Infrastructure for understanding the human brain

Suitable for:
brain researchers,
general public

Infrastructure for understanding the human brain

22nd September 2015


FREE but you must register for a ticket

Around the world research teams are tackling the challenge of accelerating our understanding of the human brain through large-scale data management, mining, knowledge management and collaboration. This workshop aims to bring together the broader community and the EU Flagship Human Brain Project to explore solutions, including developments from other fields.

The objective of each session is to identify and develop working groups to ensure community collaboration on common standards and services.

Sessions include:
• Active data repositories and federations
• Multiscale federated data mining
• Knowledge management and search
• Online collaborative environments

To register: Click here and select “e-Infrastructures & RDA for data intensive science 09:00 – 18:00” and choose “1 Infrastructure for Understanding the Human Brain”.

Venue: CNAM – Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, 292 Rue Saint-Martin, 75003 Paris, France.

Workshop coordinated by Sean Hill, The Human Brain Project.