHackathon 2010 は日本国内からの参加者を募集中です。 予算の都合により今年度の国内参加者は招待制ではありませんが、今回の開催趣旨に賛同頂ける研究者・開発者の方々の積極的なご参加をお願い致します。 また、世界トップレベルの開発者と最先端の課題についてディスカッションできる絶好の機会ですので、将来を担う若手研究者・学生の参加枠も設ける予定です。
- Targeted queries to be resolved by Semantic Web technologies.
- Lists currently available and still missing datasets (as Linked Data / RDF) to resolve the above queries?
- Open Bio* -- "creating generic-yet-usable end user tools that work directly with the RDF graph data model"
- To realize semantic search framework
- To establish High-performance storage system for semantic data
- To federate Linked Data
- To use, reuse, mashup and mix the biological data on Semantic Web
- how to re-organize existing databases
- how to semantically annotate data (id, link, ontology)
- how to store and search triples
- how to utilize triples in open bio*
- how to query biological questions and get results
- how to scale for large amount of data
- how to utilize via web services
- how to visualize (what kind of user interface is required)
- CBRC (Odaiba, Tokyo)
- [ Access] - for the 1st day (Symposium and reception)
- DBCLS (Nezu, Tokyo)
- [ Access] - rest of the days (hack, hack, hack)
- Annotated Google Maps and KML file for Google Earth are available:
- Mailing list
- biohack3 (at) kml.dbcls.jp ( Archive)
- Live streaming
- Official hash tag
- #biohackathon2010 -- official hash tag for twitter, citeulike and so on.
- Seems somewhat longer. If it is not actively used yet, how about #biohack3 (which is same as the name of mailing list).
- Social networks
- SVN repository
What should you bring with you?
- Laptop computer and conversion plug for your AC adaptor (identical to the US type; 100 volt)
- Local liquor as always (for the Liquorthon at night or for the reception :-)
- LinkedIn account to share your contact address (please link yourself at Participants)
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