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Human Brain Project

European Commission Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship that aims to put in place a cutting-edge, ICT-based scientific Research Infrastructure for brain research, cognitive neuroscience and brain-inspired computing. The project duration is ten years from 2013 until 2023 and scientists from 118 institutions and 19 states respectively participate in the program. INM-1 is leading subproject 2, Human Brain Organization and Prof. Dr. Katrin Amunts is the Scientific Research Director of the HBP.

Helmholtz Portfolioantrag - Supercomputing and Modeling for the Human Brain

Allied program partnership of "Supercomputing & Big Data" and "Decoding the Human Brain" at the interface of computer- and neuroscience

The Helmholtz International BigBrain Analytics and Learning Laboratory HIBALL is the new funding umbrella for the BigBrain Project.

Helmholtz AI

Together with JSC the INM-1 is implementing the Helmholtz AI Local Unit for researchfield Information.

Max Planck School of Cognition
Doctoral program that offers exceedingly bright students a superior grasp of the different methods and approaches used in the rapidly evolving field of Cognition

Cooperation with Prof. Yosef Grodzinsky ( at the Neurolinguistics Lab, Edmond & Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences: Focus on the functional neuroanatomy of language and formal logics in the healthy and diseased brain.

Development of real-time visualization tools within the framework of JARA with Prof. Torsten Kuhlen and Tobias Rick, VR Group Computing and Communication Center of RWTH Aachen University.

PD Dr. Karl Rohr

Registration of serial brain section images

Jean-Francois Mangin,

Cyril Poupon, PhD

Combined brain imaging with Diffusion MRI and 3D-Polarized Light Imaging & Nerve fiber modeling for imaging simulation

Development of a realistic brain model with Prof. Alan Evans (McGill University, Montreal).

Cooperation with Prof. Murray Grossman (, Frontotemporal Degeneration Center at UPenn. Focus: neurocognition of language and thought in the healthy and atrophic brain.