Fenix contributes to the FENS 2020 Virtual Forum that takes place online on 11-15 July 2020, with a streamed video presentation and a live Q&A session within the context of the event. In particular, Anne Nahm (Juelich Supercomputing Centre) and Alex Upton (CSCS) give a video presentation titled "Computational Resources for Neuroscientists" and are also happy to reply to any relevant questions from the audience.
The presentation offers an introduction to the Fenix infrastructure which is providing compute, cloud and storage resources to neuroscientists and highlights a few neuroscience projects that are using the resources provided by Fenix. You can find the full slides here.
Don't miss the live Q&A sessions on Tuesday 14 July at 09:30-10:15 CEST and Wednesday 15 July at 14:00-14:45 CEST.
Watch the video presentation:
About the event
The FENS 2020 Virtual Forum aims to provide all the latest neuroscience developments this year, from basic to translational research. It offers the full FENS Forum scientific programme with over 300 speakers, sessions, debates and symposia with live Q&A, interactive posters and live chat with the authors, access to presentations and posters for up to 3 months after the Forum, as well as networking opportunities. See the full programme and register here.