This year's INCF Nodes workshop is organized together with our Japan Node. It is open to the wider scientific community, and will be held back-to-back with J-Node's yearly Advances in neuroinformatics meeting, AINI 2016, at RIKEN, on May 28-29.
The Nodes Workshop will be focused on networking, with a special session on Asian and Pacific neuroinformatics. Joint poster and demo sessions will be held on both days. Abstracts can be submitted until April 18.
The first 2016 issue of our Newsletter is out! Read organizational news, see a teaser of our new website, and read more about our participation in Google SUmmer of Code and our upcoming Nodes WS (Japan, May 28-29) and Neuroinformatics Congress (Reading UK, Sept 3-4). As usual, we highlight recent papers and upcoming conferences.
The Human Brain Project is releasing the first components, services and tools of its 6 ICT Platforms to the scientific community (Neuroinformatics, Brain Simulation, High Performance Analytics and Computing, Medical Informatics, Neuromorphic Computing, Neurorobotics). Starting on 30 March, scientific users, who are not members of the HBP Consortium, can request access to prototype versions of the Platforms via a single entry point, the HBP Collaboratory.
INCF SUPPORTING PARTNERS
INCF receives contributions from our member countries, based on gross domestic expenditures on research and development.
Karolinska Institutet and the Royal Institute of Technology are the host institutions of INCF. Further support is also received from the Swedish Research Council.
INCF gratefully acknowledges former and current support from the following: