Lessons learned in crowdsourcing, scientific data visualisation, and public engagement in science

Europe/Zurich
3179/R-E06 (CERN)

3179/R-E06

CERN

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Interested in learning about using virtual reality and crowdsourcing in science? Please join us for an after lunch talk and interactive session with Amy Robinson Sterling from Eyewire. 

Amy Robinson Sterling is the Executive Director of Eyewire, a game that crowdsources neuroscience, and upcoming brain-mapping game, Neo. Eyewire is played by a quarter million people worldwide, making it one of the largest citizen science projects in the world. Amy has advised The White House OSTP and US Congress on open innovation, and helped create the world’s first neuroscience virtual reality experience. On May 15, Amy will share lessons learned in crowdsourcing, scientific data visualization, design, and public engagement in science. Amy's bio you can find at amy.world/about

Organized by

CERN Accelerators and Technology Sector, CERN Ideasquare

    • 1:30 PM 3:00 PM
      Lessons learned in crowdsourcing, scientific data visualisation, and public engagement in science 1h 30m
      Speaker: Amy Robinson Sterling (Eyewire)