From October 22-26, 2018, we will be hosting an AFNI Bootcamp at NIH campus in Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
There will be the usual 4.5 day AFNI classes Monday-Friday of that week. Additionally, students may opt to attend alternative lectures on that same Monday for the “DTI Breakout” session, taught in conjuction with the TORTOISE group and Joelle Sarlls.
The Bootcamp is free to attend, though students must pay any travel/accommodation/food/etc. expenses that they require on their own. Registration, schedule, maps and other practical information can be found here:
Additionally, students must bring their own laptops-- no computers are provided, and students must install all software and datasets before the start of the workshop. More details about this will be provided closer to the Bootcamp time.
The workshop is hands-on for looking at lots of data with AFNI and SUMA throughout the week, and having a laptop (and proper setup) is highly recommended. There is also a nice introduction to basic Unix shell syntax (ls, mkdir, cd, etc.) and command line usage which is also highly recommended for users to be comfortable with before attending-- see:
It might just save your life one day.
If you register initially and then decide that you can no longer attend later, please email us to let us know, so we maintain an accurate count for our space-estimation purposes.