The Virtual Brain

  • Brain simulator Code Jam in Romania

    • development

    Key software developers from the TVB team meet again for the 2016 Code Jam in Cluj, Romania.

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.

  • GSoC student completed work on PSE Viewer

    • GSoC
    • development
    • google

    Devin Bayly, the student who worked with the TVB team for the Google Summer of Code, successfully completed his work on the PSE Viewer today.

    Congratulations, Devin!

  • Brain simulator Workshop in Marseille

    • development

    Key software developers and scientists from the TVB team meet again for the 2015 Workshop in Marseille, France

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.

  • Brain simulator Workshop in Cluj

    • development

    Key software developers and scientists from the TVB team meet again for the 2015 Workshop in Cluj, Romania

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.

  • GSoC Student completed work on volumetric time series visualizer

    • GSoC
    • development
    • google

    Robert Parcus, the student who worked with the TVB team for the Google Summer of Code, wrote about his pleasant experience in his blog.

    He also explains in more detail what he did for volumetric time series visualizers and refactoring others.

    Congratulations, Robert!

  • Fundamental paper published: The Virtual Brain: a simulator of primate brain network dynamics

    • development
    • paper

    Finally published and available online:

    The Virtual Brain: a simulator of primate brain network dynamics

    By Paula Sanz Leon, Stuart A. Knock, M. Marmaduke Woodman, Lia Domide, Jochen Mersmann, Anthony R. McIntosh, Viktor Jirsa

    This is the defining and fundamental paper for making our

  • Brain simulator Workshop in Stuttgart

    • development

    Key software developers and scientists from the TVB team meet again for the 2012 Workshop in Stuttgart, Germany

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.

  • Brain simulator Workshop in Toronto

    • development

    Key software developers and scientists from the TVB team meet again for the 2012 Workshop in Toronto, Canada

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.

  • Brain simulator Code Jam in Cluj

    • development

    Key software developers and scientists from the TVB team meet again for the 2012 Code Jam in Cluj, Romania

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.

  • Gearing up for TVB 1.0: The Teaser Release is available!

    • release
    • development
    • software

    Be on the forefront of neuroscience and try out our teaser release!

    Give it a spin: On your PC, on your Mac or your Linux machine!

    Head over to our download page and get your copy now! It's still not completely finished but already solid and impressive.

  • It's getting real: The Virtual Brain goes Alpha!

    • release
    • development
    • software

    An internationl group of selected testers from software specialists to scientist can now try out the Alpha version of The Virtual Brain!

    Simulating a human brain, on your PC, in your browser!

  • Code-Jam in Marseilles, France

    • development

    Key software developers and scientists from the TVB team meet again for the 2011 Code Jam in Marseille, France

    For several days, the leading software specialists and neuroscientists from the TVB team are discussing architecture, upcoming features and how to integrate the latest findings from active neuroscience research.