Arbor is a performance portable library for the simulation of large networks of multi-compartment, morphologically detailed neurons on emerging HPC architectures.
Our high-resolution 3D model of a human brain based on 7404 tissue sections is the focus of the German-Canadian Helmholtz International Lab HIBALL.
DataLad aims to provide access to scientific data available from various sources through a single convenient interface and integrated with your software package managers.
Elephant (Electrophysiology Analysis Toolkit) is an open-source, community centered library for the analysis of electrophysiological data in the Python programming language.
The SimLab Neuroscience contributes to the development of the Helmholtz Analytics Toolkit (HeAT), a flexible and seamless open-source software for high performance data analytics and machine learning.
The JuBrain Anatomy Toolbox (a.k.a. SPM Anatomy Toolbox) is an SPM plugin with probabilistic cytoarchitectonic maps for combination with functional neuroimaging data.
"Julich-Brain" is the first 3D atlas of the human brain that maps the variability of brain structure with micoscopic resolution.
L2L is a flexible hyper-optimization framework which can be used on HPC infrastructure to explore large parameter spaces of complex algorithms using a set of well known machine learning algorithms.
The modular science framework is a software for the deployment of complex interactive workflows on supercomputers, which serves as an orchestrator for scientific applications.
NEST is a simulator for spiking neural network models that focuses on the dynamics, size and structure of neural systems.
NESTML is a modular and extensible domain specific language, which supports domain experts in creating neuron models for the neural simulation tool NEST.
siibra is a software tool suite that implements an extensible and openly accessible brain atlas framework.
The goal of TVB-HPC is to enhance the general performance of simulation and analysis tools provided by The Virtual Brain (TVB) by implementation on HPC resources.
The Jülich Supercomputing Centre provides High Performance Computing and Cloud resources to national, European and international research communities, including resources and services of the Fenix research infrastructure.
Data projects provide access to an extended set of storage resources at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre.