Blue Brain Project Events and Conferences
Blue Brain Project event participation
Advanced Machine Learning Days 2019
The Blue Brain Nexus team will be hosting a workshop during AMLD.
Blue Brain Nexus, a knowledge graph for data driven projects
Event website – https://www.appliedmldays.org/
EPFL’s Lab for Topology and Neuroscience Workshop
Cité des Métiers
The Blue Brain Project will be part of the Nomads Foundation exhibition ‘Futur des métiers’ at the Cité des Métiers taking place in the Palexpo Exhibition Centre, Geneva, Switzerland this November.cite-metiers.ch
SfN 48th Annual Meeting Blue Brain Scientists attending – Giuseppe Chindemi, Taylor Newton, Cristina Colangelo, Natali Barros Zulaica, Michael Reimann, James King, Eleftherios Zisis, Lida Kanari, Armando Romani, Srikanth Ramaswamy and Jay Coggan. Meet them during #SfN2018 Session 521 “Computation, Modeling, and Simulation: Network Models: Experimentation”. Posters – LLL1 and LLL2 by Max Nolte and Cristina Colangelo. Session 438 – Neuromodulation of Brain States in Health and Disease: Bridging Experiments and Computational Models – Srikanth RamaswamyClick here for the Conference website
#SfN2018 Session 521 “Computation, Modeling, and Simulation: Network Models: Experimentation”. Posters – LLL1 and LLL2 by Max Nolte and Cristina Colangelo. Session 438 – Neuromodulation of Brain States in Health and Disease: Bridging Experiments and Computational Models – Srikanth Ramaswamy Click here for the Conference website
Planète Santé Live’
The Blue Brain Project is delighted to be taking part in ‘Planète Santé Live’ at the Palexpo Exhibition Centre, Geneva, Switzerland.
Visit us on Stand 33.
Blue Brain Scientists will be attending and presenting at CNS 2018 Saturday 14 July – Poster session one – Max Nolte, Michael Reimann, Giuseppe Chindemi, Taylor Newton and Armando Romani will present posters 57-62 Sunday 15 July – Poster session two – Lida Kanari will present poster 122 – Randomness and structure in artificially generated neuronal networks Tuesday 17 July – Presentation by Lida Kanari as part of the 4th workshop on Neuronal morphology and structure
Visit the Blue Brain Nexus stand in exhibition hall 2.2 – stand 8. Neuroinformatics specialists – Anna Kaufmann and Didac Montero Mendez will be available to demonstrate Blue Brain Nexus which has been built to organize, store and process exceptionally large volumes of data and support usage by a broad number of users. Blue Brain Scientists will also be attending the Forum.forum2018.fens.org/
Blue Brain will be attending Channelopathy 2018
Blue Brain will be attending ISC High Performance 2018
What makes us Human: from Genes to Machines 2018
Prof. Henry Markram will be presenting at the Conference.
Frontiers Data Services Workshop 2018: Open Research Data to Support Sustainable Health Initiatives
Samuel Kerrien – Section Manager Data and Knowledge Engineering is presenting at the Workshop.
FAIR data and knowledge managementClick here for the Frontiers Announcement