The Human Brain Project: Creating a European Research Infrastructure to Decode the Human Brain

@article{Amunts2016TheHB,
  title={The Human Brain Project: Creating a European Research Infrastructure to Decode the Human Brain},
  author={Katrin Amunts and Christoph Ebell and Jeff M. Muller and Martin Telefont and Alois Knoll and Thomas Lippert},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2016},
  volume={92},
  pages={574-581}
}
Decoding the human brain is perhaps the most fascinating scientific challenge in the 21st century. The Human Brain Project (HBP), a 10-year European Flagship, targets the reconstruction of the brain's multi-scale organization. It uses productive loops of experiments, medical, data, data analytics, and simulation on all levels that will eventually bridge the scales. The HBP IT architecture is unique, utilizing cloud-based collaboration and development platforms with databases, workflow systems… CONTINUE READING
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