Euro 2016 Hackathon

OpenTox Hackathon on Case-driven Data Analysis

 
Hackathon Program

Monday, 24 October, 2016
08.30 Registration and Networking Reception
08:45 Welcome, Discussion of the Cases, Datasets and Workshop Organisation Including the Results from the Hackathon in Baltimore and Virtual Hackathons, facilitated by Barry Hardy (Douglas Connect; President, OpenTox Association) and Thomas Exner (Douglas Connect)
10:00 First Breakout Working Sessions
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Second Breakout Working Sessions
19:00 Discussion of Tasks, Virtual Assignments
20:00 Social Reception

Tuesday, 25 October, 2016
ALL DAY Additional Breakout Workshop Sessions in Smaller Groups in parallel to Nano Modelling Workshop

Hackathon Objectives:

1) To organise a “Bring the data” workshop and to work on it together to support case-driven analysis aimed towards impact in the area of application and acceptance of alternatives-based evidence for read across, evidence-based and ab initio based risk assessment purposes;
2) To bring interdisciplinary expertise together to crowd-hack scientific and software solutions on advancing case study analysis needs, ideas and results;
3) To bring together different stakeholder perspectives related to OpenTox - research, application, innovation, industry and regulatory;
4) To brainstorm the potential for collaboration, infrastructure development and value creation around an OpenTox philosophy and harmonisation, quality and open standards goals.

Format:

The workshop will provide a) case studies, b) data, c) emphasis on time to work on cases and data analysis and discussion, d) a great atmosphere to develop ideas and relationships while solving problems together.

Case studies:

Project: Working With Large Omics Data
Read Across-Based Risk Assessment for Reach
Integration into Risk Assessment of Human Omics Data Form In-Vitro Studies
USA 2016 Case Studies

Hackahton Chairs:

Thomas Exner (Douglas Connect)
Lucian Farcal (Douglas Connect)
Ahmed Abdelaziz (Douglas Connect)