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The 3rd SBML Hackathon

National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation ("MeSci" / Miraikan)
May 9–10, 2005

Held in Tokyo, Japan, the third SBML Hackathon was organized and hosted by The Systems Biology Institute,the Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project (ERATO-SORST) and Caltech.

SBML Hackathons are annual meetings of developers of SBML software, tools, and other resources and facilities. Like others in the series, this Hackathon was a hands-on work session that provided an opportunity to discuss software interoperability and other practical matters involving SBML.


List of attendees


Software projects represented


Supplementary Materials


Meeting wiki

Support for the 3rd SBML Hackathon was generously provided by the following organizations:

Additional corporate sponsorship was provided by:




Agenda

Arrival days (Saturday/Sunday, May 7–8)

Day 1 (Monday, May 9)

Time Activity
07:45–08:30 Breakfast at the hotel
08:30–09:00 Transportation to MeSci, set up computers
09:00–09:20 Introduction by organizers
09:20–09:30 Regrouping into rooms 1 & 2
09:30–12:00 Hacking
12:00–13:30 Lunch (self-funded)
13:30–18:00 Hacking
18:00–21:00 Dinner (self-organized)


Day 2 (Tuesday, May 10)

Time Activity
07:45–08:30 Breakfast at the hotel
08:30–09:00 Transportation to MeSci
09:00–09:10 Agenda update by organizers
09:10–11:00 Break-out discussions
11:00–12:00 Hacking
12:00–13:30 Lunch (self-funded)
13:30–18:00 Hacking
18:00–18:30 Transportation to dinner location
18:30–20:30 Dinner on tour boat (provided by organizers)
20:30–21:00 Transportation to hotel
21:00 Adjourn

Additional days

Continued to work at MeSci, or visit SBI lab.

Location

Accommodations

1-9-2 Higashi Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 105-0021, Japan
tel: +81-(0)3 3569-2220 fax: +81-(0)3 3569-2111
  • Time: From JR Shinbashi Station: 6min walk. From Yurikamome Shiodome station: 1min walk.
  • Getting to the Venue: travelers took Yurikamome-line from Shiodome station, 15min to Fune-no-Kagakukan station. From there, 5min walk to the Museum.

Breakfast was included as part of the accommodation on the mornings of the May 8th to 10th.

Lunches and coffee were provided on May 9th and 10th.

The formal dinner on May 9th was provided by the organizers.

Transportation

To and from airports

Narita Airport to the hotel (about 1 hour 45 min):

Within Tokyo

Other notes

Contacts

Akira Funahashi Yukiko Matsuoka Michael Hucka Miraikan
funa at symbio.jst.go.jp myukiko at symbio.jst.go.jp mhucka at caltech.edu
Tel: 81 3 5468 1661 Fax: 81 3 5468 1664 Tel: 626 395 6911 Tel: 81 3 3570-9151
The Systems Biology Institute
Kitano Symbiotic Systems Project
6-31-15 Jingumae, M31 6A,
Shibuya, Tokyo,
JAPAN
Control & Dynamical Systems, 107-81
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, California 91125
USA
National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
2-41, Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo,
JAPAN

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