Oct21Virtual2:00pm - 3:00pmInstructions: Meeting ID: 978 5998 6393
Carney Methods Meetups are informal gatherings focused on methods for brain science, moderated by Jason Ritt, Carney’s scientific director of quantitative neuroscience. Mete Tunca, associate director of research systems and services in Brown’s Center for Computation and Visualization, will join Ritt in an open discussion about data storage and management challenges produced by increasingly large experimental data sets, such as produced by fluorescence imaging, multichannel electrode recordings, fMRI, bioinformatics, and behavioral videos.
Experimentalists need to choose wisely between options ranging from local hard drive stacks, university servers (e.g. Isilon or Stronghold), and/or commercial cloud providers, but often with limited guidance for the diverse sources and uses of data across brain science.
Please direct questions to Jason Ritt.
Notes from previous Meetups are available online.
Please note, this workshop requires you to be logged into Zoom through your Brown account.