During the hackathon, group activities will be recorded in a Wiki site. Please create sub-categorized pages and log your activities as much as possible.
Topics may cover the followings, but are not limited to:
  • Standardization of RDF data, metadata, ontologies and provenance
  • Interoperable system for interlinking database resources
  • Development of tools for automation, utilization and documentation of RDF data
  • Development of applications including visualization for Linked Open Data
  • Application of machine learning and artificial intelligence technologies on RDF data
  • Data science to grasp information from large scale and heterogeneous RDF datasets
  • Reproducible research and workflows for bioinformatics, wet biology and robotics
  • Natural language processing, literature annotation and QA system for knowledge discovery
  • Quality assessment of SPARQL endpoints, RDF data and triple stores
and the target domains may include:
  • Human genome variation, epigenomics, drugs and biomedical information
  • Other animal, plant and microbial genomics with phenotypes and orthology
  • Omics including metagenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics and glycomics
  • Any other relevant life sciences and biomedical research
Hackathon schedule:
  •  7:00-  9:00 Breakfast
  •  9:00-12:00 Hack, hack, hack
  • 12:00-13:00 Lunch
  • 13:00-18:00 Hack, hack, hack
  • 19:00-20:00 Dinner
  • 20:00-24:00 Hack and/or discussion (liquorthon)
   9:00  11:30  15:00
 Sep 11 (Mon)  Move to Morioka by Shinkansen  Move to Koiwai Farm Lunch from Morioka St. West Gate Bus Terminal  Move to Hotel and start hacking
   9:00-12:00  13:00-19:00  20:00-24:00
 Sep 12 (Tue)  Hack  Hack  Hack / discussion
 Sep 13 (Wed)  Hack  Wrap-up (intermediate)  Banquet / discussion
 Sep 14 (Thu)  Hack  Hack  Hack / discussion
 Sep 15 (Fri)  Hack  Hack, Wrap-up (overall)  Discussion
 Sep 16 (Sat)  Writethon