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EBRAINS

A solution-driven approach to enable brain science and technologies

Our Conference on brain science and technologies is coming up and you are kindly invited to book the date in your calendar:

Tuesday, 28 February 2023

Online event, 90-minute session

Agenda

CET
10:00
10:05
Welcome and opening EBRAINS: Introduction

France Nivelle, Chief Communications and Content Officer at EBRAINS

CET
10:05
10:20
EBRAINS Introduction and Scientific vision

Prof. Dr. Viktor Jirsa,
Chief Science Officer at EBRAINS,
Professor at Aix-Marseille Université, INS Director / DR CNRS

CET
10:20
10:35
EBRAINS Neurotechnology approach

Prof. Dr. Pieter Roelfsema, MD, PhD, Director of the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience

CET
10:35
10:50
The future of Brain Health within the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure

Univ.-Prof. Dr. med. Petra Ritter,
BIH Johanna Quandt Professor for Brain Simulation, Director Brain Simulation Section, Berlin Institute of Health & Dept. of Neurology, Charité University Hospital Berlin

CET
10:50
11:05
A solution approach for EBRAINS Research Infrastructure

Prof. Dr. ir. Liesbet Peeters, Professor at the Biomedical Research Institute and Data Science Institute of Hasselt University, Multiple Sclerosis Data Alliance Core Partner

CET
11:05
11:10
Closing remarks

France Nivelle, Chief Communications and Content Officer at EBRAINS

CET
11:10
11:30
Q & A session

Moderator: France Nivelle, Chief Communications and Content Officer at EBRAINS

About EBRAINS

EBRAINS’ ambition is to enable a new era in brain research.

EBRAINS provides digital tools and services which can be used to address challenges in brain research and brain-inspired technology development. Its components are designed with, by, and for researchers. The tools assist scientists to collect, analyse, share, and integrate brain data, and to perform modelling and simulation of brain function.

EBRAINS’ goal is to accelerate the effort to understand human brain function and disease.

This EBRAINS research infrastructure is the entry point for researchers to discover EBRAINS services. The services are being developed and powered by the EU-funded Human Brain Project.

EBRAINS is open to integrating brain research technologies developed elsewhere and seeks collaboration with other research infrastructures. Contact info@ebrains.eu with inquiries.

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