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Brain models and computation for brain medicine

21 March 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Heather Smith
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The Human Brain Project's Education Programme organises this event for young researchers to get an overview of elements of brain modelling tools both from software and hardware perspectives. Registration is free of charge and open until 9 April.

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The Human Brain Project (HBP) is a major driving force in the field of neuroscience research in Europe, aiming to model the brain and reproduce its complexity on computing platforms. At this event young researchers will have the chance to exchange information and knowledge with peers and HBP experts on tools for brain modelling, especially within the HBP research infrastructure supported by High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities.

Find out more about the workshop programme.

You can register on this web page.

"Brain models and computation for brain medicine" takes place one day before the HPC for Extreme Scale Scientific and Industrial Applications  event under the Bulgarian Presidency of the EU in Sofia.

Human Brain Project's Education programme
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