Hosted in a different country every year, these events are a great opportunity to meet leading experts from computational neuroscience, neuroscience methodology and experimental neuroscience!
- Valery Bragin will be presenting a poster on "Interfacing biophysical circuits with whole-brain networks using The Virtual Brain and NetPyNE" (P172) on Tuesday, July 18, from 16:50 - 18:50.
- Julie Courtiol will be an invited speaker at Workshop W07: "The impact of photopharmacology on brain circuits research: present and future prospects" on Tuesday, July 18, from 09:00 - 12:30.
We are thrilled to announce our participation at the 32nd Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting, which will be held in Leipzig, Germany, from July 15-19, 2023. This in-person event, hosted at the iconic "Kongresshalle am Zoo," promises to be a stimulating gathering of computational neuroscientists from around the world. But that's not all! As part of this remarkable event, we are hosting a captivating workshop that you won't want to miss.
The Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting, organized by the esteemed Organization for Computational Neurosciences (OCNS), serves as a platform to showcase the latest advancements and foster collaboration in the field. It offers a unique opportunity for young scientists and senior leaders alike to present their work, exchange ideas, and engage in meaningful discussions.
Our Workshop: Multiscale Personalized Brain Network Modeling: Towards Clinical Applications
As part of this prestigious event, we are excited to present our workshop focused on multiscale personalized brain network modeling and its potential applications in clinical contexts, that is taking place on Wednesday, July 19.
Our workshop brings together experts from various disciplines to discuss the interdisciplinary aspects of computational and clinical neuroscience, digital infrastructure, reproducible research, and the ethical considerations surrounding human digital twins.
Join us for an engaging program that covers a wide range of topics and features insightful presentations and discussions. Here is the agenda for our workshop:
|Introduction to personalized brain twin technology, its validation and certification for clinical application
Petra RitterBrain Simulation Section
|The Virtual Brain simulation platform
Julie CourtiolBrain Simulation Section
|Ontology for brain network models
Christoph HüttlBrain Simulation Section
|Integrating biological knowledge in brain network models: The Virtual Brain Knowledge Base adapter
Leon MartinBrain Simulation Section
|Automated and containerized processing pipelines for creating simulation ready structural and functional stroke brain data
Patrik BeyBrain Simulation Section
|The Virtual Mouse Brain
Jeehye AnBrain Simulation Section
|Modeling cerebral energy metabolism in The Virtual Brain
Taher HalgurdBrain Simulation Section
|Multiscale brain simulation: Coupling of various neuronal simulators
Valery BraginBrain Simulation Section
|Use Case: In silico optimization of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) with multiscale patient brain models and BIDS standard for computational models
Jil MeierBrain Simulation Section
|Hands-On: Simulate brain stimulation with TVB
Anaïs HalimiBrain Simulation Section
|Use Case: Brain network modeling for decision support in dementia
Leon StefanovskiBrain Simulation Section
|Simulating cognitive brain function
Petra RitterBrain Simulation Section
Stay connected and access the training materials presented during the event on the EBRAINS Collab - TVB Edu: https://wiki.ebrains.eu/bin/view/Collabs/tvb-edu/
To access the EBRAINS Collab, an EBRAINS account is required. Don't worry if you don't have an account yet! Signing up is simple and FREE. Just click here: https://www.ebrains.eu/page/sign-up and register with your institutional email address.
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Are you eager to stay updated on the latest advancements in computational neuroscience? Do you want to immerse yourself in the fascinating intersection of mathematics, computer science, and neuroscience?
Join us at the 32nd Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting. Discover the detailed program and register for CNS*2023 on the official website to secure your place at this exceptional event.
We look forward to your participation and the opportunity to connect with fellow computational neuroscientists at the 32nd Annual Computational Neuroscience Meeting. Let's explore the frontiers of brain research together!