HBP Summit 2023: Register now for the satellite events!
A full day of satellite events taking place on Monday, 27 March, will kick off the week of the Human Brain Project (HBP) Summit 2023 in Marseille, France. The satellite events include hands-on training sessions on HBP-developed tools and infrastructures as well as open forums for discussions.
Participants can choose from a wide range of topics covered by the 15 different sessions, some of which will be running in parallel, and will have the opportunity to exchange experiences with other researchers.
Participation is free, but registration is required and now open. Most sessions require an EBRAINS account (free of charge). Space is limited for the satellite events – register now to secure a spot.
All satellite sessions at a glance:
License to Spike - A NEST Desktop and NESTML Workshop
- Tutorial on NEST Simulator tools for spiking neuronal networks
Simulating complex neurobiological phenomena of human brain function and dysfunction in a data protection compliant environment: EBRAINS Service for Sensitive Data
- Hands-on training offer for using EBRAINS Service for Sensitive Data to discover, access and use health data for personalized human brain simulations
NMC (neuromorphic computing): hands on BrainScaleS
- Hands-on tutorial for the first steps for online interactive use of the BrainScaleS neuromorphic compute system, especially suitable for beginners
Vast parameter space exploration using L2L on EBRAINS
- Workshop on a hyper-parameter optimization framework implementing the concept of Learning to Learn (L2L)
The process of integrating your science in an integrated EBRAINS workflow
- Demonstration of the work of the EBRAINS Science Liaison Unit (SLU) which facilitates the translation of science needs into technical requirements towards integration into EBRAINS
Software delivery for the Lab and integration into the EBRAINS software release
- Hands-on training session with a step-by-step demonstration of the procedure to build and deliver EBRAINS tools for the Lab
Publishing your research data through EBRAINS.eu
- The EBRAINS Curation Team will demonstrate how to get started with FAIR data sharing.
EBRAINS Medical Data Analytics
- Demonstration of two platforms covering key areas of clinical research: the Medical Informatics Platform (MIP) and the Human Intracerebral EEG Platform (HIP)
Fenix User Forum meeting – How to make use of the Fenix Infrastructure
- The Fenix User Forum facilitates the interaction between users and Fenix experts, and offers Fenix users the opportunity to discuss and share their experiences and to provide feedback on the current services and resources of the Fenix Infrastructure.
Rodent atlasing tools and QUINT workflow
- Workflows for image registration to an atlas and atlas based quantifications of cells or features in the experimental murine brain section images
EBRAINS Documentation and Tutorial Hands-On Workshop
- Overview of guidelines and helpful points for successful documentation creation in EBRAINS, including tips on writing, integrating and maintaining docs
WE ARE SCIENCE. Towards a realistic future to enhance inclusion, gender, equality, and diversity in science.
- Open dialogue featuring experiences and recommendations for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in science projects
Formulation of concrete steps towards an inclusive science
- NOTE: For this satellite event, there is a separate agenda and registration page.
Standardised Workflows in EBRAINS
- Hands-on training offer that will provide information about Writing and Executing Standardised Workflows in EBRAINS
The Arbor Simulator
- An introduction to Arbor, the only morphologically detailed simulator developed entirely under the auspices of the HBP
Reconstructing and simulating multiscale brain circuits: workflows and applications to function and dysfunction
- Theoretical introduction and hands-on training using EBRAINS to reconstruct and simulate brain microcircuits and embed them into virtual brain models for integrated co-simulations
Further information on the satellite events can be found here.
The final Summit of the Human Brain Project will be held on March 28–31 and will bring together researchers and industry professionals from the fields of neuroscience, computing and digital technology. Its programme features plenary sessions, panel discussions, a Science Market and poster sessions.