Thanks to all who gave talks & helped out on our symposium on Open Source Hardware for neuroscience research last week at FENS2018. Thanks especially to Andre for jumping in as the chair (Tom’s flight was cancelled), and to Maxime for spontaneously demonstrating Spikeling!

In the spirit of openness, here are the slides as pdfs:

Introduction and Spikeling (Tom Baden in absentia)

Open Neuroscience (Andre Maia Chagas, University of Sussex, UK)

The GOSH Roadmap: (Jenny Molloy, University of Cambridge, UK)

Open Hardware and Global research Capacity building (pdf pending)

Open Neuroscience for the 99% (pdf pending)


Next, the German-language Radiostation Deutschlandfunk did a very nice piece on the event:


Finally, here are some pics: