Current Partnering Projects
The Collaborative REsearch on ACute Traumatic brain Injury in intensiVE care medicine in Europe (CREACTIVE) project is focused on conducting a prospective, longitudinal, non-randomised clinical study on TBI patients; It is one of two leading projects on TBI in Europe and one of the key projects in the field globally.
Building a Personalized Virtual Brain with Neurodegenerative Disease to Guide Clinical Decisions
Investigating ways in which smart information systems (SIS; the combination of artificial intelligence and big data analytics) impact ethics and human rights issues.
The project aims at integration and testing of multiscale hippocampal models for synaptic plasticity in data-driven hippocampal microcircuit models.
SciUnit is a validation framework for assessing the agreement between computational models and experimental data.
The goal of this project is to integrate Shadow hardware on the HBP Neurobotics Platform to explore the possibilities offered by neuroscience for motor control, especially with spiking neural networks and reinforcement learning.
To study directional interactions between brain areas in healthy controls and in patients with stroke to understand the neural mechanisms of neuropsychological deficits.
MOSAIC is a project funded by Sapienza University of Rome. The overall goal is to describe how cortical networks dynamics is modulated across brain and behavioral states.
Shedding light on the multiscale organisation of cortical computation by integrating neuronal and population activities with inter-areal interactions.
Studying the mechanisms of how the brain represents the body to make robots more autonomous and safe.
Our project aims to determine the functional properties of hippocampal and neocortical inhibitory interneuron axons.
Biologically meaningful simulation of early visual data processing in macaque cerebral cortex.
StillSuit: The RIKEN-AIST joint project to develop the endoskeletal robot suit for the biological human augmentation.
HA-Ction will provide experimentally testable hypotheses to guide future research in humans.
SoundSight uses a cross-species, multi-level approach to study how vision shapes the development of auditory inputs to the occipital cortex.
The DOMINO project will investigate how information from different types of sensory systems are integrated within our nervous system, how this process develops from birth to adulthood, and to what extent this process is disrupted in autism spectrum disorders.
Data and software to reconstruct long-range projection neurons from brain tissue, place them in a digital reference brain with high precision, and model their interactions
Past Partnering Projects
Ultrafast Functional Ultrasound (fUS) Imaging for Highly -Resolved Targeted Mapping of Functional Connectivity in the Awake Mouse Brain.
GRANTS AVAILABLE: Fostering strategic alliances in neuroscience and neurocomputation
Brains on Board: These Insect-Inspired Robots Don't Need GPS For Orientation
MULTI-LATERAL: Brain images refute language domain theory from the 60s