BrainCloud

BrainCloud aims to provide relevant benefits to the neuroscience community by focusing on improving visibility and cooperation between researchers in many ways. It focuses on visualizing scientists’ social activities rather than displaying only scientific publications. It aims to develop an interface to provide a direct mapping between current neuroscience social networks and human brain atlases. The tool aims at a deeper impact on social interaction and social visibility. The first prototype of BrainCloud provides a system to locate information such as user’s messages, notes, or links to papers. It offers main features such as:

• To create and maintain and explore a network of researchers with affinity.
• To create and maintain and explore a brain atlas of messages, notes, or links to papers.
• To update researchers on current activities depending on the preferred area of interest.
• To follow specific researchers activities.
• To offer visibility and handle open discussions on specific topics of temporary relevance.

In collaboration with:
Alvaro Cassinelli
Philippe Pinel
Aud Sissel Hoel
Annamaria Carussi

Developed during a research visit at the at the Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory the University of Tokyo, funded by Q2S and Picturing The Brain.

 

 

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