Vathes LLC is now doing business as DataJoint NEURO

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Vathes offers a comprehensive and transparent data management solution for science labs and multi-lab collaborations, spanning the entire life cycle of data from project planning, to acquisition and processing, to distributed computation and publishing.

Vathes was founded in 2016, to provide support for and build data hosting service based on DataJoint enabling distributed teams of scientists to work with the same data transparently and efficiently.

DataJoint is an open source framework for building data pipelines in MATLAB, Python, and other scientific programming environments.

With DataJoint, science labs may build and share powerful data pipelines with efficient investment of time and resources.

DataJoint solves common data challenges and allows labs to focus on what they do best.

Vathes provides consulting services to science labs to configure their data processing pipelines, develop custom interfaces, and publish data.

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Open Source at GitHub

Tutorials at tutorials.datajoint.io

Documentation at docs.datajoint.io

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Edgar Y. Walker, PhD


Dimitri Yatsenko, PhD

VP, Research and Development

Camila Lopez

Project Manager

Jake Reimer, PhD

Application Specialist

Andreas Tolias, PhD

Scientific and Business Consultant

Maho Sasaki

Front-end Web Developer

Chris Turner

Product Engineer

Shan Shen, PhD

Data Scientist

Thinh Nguyen, PhD

Data Scientist

Raphael Guzman

Software Engineer


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Vathes welcomes Raphael Guzman, a University of Houston Alumnus, who joins the company in the role of Software Engineer. As a technical professional with 10 years in software and network engineering, Raphael brings proficiency in Web Services, IoT, Edge appliance development, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Finite Element Modeling. Among other projects, Raphael will join forces with the DataJoint library development team, in particular driving the MATLAB development forward.