EBRAINS Research Infrastructure: supporting the future of brain science
About the session
EBRAINS is a digital research infrastructure, created by the EU-funded Human Brain Project, to foster brain-related research and to help translate the latest scientific discoveries into innovation in medicine and industry, for the benefit of patients and society. The EBRAINS Session at EOSC will offer an excellent opportunity to learn more about how EBRAINS research infrastructure supports the future of brain science with researchers-centred, value-based technologies. As a digital research infrastructure, created by the EU-funded Human Brain Project, EBRAINS fosters brain-related research and to help translate the latest scientific discoveries into innovation in medicine and industry, for the benefit of patients and society.
Relevance for EOSC
During this session, you will have the chance to hear Keynote Speakers and renowned scientists presenting their vision on the following topics: Leveraging the value of brain data, Open Science and Brain Research, A solution approach for EBRAINS Research Infrastructure.
|13.00-13.15||Introduction of EBRAINS and moderation –|
|Mr. Paweł Świeboda |
(CEO EBRAINS and Director General at Human Brain Project)
|13.15-13.30||The Paradigm of Open Science for brain research and FAIR principles –|
|Prof. Dr. M.D. Jan Bjaalie |
(Professor at the University of Oslo, Leader of EBRAINS Data Services)
|13.30-13.45||A solution approach for EBRAINS Research Infrastructure by Univ||Prof. Dr. med. Petra Ritter|
(BIH Johanna Quandt Professor for Brain Simulation, Director Brain Simulation Section, Berlin Institute of Health & Dept. of Neurology, Charité University Hospital Berlin)
|13.45-14.00||EBRAINS and EOSC||Prof. Dr. Yannis Ioannidis |
(EOSC Steering Board representative for Greece, ESFRI Executive Board Member, President of ACM, Professor of Informatics and Telecommunications at University of Athens)
|14.00-14.30||Q&A session||Pawel Swieboda|
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