The Norwegian Node was established in 2007, and is one of the Governing Nodes, which contribute to the scientific operation of INCF.


The INCF Node of Norway coordinates activities at the national level and is contributing to the Neuroinformatics Platform of the EU Horizon 2020 Human Brain Project. The overall goal is to facilitate integration of data in order to increase the understanding of the brain in health and disease.

Contact details

Contact person

Jan G. Bjaalie, University of Oslo

Node members

University of Oslo

Jan G. Bjaalie (Node Coordinator and Coordinator for Digital Atlasing / Ontologies / Data sharing)
Trygve B. Leergaard (Digital Atlasing / Ontologies / Data sharing)
Maja Puchades (Digital Atlasing / Data sharing)
Dmitri A. Darine and Gergely Csucs (System Developers, The Rodent Brain WorkBench)

Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås

Gaute Einevoll (Coordinator for Multi-Scale Modeling, INCF Training Committee Member)
Torbjørn Ness (postdoc, Multi-Scale Modeling)
Geir Halnes (postdoc, Multi-Scale Modeling)

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim

Menno Witter (Digital Atlasing / Ontologies / Data sharing)

Annual Node Report 2017

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