Brain Disease Neuroscience – Influencing clinical diagnoses and treatments
by data mining analysis- and modelling-driven neuroscience
27 November – 3 December 2017
2nd HBP Student Conference: Transdisciplinary Research Linking Neuroscience, Brain Medicine and Computer Science
14-16 February 2018, Ljubljana, Slovenia
The 2nd HBP Student Conference provides an open forum for exchange of new ideas among young researchers working across various aspects of neuroscience, brain medicine and computer science relevant to the Human Brain Project. The scope of the conference offers a plethora of opportunities for extensive scientific discussions, both intra- and interdisciplinary, among peers and faculty through a variety of discussion sessions, lectures and social events.
21-23 June 2017, Paris, France
Working on the borders between neuroscience and ICT, or medicine and ICT, requires basic knowledge in the field of computer science.
Entrepreneurship in neuroscience: Intellectual property rights, translation and exploitation of research
17-19 July 2017, Leimen, Germany
In this HBP Curriculum Workshop, participants will learn how to advance their ideas from the lab to the market, understand the needs, the target population, patentability options and how to build a business model.
12-13 September 2017, Geneva, Switzerland
The 2nd Young Researchers Event 2017 is hosted by the Human Brain Project (HBP) and organised by young researchers within the HBP. It will take place in Geneva on 12-13 September and is immediately followed by the in-depth CodeJam on 13-15 September.
Bethesda, 12-14 December 2016.
Several of the HBP's leading researchers and developers participated in the 3rd Annual BRAIN Initiative® Investigators Meeting 2016 on 12 - 14 December in Bethesda, USA. This event brought together a diverse crowd of US-based and international investigators from numerous brain science and technology research areas, US funding agencies, non-governmental organisations, members of the US Congress, patient groups and the public.
29-30 November 2016,
The Human Brain Project spent two inspiring days at the European Parliament in Brussels, where it held an interactive and informative exhibition. The different features of the Project were presented to nine Members of the European Parliament, representatives of the European Commission, DG CONNECT, the ITRE committee and the Swiss Embassy, and other visitors.