Dates: 26-30 June, 2017
Location: Seattle, WA, USA
HARMONY is a hackathon-type meeting, with a focus on development of the standards, interoperability and infrastructure. There are generally not many general discussions or oral presentations during HARMONY; instead, the time is devoted to allowing hands-on hacking and interaction between people focused on practical development of software and standards.
Harmony 2017 takes place at the University of Washington (UW, and commonly called "U-Dub") in Seattle, Washington.
Registration is now open! Register through Eventbrite.
Financial aid is available for students while funds permit. Please fill out this application to be considered. Please DO NOT register until after your application is approved. We will send you a confirmation code to allow you to register for free. Email any questions to Kyle Medley, medjk (at) comcast.net.
If financial aid is not possible, students enrolled at a university are still eligible for a special discount rate.
Late registration carries a fee of $50 starting May 12th.
We have reserved a block of rooms at University Inn from Sunday, June 25th to Friday, June 30th. The hotel is located at about 10 min walk from the venue.
To book with special pricing:
- Go to University Inn website
- Click reservations
- Put in check in and check out date and click book now
- Put 170625UWDE in "Group Code" section under "Special Codes" tab
- Proceed through "check availability"
Please note that the availability is limited. Online booking code will only work for contracted room nights, so if you wish to arrive earlier then Sunday, June 25th or leave after Friday, June 30th, please contact University Inn and reserve through emailing "email@example.com" or calling "866-866-7977" and let them know you are attending HARMONY event.
Additional options for accommodation can be found through following websites:
Below is a map of the UW campus. Harmony will be held in the William H. Foege Bioengineering building.
- Herbert Sauro
- J Kyle Medley
- Kiri Choi
- Yosef Bedaso
- Gary Bader, University of Toronto, Canada.
- Martin Golebiewski, Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS), Germany.
- Michael Hucka, California Institute of Technology, USA.
- Nicolas Le Novère, Babraham Institute, UK.
- Chris J. Myers, University of Utah, USA
- David Nickerson, University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Falk Schreiber, Monash University, Australia
- Dagmar Waltemath, University of Rostock, Germany
Contact for scientific organization: Combine Coordination