At the Human Brain Project Summit & Open Days in Athens, the TVB team is proudly presenting the results of the last two years of active research.
All services and resources will be made available on the new EBRAINS platform!
For over 20 years, bright minds and ambitious projects have attempted to emulate the human brain across various scales of organization. Despite impressive efforts to bring in the latest and greatest computing power of massively parallel hardware, success hasn’t yielded practical applications yet.
To get practicality sooner, The Virtual Brain takes a network approach on the largest scale: By manipulating network parameters, in particular the brain’s connectivity, The Virtual Brain simulates its behavior as it is commonly observed in clinical scanners (e.g. EEG, MEG, fMRI).
Though The Virtual Brain incorporates the complex world of neuro-chemistry only to a small degree, it gains a lot by not becoming as complex as the brain itself.
Instead, The Virtual Brain embraces and extends novel concepts from computational, cognitive and clinical neuroscience in order to drastically reduce the model's complexity while still keeping it sufficiently realistic – and delivering the same output as clinical brain-scanners.
Brain Connectivity Workshop 2020
TVB at the Mobile World Congress 2020
TVB at Human Brain Project Summit 2020
TVB presentation at Berlin Brains 2020
TVB lecture at Bernstein Center Berlin
TVB lecture at HEIBRIDS Berlin
TVB training course at Bernstein Center
See TVB live at SfN 2019!
Zenodo has gained credibility in the science world, by providing reliability, a good indexing and flexibility for the published content. Thus, we decided to use it for our tvb-data.
This is now the recommended place, from where you can download TVB compatible datasets.
Our [Github Repo for tvb-data] (https://github.com/t
This release brings over 50 improvements including bug fixes and dependencies upgrades. It's available for download for all supported platforms!
Head over to our download page and get your update now!
Note: This release will be relevant during our workshop [TVB Node#8] (https://www.thevirtualbrain.org/tvb/zwei/newswire-event-si
The Virtual Brain offers 3 exciting student projects for the Google Summer of Code 2019!
Participants get a chance to work on a well-kept codebase with our mentors and contribute to better the
The Virtual Brain was successful in two recent ‘digital infrastructure’ and ‘medical informatics platform’ calls of the EU Flagship The Human Brain Project (HBP) and officially joined
The Virtual Brain was successful in a recent Research and Innovation Call of the European Commission Horizon2020 program with the topic “Exploiting the full potential of in-silico medicine research for personalized diagnostics and therapies in cloud-based environments”.The newly formed VirtualBrainCloud consortium led by Prof. Ritter a