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Julich-Brain: Jülich Brain Model

A Jülich research initiative to develop a three-dimensional, realistic model of the human brain, which represents an innovative tool for basic and clinical neuroscience. High-performance computing, simulation and neuroimaging are key elements for reaching this goal.

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Julich-Brain Webtool

Cytoarchitectonic maps in a three-dimensional atlas of the human brain. INM-1 Julich-Brain: Julich-Brain Webtool …

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Simulation Tools

The INM-6 develops multi-scale models of the brain, combining data-driven development of brain theory with the bottom-up approach of directly simulated structured networks, and the top down approach, mapping functional models of higher brain function to spiking dynamics.
INM-6 - Computational and Systems Neuroscience: Simulation Tools …

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High Performance Computing

The Jülich Supercomputing Centre enables scientists and engineers to solve their highly complex problems through simulation on supercomputers of the highest performance class.
JSC - Jülich Supercomputing Centre: High Performance Computing …

Simulation Laboratory Neuroscience

Simulation Laboratory Neuroscience - Bernstein Facility Simulation and Database Technology

The Simulation Laboratory Neuroscience supports neuroscientists from all over Europe in the optimal use of the Jülich supercomputers. It will also encourage the development of theoretical models, the development of simulation technology, and standardization in the field of brain research. More: Simulation Laboratory Neuroscience - Bernstein Facility Simulation and Database Technology …

Helmholtz Portfolio: Supercomputing and Modeling for the Human Brain

Helmholtz Portfolio Theme - Supercomputing and Modeling for the Human Brain

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Human Brain Project

Julich-Brain researchers participate in the Human Brain Project, a candidate project within the European Union's FET Flagship initiative. http://www.humanbrainproject.eu