eLife Innovation Sprint 2020 General Application form

Personal Info
Please select all that apply.
Please list any associations with eLife, such as being a participant at a previous Sprint, an eLife Innovation Leader, Ambassador, or ECAG member, involvement in a project or initiative supported by eLife, or having worked directly with us before. This information will not affect the initial assessment of your project proposal or application, but we may take this information into account when selecting between similarly scoring projects.

Mentoring at the eLife Sprint 2020

If you have participated in the eLife Innovation Sprint before, and/or self-identify as an experienced community member (e.g. in open science, research culture and/or open-source, and had attended similar hackathons before), would you be willing to mentor a newcomer to the event?
Mentors will help onboard and guide newcomers to the Sprint. Time commitment for a mentor: an optional 1-hr remote mentorship training session in August, a 15-30 minute video conference with your mentee(s) prior to the Sprint, and meeting and checking-in with your mentee(s) during the Sprint.

Time commitment for a mentee: a 15-30 minute video conference with your mentor prior to the Sprint, and meeting and checking-in with your mentor during the Sprint. Please note that we may not be able to grant all mentorship requests – but we will try our best!
Application
In no more than 100 words, please tell us which problem(s) you would like to address in relation to research communication, research culture, open science, and/or applying the latest technologies to research.
Please check all that apply; more information on projects are available at https://sprint.elifesciences.org/projects. Your answer here mainly helps us plan – it will not be used to predetermine the project(s) you will contribute to at the event.
In no more than 200 words (not including URLs), please specify skills of relevance that you would share at the event, such as programming languages, technical skills or area of research, and listing years of experience. Include any relevant links, such as your website and/or Twitter, GitHub and/or LinkedIn pages.
In no more than 100 words, please tell us what you hope to gain from participating in the event.
In no more than 100 words (not including URLs), please share the story of an idea you have helped prototype or brought to fruition before, what you contributed and learned, and why you are proud of this. The idea does not need to relate to the scope of this event, but we are particularly interested in contributions to any open (source or science) projects!