Braincore Switzerland

The individual is at the core of the process

Out teams are made up of experts in an array of disciplines, such as cognitive neuroscience, mathematics, artificial intelligence, biology, quantum physics, biochemistry, pedagogy, and psychology.

NAD Indicators

We have developed the Neuro Activated Diagnostic® (NAD). Owing to the use of computational models of neurons paired with psychometric data in particular, we are able to draw up individualized reports of pedagogical operation. This approach vests educators with powerful tools for accurately adjusting their coaching sessions in the act of knowledge transfer itself.

Every student – albeit linked to a “classroom” type situation – is presented with varying learning paces and customized progression speeds in order to develop an understanding of complex information. It is through the multiplication of transfer vectors (teacher, coach, tutor, E-learning portal) associated to a system that optimizes the pace of cognitive transfer that the student experiences a genuine increase in his learning abilities.


Cognitive pedagogy

Research in the field of cognitive pedagogy1 demonstrates the necessity of transforming teaching approaches. Today, one speaks of a “knowledge chart” specific to each individual, that includes his personal link to the world, a universe defined by atomized “seeds” of knowledge that must be assimilated into a semantically charged dimension. The “knowledge chart” approach permits the analysis of the content absorbed and acquired by each individual. It promotes the creation of learning avenues that are perfectly adapted to individual needs.

1 – Cognitive psychology is primarily concerned with the emotional spectrum and concerns all aspects of behavior and mental mechanisms. It lies at the core of the study of learning processes, perception, memory, language use, and attention.

2 – The notion of an avenue conveys individualized learning, following a tree structure, extending from the roots out to the branches.

Neuroscience and neuropedagogy

By employing a neuroscientific approach of pedagogy, we are operating within the well-known principle of “brain plasticity.” It is known that the brain requires multiple stimuli to influence the organization of neurons, more specifically the interconnections as well as the intensity of their capacity to transfer data in biochemical forms.

Neuropedagogy strives to enhance neuronal stimuli in order to prompt the creation of an optimized skill chart. Here we are talking about differentiated neuronal stimulus, thus an individualized facilitation of learning ability. For this purpose, it is crucial that cerebral transfer energy be channeled according to the vectors and abilities of each individual. This complex approach helps optimize learning phases in connection with the brain performance of each learner.


Interdisciplinary team

Our teams are made up of experts in an array of disciplines, such as cognitive neuroscience, mathematics, artificial intelligence, biology, quantum physics, biochemistry, pedagogy, and psychology. It is through member interactions that our teams have created the “Brain Core” softwares, a brain child emerging from the convergence of cutting-edge technical expertise combined with the humanist values of each researcher. With backgrounds in the fields of academics, business, and industry, and boasting a wealth of experience within multinationals, the members of Brain Core Switzerland place their taste for innovation and scientific research at the service of human development.

Jean-Jacques Martin

Graduate of the University of Geneva, expert in Neuropedagogy, international consultant, CEO of Nemesis Group Switzerland

Alexandre Frochaux

Graduate of EPF Lausanne, mathematician and CSO of Nemesis Group Switzerland

Jean-Marc Tornare

Graduate of UNIL Lausanne, PhD in Chemistry, CFO of Nemesis Group Switzerland

Adam Wojsa

Graduate of IT Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza, Krakow, Artificial Intelligence Expert, CIO of Nemesis Group Switzerland

Pedagocial laboratory networks

Certain schools using Brain Core Education have expressed an interest in joining our neuropedagogical research project. They partake in the creation of new solutions and test their approaches via the Brain Core calculator. As such, they have created for themselves the opportunity of leading their own research within the R&D units. This also gives them access to the Brain Core network experts.

Our laboratories and their managers:

  1. Switzerland, Brain Core Switzerland Lab, Monthey : Alexandre Frochaux
  2. France, Brain Core France Lab, Arles : Evich Merklen
  3. Asia, Brain Core Asia Lab, Kuala Lumpur, Elzbieta Hanusiak
  4. Poland, Brain Core Poland Lab, Krakow, Elzbieta Hanusiak
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