The Data Science Core processes and stores data on brain structure and function and uses statistical analyses and mathematical modelling to derive fundamental properties.


The core is designed to promote the interaction between numerical and empirical experiments. Data analysis is conducted with various mathematical tools and software using data collected from the Imaging Core and other laboratories with the aim of extracting fundamental properties of the brain. The core also conducts studies on the development of novel data analysis methods. Mathematical modelling by using the experimental data is also conducted for understanding more about brain properties.

Core Manager

Kantaro Fujiwara
Project Associate Professor

Equipment explanation / reservation

GPGPU server

NVIDIA DGX-1 (GPU Memory: 16GB memory per GPU*8, CPU: Dual 20-core Intel Xeon E5-2698 v4 2.2 GHz, System Memory: 512 GB total, Storage: 1.92 TB SSD*4)

Storage server
Storage server

SuperServer2028R-C1R (Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4, 512GB, 1.29PB)

List of scheduled events

There are currently no scheduled events.