About

Banto is a non-profit community project for academic human centered research. It's goal is to ease the life of researchers by providing an efficient software solution that manages participants and research equipment so that you can do what you like best: research.

Participant recruitment

Get your participants for your research faster by posting your experiment online.

Equipment booking

banto will book all the equipment that you need for your research for you.

User and Student management

Assign roles to users, manage student participation credit, login using your LDAP system.

Sharing

Collaboration is essential for successful research. Share your projects.


License

banto has two licenes depending on whether you are research institution with a non-commercial or degree awarding purpose (e.g. university or Max Planck Institutions).

  • If you are a non-commercial or degree-awarding research institution, you are free to

    • Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format to institutions/bodies/legal entities with a primary NonCommerical research/education (e.g. degree awarding) purpose only
    • Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material to institutions/bodies/legal entities with a primary NonCommerical research/education (e.g. degree awarding) purpose only

    Please find here the details about the license agreement

  • all others are allowed to

    • Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format to institutions/bodies/legal entities with a primary NonCommerical research/education (e.g. degree awarding) purpose only

    Please find here the details about the license agreement

Team

The last version of banto was developed at Department of Perception, Cognition, and Action at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics.

Stephan de la Rosa

Chief Project Manager

Idea, Design, Implementation

Sylvain Perenes

Chief Technical Manager

Development and Implementation of banto

Laura Fademrecht

Chief Distribution Manager

Distribution and Support of banto

Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics

Main sponsor

The latest version of banto was developed at the Max Planck Institue for Biological Cybernetics

Contact

Name:

Stephan de la Rosa

Address:

Haydnweg 25, 72076 Tübingen

Phone:

+49 07071 601 606