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Human Brain Project - SGA1 and Ramp up

The Human Brain Project is a H2020 FET Flagship Project which strives to accelerate the fields of neuroscience, computing and brain-related medicine.
This acceleration will be achieved by a strategic alignment of scientific research programs in fundamental neuroscience, advanced simulation and multi-scale modelling with the construction of an enabling Research Infrastructure.

The Human Brain Project is a H2020 FET Flagship Project which strives to accelerate the fields of neuroscience, computing and brain-related medicine. The acceleration will be achieved by a strategic alignment of scientific research programs in fundamental neuroscience, advanced simulation and multi-scale modelling with the construction of an enabling Research Infrastructure. One of the HBP's strategic goals is to prepare a large-scale programme of research on the themes of the Flagship, allowing the HBP to obtain the best possible access to research, data sources, platforms and infrastructures offered by other organisations, and enabling organisations outside the HBP to use the HBP platforms to pursue their own research. Coordinating these activities is the responsibility of the European Research Programme (ERP).

During the Ramp Up phase, INM-6 researchers were responsible for research within in the following workpackages and tasks:

  • Sonja Grün is leader of workpackage 5.3 - Tools for the analysis of functional data
  • Markus Diesmann is leader of task 6.2.1 - Brain simulation engines: The Network Simulator
  • Abigail Morrison is leader of task 4.3.3 - Models of human cognitive function: Models of biologically realistic network states; wakefulness & sleep

During the current SGA1 phase, INM-6 researchers are involved in numerous workpackages (WP) and tasks in subprojects SP4, SP5, SP6, SP7 and SP9:

  • WP4.2 - Generic Models of Brain Circuits
  • WP4.5 - Linking Model Activity and Function to Experimental data
  • WP5.2 - Multi-level Atlas of the Rodent Brain
  • WP5.7 - Tools and Curation for Integrated Parallelized Analysis of Activity Data
  • WP7.1 - Simulation Technology
  • WP7.4 - Dynamic Resource Management
  • WP7.5 - High-Performance Analytics and Computing Platform
  • WP9.1 - Platform Software and Operations
  • WP9.4 - Computational Principles
  • WP9.5 - Platform Training and Coordination

Human Brain Project (HBP)


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