Registration: NWB:N User Days 2019
On May 13-16, 2019 we'll have our 6th NWB:N User Days and Developer Hackathon. This is joint event; the first two days are the NWB:N User Days focused on user training, adoption, and use cases and the second two days are reserved for the NWB:N Developer Hackathon. Separate registration are required for the two events. This form is for registration for the user days. The event will begin early in the morning on May 13, i.e., if you are attending the user days, please plan to arrive on May 12 and depart on May 14 after the social.

Location: HHMI Janelia Research Campus, 19700 Helix Dr, Ashburn, VA 20147

Event Website:

Housing: Housing will be onsite on the Janelia research campus. HHMI will handle hotel reservations on behalf of the participants. Once attendance has been confirmed we will contact you to collect additional information regarding your travel details.

Travel: Travel support is being provided by the Kavli foundation. As housing will be onsite on the Janelia research campus, travel support is intended for flights (not housing). Funds available to support attendee travel are limited! Travel arrangements must be pre-approved by the Foundation’s Executive Assistant. For details see

Space at the event is limited. We will confirm registration for participants after registration closes on Mar. 1, 2019.

Email address *
Personal Details
The GitHub Username will be used to add you to the GitHub organization to allow you to contribute to the hackathons GitHub repository and communicate with hackathon attendees via the GitHub forum.
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Organization *
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GitHub Username
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Would you like to attend the NWB:N Social (Tuesday May 14, 2019 in the afternoon) *
Dietary restrictions *
Professional Details
Please help us make the most of the event by providing us with a few additional details about how your neurodata and how you are using it.
Which software tools are you using to interact with your data? *
Which data modalities are you using?
Which programming languages are you using to interact with your data?
What is your interest in NWB:N?
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Which projects are you planing to use NWB:N for?
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How are you using NWB:N?
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What would you like to achieve at the event?
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