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Human Brain Project: Call for Expression of Interest - Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience

Stichtag: 03.07.2015 Programmausschreibungen

Ziel des Human Brain Project (HBP) ist es, das menschliche Gehirn detailgetreu auf einem Supercomputer der Zukunft zu simulieren. Das HBP beabsichtigt, neue Partner für den Bereich "Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience" in das Konsortium aufzunehmen. Interessensbekundungen sind bis zum 3. Juli 2015 einzureichen.

Through this Call for Expressions of Interest (CEoI), it is expected that four project Groups of Partners will be selected for EU funding under the HBP H2020 phase. Each proposal selected will form a separate Work Package. The four Work Packages selected via this call will form a new “Systems and Cognitive Neuroscience” Subproject (a new SP3).

The Call in Brief

The HBP is looking to add 4 systems & cognitive neuroscience projects which:

  • Bridge from basic anatomy and physiology to mapping and cognition, plus theory and modelling
  • Use and/or feed at least 2 HBP Platforms including specification of data and/or tools
  • Include two or more spatial and/or temporal scales
  • Provide actual simulation models and/or disease models related to the cognitive function you will study
  • Offer real-world applications (e.g.  software, atlases, robotics, neuromorphic computing, drug design, etc.)

Selected Projects will be funded via the European Commission grant for the next phase of the HBP (2016-2018), which should be approved in early 2016. This CEoI is managed by Jülich Forschungszentrum (scientific aspects and review process) and Technische Universität München (application and review process) on behalf of the HBP Consortium. Applications will be received through the ECHORD++ system.

Quelle: Human Brain Project / Förderberatung "Forschung und Innovation" des Bundes 11/15 Redaktion: von Tim Mörsch, VDI Technologiezentrum GmbH Länder / Organisationen: EU Themen: Förderung Lebenswissenschaften

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