Carnegie Mellon University

Bringing The Power of Machine Learning and Computer Science to Decipher Brain Function

This year's NeuroHackathon is on Monday, May 21 and Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in Newell Simon 3305.

Participants for the 2018 NeuroHackathon include undergraduate and graduate-level students representing broad disciplines across campus ranging from machine learning, statistics, language technologies, psychology and more.

Last year's contests included 51 competitors working in 10 teams from around the globe, including teams in Pittsburgh, Qatar and Rwanda campuses. The winning team brought together members from Qatar, Pakistan, Turkey and Saudi Arabia.  

Data sets include:

  • Neural Activity Across the Brain During Controlled Movement
  • Synaptic Changes in Early Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Listeners with Hearing Loss, Neural Responses and Behavior
  • Sleep and Wake Cycle

Prizes include travel awards for all members of the winning team. Swag and participation awards provided to all participants

Register now