ConnectoScope is an interdisciplinary project to research novel visualization and interaction techniques for complex brain networks.
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- Benjamin Bach (main contact), Microsoft Research - Inria Joint Center
- Nathalie Henry-Riche, Microsoft Research (Redmond)
- Roland Fernandez, Microsoft Research (Redmond)
- Jean-Daniel Fekete, Inria (Saclay)
- Tobias Isenberg, Inria (Saclay)
- Bongshin Lee, Microsoft Research (Redmond)
- Saleema Amershi, Microsoft Research (Redmond)
- Tara Madhyastha, IBIC, University of Washington (Seattle)
- Thomas J. Grabowski, IBIC, University of Washington (Seattle)
- Tim Dwyer, Monash University (Melboune)
- Alex Fornito, Monash University (Melbourne)
- Basak Alper, UCSB (Santa Barbara)
- Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary
- Shixia Liu, Microsoft Research Asia
- Weiwei Cui, Microsoft Research Asia
- Sohaib Ghani, former intern, Microsoft Research Redmond
- Beom-Seok Oh, former intern, Microsoft Research Redmond
- Xiting Wang, former intern, Microsoft Research Asia
Visualization and Human-Computer Interaction
In the recent years, The Microsoft Research Redmond neXus working group and Inria Aviz project team have shown that their techniques were extremely effective to visualize social networks as well as brain connectivity data.
In this project neXus and Aviz want to further explore the generic issues raised by network visualization and the more specific ones for the domains of social network visualization and brain connectivity visualization as two major application domains for this field of work.