The Cosmos project and the CosmoNote citizen science platform will be featured at the European Research Council’s Annual Event, Citizen Science and Frontier Research. The hybrid event (register to attend!) opens with remarks by the ERC President Maria Leptin, and presentations by Citizen Science leaders Mordechai Haklay (participatory geographical mapping), Josefa Gonzalez (adaptation genomics), and Frans Snik (measurements of water and air pollution).
Representing Cosmos and CosmoNote (structure annotation in music and linked biosignals), Elaine Chew joins Mina Palmroth (space environment simulation), Stefania Milan (digital technology and political participation/governance), Kris Verheyen (biodiversity in forests and agriculture), Sarah Lebeer (vaginal ecology and women’s health) on sharing experiences with citizen science moderated by Angela Liberatore, Head of the ERCEA Scientific Department.
Access the CosmoNote citizen science platform at cosmonote.isd.kcl.ac.uk
The latest addition to CosmoNote, Stolen Rhythms : Music of ECGs of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation, with expert annotations of these ECGs, and Arrhythmia Suite 3, will be part of the accompanying exhibition at the ERCEA. To accommodate the sound, CosmoNote will be stationed in its own room.
Our cardiologist collaborator Professor Pier Lambiase (University College London / St. Bartholomew’s Hospital) has kindly provided some example annotations of the Stolen Rhythms ECGs.