CADRE, is a two-year project to develop, seed, and maintain a cloud-based, extendable cyberinfrastructure for sharing large academic library data resources. Join the discussion on how the data can be leveraged to enhance your own research.
The Social Infrastructure of Autism Intervention: How Multi-System Networks Shape Outcomes for Children with ASD
Dr. Hassrick will talk about her research efforts to use multi-nodal social network analysis to investigate multi-team systems for children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Discussions of the modeling of network games.
A ongoing study of network visualization comprehension and literacy
IUNI is exploring hosting a local copy of the 1200 Subjects Data Release of the Human Connectome Project, a roughly 80 terabyte resource of difussion and anatomical data of healthy young adult brains. This Open Science Forum will be used to consult with potential users of such a resource to find what sort of IT support they need to make best use of this resource.
All are welcome to attend and webconference access will be available.
Connected Health: Using Technology to Leverage the Power of Ego Networks for Health Communication and Cancer Care in Underserved Populations
Dr. Eddens will talk about OpenEddi, an innovative, mobile-based, interactive software program designed specifically for field collection of network data.