What we're about

NeuroTechSF is the San Francisco chapter of NeuroTechX (http://neurotechx.com), a global network of engineers, designers, scientists, and hackers devoted to developing brain science and neurotech for all.

If you call yourself a neurohacker, neuroengineer, neuroscientist or neurotech developer, or if you are interested to learn more about any of these topics, please join us at our next meetup!

Connect with us on Slack (https://neurotechx.herokuapp.com), Facebook at NeurotechX (https://www.facebook.com/groups/NeuroTechX/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/neurotechx)

Upcoming events (1)

NeuroTechSF Hacknight

Online event

Join us every week for online Hacknight! Newcomers always welcome. Come in anytime between 6 and 9PM PDT and let’s stay connected while we have to stay apart. We will be available to answer questions about neurotechnology and discuss recent research. Please check out NeuroTechX’s github for current projects (https://github.com/NeuroTechX/) but feel free to just drop in, learn more about what people are doing and be a part of the community. And don't forget to join our Slack channel (https://bit.ly/ntx-slack) to stay in touch and lots more. Agenda 18:00 Introductions, updates and news of the week. 18:30 John Griffiths with updates on the OpenBCI data challenge and the latest GitHub activity. Ref: https://github.com/neurotechx/eeg-notebooks 18:45 John Naulty with update us on the NeuroTechX Hardware Hub initiative. Ref: https://www.neurotechx.com/hub 19:00 Iain McIntyre, Founder and CEO of humm, will talk to us about tACS and their upcoming humm device. [highly recommend their white paper] Ref: https://thinkhumm.com Ref: https://thinkhumm.com/s/humm_white_paper.pdf Ref: https://medium.com/hummtech/how-does-tacs-work-1d0e2f67e3df 20:00 Morgan Hough will talk to us about ROS-Neuro, integrating BMI in robotics projects. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/abstract/document/8914364 https://arxiv.org/abs/2008.13485 20:30 We will look back on the various conferences and workshops of the week and if time permits, we will continue our discussion around MOABB SSVEP developments. Ref: https://www.neuroscience.ox.ac.uk/about/autumn-school-in-neuroscience Ref: https://abstracts.g-node.org/conference/BC20 Ref: https://github.com/NeuroTechX/moabb Looking forward to seeing you there.

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NeuroTechSF Hacknight

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