First annual Human Brain Project Innovation Forum - The Exhibition

L1 Galleries, Science Museum, London

March 23, 2018 at 09:30 – March 23, 2018 at 17:30

The Human Brain Project Exhibition will provide an opportunity to celebrate some of the achievements of the HBP so far. It will also demonstrate the potential of ongoing research to improve the European economy and advance new treatments for brain disorders. 

Registration is open


Companies with an interest in areas of research covered by HBP will also be invited to exhibit at the event.

Visit the dedicated exhibition page, which will be updated regularly with announcements about the exhibition and day's events.


Speakers include:
Tony Prescott, Professor of Cognitive Robotics and Director of Sheffield RoboticsUniversity of Sheffield

Karlheinz Meier, Professor of Experimental Physics, Vice-Chair of the Science and Infrastructure Board and member of the Directorate of the Human Brain Project 

Patrick Haouat, CEO of Erdyn and consultant to the Human Brain Project on Innovation 

Sebastian Conran, CEO of Sebastian Conran Associates and Consequential Robotics

Paul Verschure, Research Professor, Catalan Institute of Advanced Studies (ICREA), Director SPECS lab, Institute for Bioengineering of Catalunya, Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology, CEO of Eodyne Systems S.L. 

Paul Mason, Director - Emerging & Enabling Technologies, Innovate UK, the UK’s Innovation Agency 


The exhibition will be hosted in the Level 1 Galleries, a 700m2 space at the London Science Museum ( located in South Kensington, in the Museum district of the UK capital, and close to many of London’s tourist sights.


More details at:

You can register for the Exhibition Showcase only or include the Innovation Day on the 22nd of March.

Registrations are open to participants, HBP members, and any interested party in industry or the public.

All Day Registration, including buffet lunch, £60

- Afternoon from 2pm, completely free (but advanced registration required)

Click here to register

Visit the exhibition website:

The event is organised by University of Sheffield

Images and video from the HBP's 2017 Open Day Exhibition