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Mario Negrello published a book entitled Computational Modeling of the Brain

This volume offers an up-to-date overview of essential concepts and modern approaches to computational modelling, including the use of experimental techniques related to or directly inspired by them. The book introduces, at increasing levels of complexity and with the non-specialist in mind, state-of-the-art topics ranging from single-cell and molecular descriptions to circuits and networks. Four

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Dutch Gravitation grant “Brain Interface Initiative (DBI2)” awarded

The DBI2 proposal has been awarded a total funding of 142.7 million euros to conduct 10-year-long scientific research in brain-machine interfaces, as part of the Gravitation program. The mission of DBI2 is the fostering of a novel, integrated approach to brain-machine interfaces in which the Neurocomputing Lab is taking as part on the behalf of the

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Hooking up the Human Brain Project and our Olivocerebellar System

Our recently awarded ArborIO project has officially made us a partner of the Human Brain Project initiative. The official start of the ArborIO took place Tuesday the 16th of February. The project involves partners in Switzerland (CSCS), Italy (University of Pavia / Trieste), and is concerned with producing a human scale model of the olivocerebellar

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Vineyard App Store is Online!

The accel-store is a consolidation of all HPC kernels and applications used within the VINEYARD project.The repository from VINEYARD aims to foster the utilization of FPGAs in the data centers for acceleration of cloud computing by providing ready-to-use IP cores. The VINEYARD repository is open to any academic institute that wishes to provide IP cores for

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