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Call for Proposals

Human Brain Project / EBRAINS: Call for Proposals for European Neuroscientists at Large for Using ICEI e-Infrastructure Resources

The Human Brain Project (HBP) offers in the context of the Interactive Computing E-Infrastructure (ICEI) project access to compute and storage resources of Fenix. With this call, European neuroscientists are invited to submit proposals for using these resources for research on topics in the broader scope of the HBP.

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Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, Barcelona, Spain

Breakthrough Result

EBRAINS service powers breakthrough clinical trial for personalised brain simulations

The Virtual Brain, one of the EBRAINS service has a achieved a major milestone on the path to clinical applications based on brain simulation. A novel method to improve outcomes of Epilepsy surgery has now received approval for clinical testing in 13 French hospitals. The breakthrough paves the way for work on more clinical applications of personalised brain simulations derived from fMRI brain scan data. Through the Virtual Brain Services page you can access the pipeline services used to create personalised brain models.

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The Human Brain Project's Professor Viktor Jirsa and a colleague examine the output from a personalised brain model of an epilepsy patient.

Top headline

EBRAINS data curators on how to explain their work to their grandma

The EBRAINS data curation teams prepare brain science data sets in a manner to make it FAIR, Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. The data sets are then made available to scientists via the EBRAINS Find Data Service. This data curation work is technical and complicated and conducted by scientists. In this video, curators in the Oslo team answers the question: "How would you describe your work to your grandma?"


Coming soon to EBRAINS

  • Closed loop AI and robotics
  • Neuromorphic Computing
  • Super Computer Access