Just in time for SfN 2022 in San Diego, we're releasing TVB 2.7.1 with over 40 improvements including bug fixes and dependencies upgrades.
Head over to our download page and get your update for Windows, macOS and Linux now!
If you have questions or would like to see a demo, visit our *[booth 3116](https://twitter.com/CourtiolJulie
The Brain Simulation Section is proud to announce that the eBRAIN-Health project: Actionable Multilevel Health Data, coordinated by Prof. Petra Ritter, has been funded with € 13Mill by Horizon Europe.
This comprehensive European infrastructure project is done in collaboration with EBRAINS AISBL and 18 additional European partners.
The project aims to develop a new federated
CORDIS recently featured EBRAINS Virtual Brain Cloud Facility Hub Services in its online article: "Making brain research easier with open-source software".
TVB on EBRAINS services were developed under the lead of the Brain Simulation Section at the Charité, and can be accessed here.
Find out mo
The Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes in Marseille is happy to announce a workshop collaboration with Michael Betancourt, a core developer of the popular platform Stan and expert on Hamilton Monte Carlo!
Bayesian Data Analysis is a key methodology for advanced brain simulation with The Virtual Brain, as can be seen in the [Bayesian Virtual Epileptic Patient](https://www.sciencedirec
The Virtual Brain: Facility Hub went online under hub.thevirtualbrain.org and serves as the first official EBRAINS contact point for any TVB related questions.
This complements the EBRAINS hub network, providing access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources of HBP partners, fostering collaboration to carry out cutting-e
Dr. Randy McIntosh appointed Leadership Chair in Neuroscience and Technology Translation Across the Lifespan at the new SFU institute for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology!
Read the article here.
Founding on EOSC project Virtual Brain Cloud Charite now leads EBRAINS’ Health Data Cloud –- a GDPR-compliant, federated research data ecosystem that enables neuroscience research consortia across Europe and beyond to work with sensitive neuroscience data originating from human subjects, as well as defined routes for sharing of the data and results.
Enabling the integration of distributed heal
In January 2021, the Human Brain Project has launched the HBP Innovation Awards to recognize project researchers in their role of “innovators”. The awards will give internal and external visibility to their efforts towards the exploitation of their research results.
The first Innovatio
The Virtual Brain Cloud, EBRAINS and AI-MIND have formed a key strategic collaboration towards AI revolution in brain health care.
Find out more here.
This release brings over 20 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!
- Optimizations in framework: simulation run, Operations and Data structure page load
- Start support for BIDS data: new button on
At CNS*2021 we will be holding a workshop on "Training resources for cross initiative data-driven modeling workflows".
Prof Petra Ritter will introduce training resources for The Virtual Brain.
July 6 at 10-13:30 EDT / 16-19:30 CEST.
TVB-EBRAINS Integrated Workflows - 6th Virtual Workshop will be held on September 3rd from 1200 to 1500 CEST.
The purpose of this Workshop Series is to discuss existing interfaces and workflows of TVB in ERRAINS that have been developed in SGA2 and those under development or being planned for SGA3.
The agenda is still forthcoming, however amongst other topics, we will discuss the [BIDS
Learn about TVB-integrated workflows in upcoming European Institute for Theoretical Neuroscience (EITN) workshop Computational Neuroscience in EBRAINS on June 10th.
TVB Facility Hub on EBRAINS
The Virtual Brain Facility Hub at Aix-Marseille University will provide expert support for activities linked to the use of The Virtual Brain. The Hub aims to increase the capacity of neuroscientists to use ICT tools, such as TVB and EBRAINS, in order to advance scientific knowledge and facilitate the translation of research into clinical applications. To find out more, [Click Here](https://www.hu