Brain research


The brain is the most complex and the most mysterious machine we know of.

Much more than an organ, it is a system whose secrets can help us not only cure diseases, but also build better computing systems, able to do things that today we may not even imagine. Powerful computers are needed to succeed in the brain research and new knowledge from simulating the brain will help up design the future computing technologies. Developments in one feed the other and need the other and vice versa.

May 2013 was the "European Month of the Brain" – a full month packed with events and activities to make decision-makers, stakeholders, the media and the public aware of the successes achieved and the challenges still laying ahead for brain research.

In this section you can find descriptions of our brain research projects:

ABC, Asterics, BackHome, Brain-I-Nets, BrainAble, Brainbow, Brainleap, BrainScaleS, CEEDS, CLONS, CONNECT, Contrast, Coronet, CSN, CSN II, DECODER, DECIDE, DeSyRe, Enlightment, Epilepsiae, Gridmap, HC2, HIVE, ICT4depression, InSight, Interstress, Magnetrodes, Mindwalker, MUNDUS, N4U, Neuroseeker, Optimi, Optoneuro, PHOCUS, PredictAD, Realnet, Renvision, Seebetter, Si-code, Si elegans, SpaceCog, TBI Care, The human brain project, TOBI, VERE, Visualise, WAY.

You can find more information under the following sections:

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