Human Brain Project’s Research Platforms Released on Schedule

Publié le 31 mars 2016, par Thérèse Hameau

The Human Brain Project (HBP) is pleased to announce the release of initial versions of its six Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Platforms to users outside the Project. These Platforms are designed to help the scientific community to accelerate progress in neuroscience, medicine, and computing.

The Platforms released today consist of prototype hardware, software tools, databases and programming interfaces, which will be refined and expanded in a collaborative approach with users, and integrated within the framework of a European Research Infrastructure. The public release of the Platforms represents the end of the Ramp-Up Phase of the HBP and the beginning of the Operational Phase.

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The six HBP Platforms are :

  • The Neuroinformatics Platform : registration, search, analysis of neuroscience data.
  • The Brain Simulation Platform : reconstruction and simulation of the brain.
  • The High Performance Computing Platform : computing and storage facilities to run complex simulations and analyse large data sets...

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