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Human Brain Project
N Oktar – Journal of Neurological Sciences (Turkish), 2013 – jns.dergisi.org
The brain is our most mysterious organ which has been subjected to staying behind to be understood due to the pressures of the teachings of Aristotle and the ancient Greek tradition that foregrounded the Heart for centuries. It is for this reason that the Human Brain Project is

The human brain project
H Markram – Scientific American, 2012 – JSTOR
Reductionist biology—examining individual brain parts, neural circuits and molecules—has brought us a long way, but it alone cannot explain the workings of the human brain, an information processor within our skull that is perhaps unparalleled anywhere in the universe.

Introducing the human brain project
H Markram, K Meier, T Lippert, S Grillner… – Procedia Computer …, 2011 – Elsevier
Abstract The Human Brain Project (HBP) is a candidate project in the European Union’s FET Flagship Program, funded by the ICT Program in the Seventh Framework Program. The project will develop a new integrated strategy for understanding the human brain and a

The human brain project and neuromorphic computing
A Calimera, E Macii, M Poncino – Functional neurology, 2013 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Summary Understanding how the brain manages billions of processing units connected via kilometers of fibers and trillions of synapses, while consuming a few tens of Watts could provide the key to a completely new category of hardware (neuromorphic computing

Where is the brain in the Human Brain Project?
Y Frégnac, G Laurent – Nature, 2014 – nature.com
Many signatories are scientists in experimental and theoretical fields, and the list includes former HBP participants. The letter incorporates a pledge of non-participation in a planned call for ‘partnering projects’ that must raise about half of the HBP’s total funding. This pledge

The human brain project: social and ethical challenges
N Rose – Neuron, 2014 – Elsevier
Focusing on the Human Brain Project, I discuss some social and ethical challenges raised by such programs of research: the possibility of a unified knowledge of “the brain,” balancing privacy and the public good, dilemmas of “dual use,” brain-computer interfaces, and

The human brain project: creating a European research infrastructure to decode the human brain
K Amunts, C Ebell, J Muller, M Telefont, A Knoll… – Neuron, 2016 – Elsevier
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

A comparison of the aims and objectives of the human brain project with Grakov’s mathematical model of the autonomic nervous system (Strannik Technology)
GW Ewing – Enliven: Neurol Neurotech, 2015 – enlivenarchive.com
Abstract This article makes a comparison between the Strannik technology which was developed during the period 1982-present by Dr Igor Gennadyevich Grakov and the EC Human Brain Project. Sensory input influences the activity of the brain and the autonomic

Multimodal quantitative neuroimaging databases and methods: the Cuban Human Brain Mapping Project
…, Cuban Human Brain Mapping Project  … – Clinical EEG and …, 2011 – journals.sagepub.com
This article reviews the contributions of the Cuban Neuroscience Center to the evolution of the statistical parametric mapping (SPM) of quantitative Multimodal Neuroimages (qMN), from its inception to more recent work. Attention is limited to methods that compare individual

The human brain project: neuroscience perspectives and German contributions
K Amunts, A Lindner, K Zilles – e-Neuroforum, 2014 – Springer
Abstract Studying the human brain remains one of the greatest scientific challenges. A comprehensive understanding of the structural and functional organization of the brain is not only of great importance for basic science, but also for the development of new approaches

European-led project strives to simulate the human brain
T Hampton – Jama, 2014 – jamanetwork.com
As researchers seek to understand the countless biological aspects of the human body, those hoping to decipher all of the mysteries of the brain—with its 100 billion neurons—may face the most daunting, and certainly the most complex, of undertakings. A new effort to

High resolution whole brain diffusion imaging at 7 T for the Human Connectome Project
AT Vu, E Auerbach, C Lenglet, S Moeller… – Neuroimage, 2015 – Elsevier
Abstract Mapping structural connectivity in healthy adults for the Human Connectome Project (HCP) benefits from high quality, high resolution, multiband (MB)-accelerated whole brain diffusion MRI (dMRI). Acquiring such data at ultrahigh fields (7 T and above) can

The human brain project: parallel technologies for biologically accurate simulation of granule cells
G Florimbi, E Torti, S Masoli, E D’Angelo… – Microprocessors and …, 2016 – Elsevier
Abstract Studying and understanding human brain is one of the main challenges of 21st century scientists. The Human Brain Project was conceived for addressing this challenge in an innovative way, enabling collaborations between 112 partners spread in 24 European

Brain simulation and personhood: a concern with the Human Brain Project
D Lim – Ethics and Information Technology, 2014 – Springer
Abstract The Human Brain Project (HBP) is a massive interdisciplinary project involving hundreds of researchers across more than eighty institutions that seeks to leverage cutting edge information and communication technologies to create a multi-level brain simulation

BRAINnet: a standardized global human brain project
SH Koslow, Y Wang, DM Palmer… – Technology & …, 2013 – ingentaconnect.com
The BRAINnet Foundation goal is to understand mental illness as a human brain disease and to ultimately discover how to prevent and cure these illnesses; this is accomplished through open electronic sharing and continued expansion of a global database of human

The human brain project
E D’Angelo – Funct Neurol, 2012 – www-5.unipv.it
We found that we are able to detect action potential in real time with a signal to noise around 7 in five neurons simultaneously. Simultaneous optical and electrical recording from cell one shows the high fidelity of the optical measurement. This data shows how this technique can

Categorize, cluster, and classify: a 3-c strategy for scientific discovery in the medical informatics platform of the human brain project
T Galili, A Mitelpunkt, N Shachar… – … on Discovery Science, 2014 – Springer
Abstract One of the goals of the European Flagship Human Brain Project is to create a platform that will enable scientists to search for new biologically and clinically meaningful discoveries by making use of a large database of neurological data enlisted from many

… the human brain proteome: characterization of the anterior temporal lobe and corpus callosum as part of the Chromosome 15-centric Human Proteome Project
D Martins-de-Souza, PC Carvalho… – Journal of proteome …, 2013 – ACS Publications
Defining the proteomes encoded by each chromosome and characterizing proteins related to human illnesses are among the goals of the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP) and the Biology and Disease-driven HPP. Following these objectives, we

BRAIN initiative and Human Brain Project: hopes and reservations
L Edge – Cell, 2013 – cell.com
Two big international initiatives have the provocative goal to bundle information and to act as a platform for exchange to unravel the mysteries of brain function. Current technical limitations to brain discovery science represent clear-cut entry points for both initiatives.

Human Brain Project Mediation Report
W Marquardt – Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH. Available at: http …, 2015 – neurofuture.eu
Executive Summary Background: The HBP is a large international collaboration funded by the EU as a FET-(Future and Emerging Technologies)-Flagship with a budget of about€ 500 million for the Core Project over 10 years. Another€ 500 million is expected to come from

On the compatibility of big data driven research and informed consent: The example of the Human Brain Project
M Christen, J Domingo-Ferrer, B Draganski… – The ethics of biomedical …, 2016 – Springer
Abstract Big Data research is usually explorative, meaning that not all possible hypotheses are known that one may wish to test when data is made available. For the case of biomedical data this poses a significant challenge, as the originators of the data–patients or

Inside SMP proteomics: six years German human brain proteome project (HBPP)–a summary
M Hamacher, T Hardt, A van Hall, C Stephan… – …, 2008 – Wiley Online Library
Abstract In 2001, the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) initiated the National Genome Research Network (NGFN; www. ngfn. de) as a nation-wide multidisciplinary networking platform aiming at the analysis of common human diseases and

Neurorobotics: a strategic pillar of the Human Brain Project
A Knoll, MO Gewaltig – Science Robotics, 2016 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Neurorobotics is an emerging science that studies the interaction of brain, body, and environment in closed perception–action loops where a robot’s actions affect its future sensory input. At the core of this field are robots controlled by simulated nervous systems

Back to basics: Limitations of research influencing the human brain project
GW Ewing – Comput Sci Syst Biol, 2015 – researchgate.net
J Comput Sci Syst Biol ISSN: 0974-7230 JCSB, an open access journal … Ewing, J Comput Sci Syst Biol 2015, 8:6 http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/jcsb.1000206 … Computer Science Systems Biology Jou rn al o f Computer Science & SystemsB iolo gy ISSN: 0974-7230 … *Corresponding

Deep brain stimulation, brain maps and personalized medicine: lessons from the human genome project
JJ Fins, ZE Shapiro – Brain topography, 2014 – Springer
Abstract Although the appellation of personalized medicine is generally attributed to advanced therapeutics in molecular medicine, deep brain stimulation (DBS) can also be so categorized. Like its medical counterpart, DBS is a highly personalized intervention that

Human Brain Project releases computing tools: move signals effort to benefit wider community
Q Schiermeier, A Abbott – Nature, 2016 – go.galegroup.com
Release of the tools, which marks the start of the operational phase of the Human Brain Project (HBP), could help to allay concerns about the 1-billion [euro](US $1.1-billion) venture’s benefits to the wider scientific community. But it is not yet clear how the platforms

The EU Human Brain Project Is Unlikely to Create an Artificial Whole-Brain in a Decade
F Gu – 2013 – brain-mind-magazine.org
Abstract—The European Union (EU) Human Brain Project (HBP) has a core target—simulation of the human brain in a decade. I argue in this paper that this target is unlikely to be realized in a decade, at least in terms of major known brain functions because the EU

Data integration in the human brain project
T Venetis, V Vassalos – International Conference on Data Integration in the …, 2015 – Springer
Abstract The Medical Informatics Platform of the Human Brain Project has the challenging task of organizing and presenting to its users a variety of data originating from different hospitals and hospital systems in a unified way, while protecting patients privacy as imposed

The human brain project: High performance computing for brain cells HW/SW simulation and understanding
E DAngelo, G Danese, G Florimbi… – … System Design (DSD …, 2015 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
This paper describes the challenge of understanding brain function through high performance computing dealt with by the Human Brain Project, the European Commission Future and Emerging Technologies Flagship involving a consortium of 112 partners spread

Brain in the shell: assessing the stakes and the transformative potential of the Human Brain Project
P Haueis, J Slaby – Neuroscience and Critique: Exploring the Limits …, 2015 – academia.edu
Abstract The “Human Brain Project”(HBP) is a large-scale European neuroscience and information communication technology (ICT) project that has been a matter of heated controversy since its inception. With its aim to simulate the entire human brain with the help

White matter integrity in brain networks relevant to anxiety and depression: evidence from the human connectome project dataset
NAJ De Witte, SC Mueller – Brain imaging and behavior, 2017 – Springer
Abstract Anxiety and depression are associated with altered communication within global brain networks and between these networks and the amygdala. Functional connectivity studies demonstrate an effect of anxiety and depression on four critical brain networks

Diffantom: whole-Brain diffusion MRI Phantoms derived from real datasets of the human connectome project
O Esteban, E Caruyer, A Daducci… – Frontiers in …, 2016 – frontiersin.org
Diffantom is a whole-brain diffusion MRI (dMRI) phantom publicly available through the Dryad Digital Repository (doi: 10.5061/dryad. 4p080). The dataset contains two single-shell dMRI images, along with the corresponding gradient information, packed following the BIDS

… -based estimation of causal brain interactions in fMRI: Group-level validation using benchmark data, neurophysiological models and human connectome project data
S Ryali, T Chen, K Supekar, T Tu, J Kochalka… – Journal of neuroscience …, 2016 – Elsevier
… Cover image Cover image. Multivariate dynamical systems-based estimation of causal brain interactions in fMRI: Group-level validation using benchmark data, neurophysiological models and human connectome project data … Abstract. Background. Causal estimation methods are

Human Connectome Project: mapping the human brain.
U Talukdar – Dysphrenia, 2014 – search.ebscohost.com
Abstract The brain can be considered a collection of connected system of neurons, and a comprehensive map of neuronal connections in the brain is called a’connectome’. Tracing out the connectome of a brain is helpful to understand the working of a brain, and would

The Human Brain Project: Chances and Challenges for Computer Science.
MO Gewaltig – GI-Jahrestagung, 2013 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Abstract: Recently, the European Commission selected the Human Brain Project (HBP) as one of two Flagship projects, each receiving a prospected funding of 1 billion euro. The Human Brain Project builds on the foundations of the Blue Brain Project which was

Sustainable development of cognitive science and technology ecosystem; an overview to the “human brain project” as a functioning sample
H Farrokhi, IG Toostani, M Farasatkhah… – Basic and clinical …, 2014 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
On the other hand, the big challenge is to connect science, technology, innovation, economy and government. In order to find out a solution in this editorial, initially, science and technology ecosystem was projected to define policies of the CST ecosystem management.

The human connectome project turns to mapping brain development, from birth through early childhood
D Fallik – Neurology Today, 2016 – journals.lww.com
It might also help us with other issues, such as early childhood education and the importance of nutrition. How do we take this information to provide insight into designing proper educational tools stimulating cognitive developments that have longlasting effects?

Human Brain Proteome Project–12th HUPO BPP Workshop 26 September 2009, Toronto, Canada
B Gröttrup, M Eisenacher, C Stephan, K Marcus… – …, 2010 – Wiley Online Library
Abstract The HUPO Brain Proteome Project (HUPO BPP) held its 12th workshop in Toronto on 26 September 2009 prior to the HUPO VIII World Congress. The principal aim of this project is to obtain a better understanding of neurodiseases and ageing, with the ultimate

126. Organizational details of the Cuban Human Brain Mapping Project
LV Urrutia – Clinical Neurophysiology, 2008 – clinph-journal.com
MRI diffusion tensor fractional anisotropy (FA) characterizes microstructure in myelinated white mater in the human brain. We prove that exist a correlation between FA and EEG spectra. We acquired MRI-DWI (12 gradient directions) and eyes closed spontaneous EEG

Seven successful years of Omics research: the Human Brain Proteome Project within the National German Research Network (NGFN)
M Hamacher, F Herberg, M Ueffing, HE Meyer – Proteomics, 2008 – Wiley Online Library
… 6 March 2008 Pages 1116–1117. PROTEOMICS: Previous article in issue: From Our Sister Journal: Proteomics 6/2008 Previous article in issue: From Our Sister Journal: Proteomics 6/2008. Next article in issue: Inside SMP proteomics: Six years German Human Brain Proteome Project (HBPP) –

Ethics Management and Responsible Research and Innovation in the Human Brain Project
S Rainey, BC Stahl, MC Shaw, M Reinsborough – 2017 – dora.dmu.ac.uk
Responsible research and innovation (RRI) is a key concept in current discourses concerning research governance and policy. The practice of Ethics Management in the European Union (EU) Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship Human Brain

The Neurorobotics Platform of the Human Brain Project
F Roehrbein, MO Gewaltig, C Laschi, G Klinker, P Levi… – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
Abstract: The aim of the neurorobotics platform of the Human Brain Project (HBP) is to offer scientists from various fields a software and hardware infrastructure that allows them to connect brain models to detailed simulations of robot bodies and environments. In the ramp-

Accompanying technology development in the Human Brain Project: From foresight to ethics management
C Aicardi, BT Fothergill, S Rainey, B Stahl, E Harris – 2018 – ora.ox.ac.uk
Abstract: This paper addresses the question of managing the existential risk potential of general Artificial Intelligence (AI), as well as the more near-term yet hazardous and disruptive implications of specialised AI, from the perspective of a particular research project

The Human Brain Project
T Lippert, B Orth, B Mohr – exascale.org
The goal of the Human Brain Project (HBP) is to gather all existing knowledge about the human brain and to reconstruct the brain, piece by piece, in multi-scale models and supercomputer-based simulations of these models. The resulting “virtual brain” offers the

Human Brain Project; Blue Brain; Virtual Brain
MA Peters – 2013 – Taylor & Francis
Flying from Los Angeles to Frankfurt recently to attend a conference in Marburg, I picked up a newspaper to read on the flight. It was the Financial Times, an excellent newspaper even though it sports views on the global economy to which I hardly ever subscribe. Although the

The Human Brain Project: mutiny on the flagship
P Alfred – Nature, 2014 – thelancet.com
The Human Brain Project (HBP) was launched in October, 2013, promising to revolutionise our understanding of the human brain. By July, 2014, the project was back in the news with a public dispute about its direction. The handling of this disagreement over the next few weeks will be

Project Number: 284941 Project Title: Human Brain Project
JP CHANGEUX, K EVERS, B SIMMENAUER, N ROSE… – sos.exo.io
Page 1. Co-funded by the Project Number: 284941 Project Title: Human Brain Project Document Title: Ethics and Society Research Plan Document Filename: HBP_SP12_140425_D12.6.1 _ResearchPlan_RESUBMITTED_FINAL.docx Deliverable Number: D12.6.1 Deliverable Type:

Human Brain Project–The Challenge for Medicine
R Frackowiak – ieeexplore.ieee.org
Abstract The traditional approach to determining disease nosology – eliciting symptoms and signs, creating clusters of like individuals and defining diseases primarily on those criteria has not generated fundamental breakthroughs in understanding sequences of pathophysiology mechanisms

Creating the HPC and Data Analytics Infrastructure for the Human Brain Project
T Lippert – Workshop on Brain-inspired Computing, 2015 – juser.fz-juelich.de
Abstract: HBP, the human brain project, is one of two European flagship projects foreseen to run for 10 years. The HBP aims at creating a open European neuroscience driven infrastructure for simulation and big data aided modelling and research with a credible user

Dissecting the Human Brain Project
H Markram – 2013 – ecnp.eu
LIVE FROM BARCELONA some of the remarkable journey thus far, saying:“We collected and formed about 20,000 experiments on single cells and pairs of cells. We found out synaptic connections and how these synaptics actually worked, and drew in three

Evaluation of the Blue Brain Project and Human Brain Project
AG Andreou – 2011 – academia.edu
The committee was requested to evaluate the Blue Brain Project (BBP) for its progress since its last evaluation in early 2008, and for its role as the core for the Human Brain Project (HBP) in its application for support by the ICT FET flagship initiative of the EC. We organize

News: Good progress as human brain project celebrates first birthday
E Gent – Engineering & Technology, 2014 – eddgent.com
THE EU’S€ 1bn (£ 800m) project to simulate the human brain is making good progress on several fronts as it reaches its first anniversary, researchers say. Breakthroughs in high-performance computing, brain imaging and medical informatics were outlined at the opening

Where is the brain in the Human Brain Project?
OY Sasai – NATURE, 2014 – brain.mpg.de
Many signatories are scientists in experimental and theoretical fields, and the list includes former HBP participants. The letter incorporates a pledge of non-participation in a planned call for ‘partnering projects’ that must raise about half of the HBP’s total funding. This pledge

Supercomputing for the European Human Brain Project
T Lippert – International Supercomputing Conference in Mexico, 2015 – juser.fz-juelich.de
Abstract: The Human Brain Project, one of two so-called flagship projects in Europe, is a huge collaborative effort of more than 100 partner institutions with a ten-year perspective to reconstruct the brain, piece by piece. The HBP will create multi-scale models of the mouse

Grant Agreement: 604102 Project Title: Human Brain Project
H MARKRAM, J HELLGREN-KOTALESKI, J Shillcock… – sos.exo.io
This document lists the products, software packages and services that are available in this first public release, along with the status of the use cases that were described in the specification document (D6. 7.1). There is also information on new features that will be

Why the Realism Debate Matters for Science Policy: The Case of the Human Brain Project
JCO Shaw – … : A Journal for the History and …, 2018 – … .library.utoronto.ca
Abstract There has been a great deal of skepticism towards the value of the realism/anti-realism debate. More specifically, many have argued that plausible formulations of realism and anti-realism do not differ substantially in any way (Fine 1986; Stein 1989; Blackburn

Grant Agreement: 604102 Project Title: Human Brain Project
N ROSE, C AICARDI, M REINSBOROUGH – sos.exo.io
Abstract: This report is the third Deliverable produced by the HBP Foresight Lab at King’s College London (P32, WP12. 1). Following the presentation of our second Foresight Report on Future Neuroscience, we have focused Information and Computing Technology (ICT)

Billion-euro boost for quantum tech: third European Union flagship project will be similar in size and ambition to graphene and human-brain initiatives
E Gibney – Nature, 2016 – go.galegroup.com
The European Commission has quietly announced plans to launch a 1-billion [euro](US $1.1-billion) project to boost a raft of quantum technologies–from secure communication networks to ultra-precise gravity sensors and clocks.The initiative, to launch in 2018, will be

HPC for the human brain project
T Lippert – Proceedings of the 28th ACM international conference …, 2014 – dl.acm.org
Abstract The Human Brain Project, one of two European flagship projects, is a collaborative effort to reconstruct the brain, piece by piece, in multi-scale models and their supercomputer-based simulation, integrating and federating giant amounts of existing information and

cuHinesBatch: Solving Multiple Hines systems on GPUs Human Brain Project
P Valero-Lara, I Martínez-Perez, AJ Pena… – Procedia Computer …, 2017 – Elsevier
Abstract The simulation of the behavior of the Human Brain is one of the most important challenges today in computing. The main problem consists of finding efficient ways to manipulate and compute the huge volume of data that this kind of simulations need, using

Project Number: 284941 Project Title: Human Brain Project
K MEIER – sos.exo.io
Abstract: This document describes the early applications of the six Human Brain Project Platforms, to be implemented during the Project’s Ramp-Up Phase. The structure of the Applications Subproject corresponds to the three main research areas of the HBP, Future

The EU’s Human Brain Project (HBP) Flagship–Accelerating brain science discovery and collaboration
K Amunts – 2017 – ceur-ws.org
Abstract. The human brain has a multi-level organisation and high complexity. New approaches are necessary to decode the brain with its 86 billion nerve cells, which form extensive networks. Ultra-high resolution models of the brain pose massive challenges in

Project Number: 284941 Project Title: Human Brain Project
P Thiên-Ly – sos.exo.io
Abstract: This report is the Month 12 Deliverable for the HBP Subproject 3, Cognitive Architectures. The Deliverable, entitled “Implementation and validation of functional mapping methods” describes SP3’s main achievements and plans for the next six months.

Data integration through brain atlasing: Human Brain Project tools and strategies
IE Bjerke, M Øvsthus, EA Papp, SC Yates… – European … – europsy-journal.com
Abstract The Human Brain Project (HBP), an EU Flagship Initiative, is currently building an infrastructure that will allow integration of large amounts of heterogeneous neuroscience data. The ultimate goal of the project is to develop a unified multi-level understanding of the

Grant Agreement: 604102 Project Title: Human Brain Project
AYSKU GRÜN, PTUPM P59, JM PEÑA, PL P68… – sos.exo.io
Work Package(s): WP5.1, WP5.2, WP5.3, WP5.4, WP5.5, WP5.6, WP5.7, WP5.8 … Authors: Sean HILL, EPFL (P1); Sten GRILLNER, KI (P31) … Compiling Editors: Sean HILL, EPFL (P1); Sten GRILLNER, KI (P31) … Contributors: EPFL (P1): CNRS (P7): Andrew DAVISON JÜLICH

Grant Agreement: 604102 Project Title: Human Brain Project
K FREGNAC, A DESTEXHE, A Destexhe – sos.exo.io
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Human brain connectome project
K Oishi – Journal of the Neurological Sciences, 2017 – jns-journal.com
Palliative care is not limited for patients with cancer. It aims to improve the quality of life of patients with life-threatening diseases. However, there are obvious policy lags in Japan, because the target diseases covered by the national medical insurance for palliative care

6. Cuban human brain mapping project
PAV Sosa – Clinical Neurophysiology, 2008 – clinph-journal.com
Models of information processing in Cognitive Neuropsychology (eg Visual recognition) have primarily originated from single-case studies (relying heavily on the discovery of double dissociations). Although the behavioral consequences of focal lesions would seem

Erratum: Categorize, Cluster, and Classify: A 3-C Strategy for Scientific Discovery in the Medical Informatics Platform of the Human Brain Project
T Galili, A Mitelpunkt, N Shachar… – … on Discovery Science, 2014 – Springer
Abstract By mistake the following acknowledgement text was missing in the originally published paper: Acknowledgement. The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under

Project Number: 284941 Project Title: Human Brain Project
N ROSE, C AICARDI, M REINSBOROUGH – Month, 2015 – sos.exo.io
Abstract: This report is the first Deliverable produced by the HBP Foresight Lab at King’s College London (P32, WP12. 1). The Foresight Report on Future Medicine outlines the major societal and ethical challenges faced by the developers of the HBP Medical

Pushing the Limits of ex vivo Diffusion-Weighted MRI and Tractography of the Human Brain: The Panini Project
C Wieseotte – researchgate.net
With decreasing voxel volumes, SNR was expected to be the limiting factor for increasing spatial resolution beyond the millimeter scale. In order to maximize SNR, a 60-channel coil array with optimized geometry for imaging of fixed human brain tissue specimens of up to 5

This special issue of Functional Neurology is devoted to the Human Brain Project (HBP). The HBP is one of the two FET (Future Emerging Technologies) Flagship …
E D’Angelo – Functional Neurology, 2013 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
The HBP focuses on an integrated interpretation of brain functioning, from molecular to cognitive level, and to this end it involves the development of new tools for large-scale mathematical modeling of the brain. This creates a bidirectional link between computational

Human Brain Proteomics in the Systems Biology of Epilepsy Project (SBEP)
G Keren-Aviram – MSU Student Research Celebration …, 2013 – scholarworks.montana.edu
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that manifests as recurrent seizures. Many cases are resistant to antiepileptic drugs and may benefit from surgical procedures to identify and remove the epileptic foci. The project takes advantage of unique human surgical specimens,

Privacy in the Human Brain Project: The Perspective of Ethics Management
BC Stahl – IFIP International Summer School on Privacy and …, 2016 – Springer
It is important to underline that the focus on responsible research and innovation (RRI) figures prominently among the aims of the project. This is explained by the fact that the project’s funder, the European Commission, is keen to promote RRI in research [2, 3, 4]. At the same

Prevalence of incidental findings on magnetic resonance imaging: Cuban project to map the human brain
G Hernandez, A Gertrudis, S Alvarez… – Revista CENIC …, 2010 – inis.iaea.org
To determine the prevalence of incidental findings in healthy subjects of the Cuban Human Brain Mapping Project sample, it was performed a retrospective descriptive study of the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) obtained from 394 healthy subjects that make up the

Grant Agreement: 604102 Project Title: Human Brain Project
JP CHANGEUX, K EVERS, B SIMMENAUER, N ROSE… – sos.exo.io
Co-funded by the European Union SP12 D12.6.4 FINAL PU = Public 31-Mar-2016 Page 1 / 76 Grant Agreement: 604102 Project Title: Human Brain Project Document Title: Second Ethics and Society Report Document Filename: SP12 D12.6.4 FINAL.docx Deliverable Number: D12.6.4

The integrated ethics and society programme of the Human Brain Project: reflecting on an ongoing experience
C Aicardi, M Reinsborough, N Rose – Journal of Responsible …, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
ABSTRACT The EU-funded Human Brain Project (HBP) aimed to deliver advances in brain science, cognitive neuroscience and brain-inspired computing which would have broad-ranging implications and benefit European citizens. Achieving such outcomes is dependent,

Multiple Linear Regression: Bayesian Inference for Distributed and Big Data in the Medical Informatics Platform of the Human Brain Project
L Melie-Garcia, B Draganski, J Ashburner, F Kherif – bioRxiv, 2018 – biorxiv.org
We propose a Multiple Linear Regression (MLR) methodology for the analysis of distributed and Big Data in the framework of the Medical Informatics Platform (MIP) of the Human Brain Project (HBP). MLR is a very versatile model, and is considered one of the workhorses for

Assessing diffusion kurtosis tensor estimation methods using a digital brain phantom derived from human connectome project data
DV Olson, V Arpinar, LT Muftuler – Magnetic resonance imaging, 2018 – Elsevier
Purpose Diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI) has gained popularity in recent years as an advanced diffusion-weighted MRI technique. This work aims to quantitatively compare the performance and accuracy of four DKI processing algorithms. For this purpose, a digital DKI

Project EyeWire-help to resolve the mystery of the human brain by playing the computer game
M Babi? – 2014 – bib.irb.hr
Tim dr. Sebastiana Seunga s Massachusetts Institute of Technology osmislio je ra?unalsku igru EyeWire s pomo?u koje je dosad mapiran trodimenzionalni položaj 160 neurona u mozgu ?ovjeka. Prou?avanje smještaja 80-100 milijardi neurona u ljudskom mozgu od kojih

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