News about EBRAINS, its community and its work
EBRAINS makes bid to enter the European Research Infrastructure Roadmap with ten-country strong coalition and France as Lead Country
The EBRAINS infrastructure for neuroscience has officially submitted an application for inclusion in the ESFRI Roadmap 2021. EBRAINS offers researchers a comprehensive package of powerful tools, facilities and resources that have been jointly developed by scientists and engineers in the Human Brain Project, a ten-year European Flagship project running until 2023. ESFRI, the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures, plays a central role in establishing shared infrastructures for Science in Europe and helps guide decisions in research policy. The application of EBRAINS to the ESFRI Roadmap is supported by a ten-country strong coalition, led by France as Lead Country. Additional backing is provided in over 90 letters of support from European scientific institutions, medical associations and industry.
Human Brain Project launches ‘Brain Matters’ webinar series
This September, the Human Brain Project will launch ‘Brain Matters’, a new monthly webinar series which will explore the various issues being tackled by the HBP scientific community.
Founding CEO of EBRAINS appointed
Brussels, May 29, 2020 - The EBRAINS shared Research Infrastructure for brain research is pleased to announce a significant step forward with the appointment of its founding CEO Paweł Świeboda. The EBRAINS digital brain research infrastructure is a key outcome of the European Commission’s Flagship 10-year research initiative Human Brain Project. The newly formed EBRAINS AISBL is based in Brussels, Belgium.
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.
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.