Author: Graham Pryor, DCC 

Published: September 2008

A study was made of the CARMEN (Code, Analysis, Repository & Modelling for e-Neuroscience) project between October 2007 and August 2008, under the Digital Curation Centre’s e-Science Liaison programme.

CARMEN, a £4.5 million, four-year e-Science pilot project funded by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), commenced on 1 October 2006.  

Its driving aspiration has been to make possible an entirely new and more effective means of conducting neurophysiological research through the introduction of technology-enabled methods for sharing experimental data.

The DCC study of CARMEN aimed to provide an understanding the data curation requirements of this sector of the active e-Science community.  It carried a dual objective to identify good practice or proven solutions whilst also informing the DCC’s own tools and services around actual needs and requirements.

Download the DCC CARMEN report (PDF) from this study.