EBRAINS offers a world-class e-infrastructure for brain research, providing tools, services and data for neuroscientists. Part of these resources are available publicly without an account. Other resources are accessible only to registered users. User accounts are available to users with a legitimate interest (research, development or possibly other) from Europe and beyond.
Users – registered or not – are requested to make appropriate and responsible use of the resources. We make an effort to keep our policy documents as short and easy to understand as possible. Use of EBRAINS implies acceptance of these policies, and may need at times a more explicit approval.
The EBRAINS Access Policy requires that users identify themselves by means of an institutional email address.
All new users with a personal institutional email address from a pre-identified institution will be provided an expedited registration process. If your institution is not yet on our list, please let us know and we will do our best to add it promptly.
EBRAINS users are not authorized to create a second account. Contact support if you think you should be exempt from this rule or if you need to use a new email address.
Users who cannot provide an institutional email address can request an account from their personal email address with a short motivation (max 100 words).