We congratulate our lab leader, Petra Ritter, on becoming a finalist at the Falling Walls Remote conference with her contribution "Breaking the Wall to the Virtual Brain". We wish her well in this “Breakthrough 2020“ competition!
The Falling Walls series and competition is in memory of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and asks the question, "which walls still remain, and which will be broken next?
Interested in giving a presentation about your research?
Apply now with your project for the Future Medicine Science Pitch until October 11th, 2020!
Open for scientists and clinicians at any stage in their career using artificial intelligence to do work relevant to translational and systems medicine.
Deadline for submission of short abstracts is 11 October 2020.
The videos of the recent GDPR Impact in Health and Research Conference held by Virtual Brain Cloud are now online.
You can watch them here.
Video lectures of the first TVB EBRAINS workshop are now online at the INCF training space. Please find the videos here.
In this course we present the TVB-EBRAINS integrated workflows that have been developed in the Human Brain Project in the third funding phase (“SGA2”) in the Co-Design Project 8 “The Virtual Brain”.
Prof. Petra Ritter and the Brain Simulation Section are participants in the NFDI4Health Initiative.
The Brain Simulation Section will contribute to NFDI4Health Initiative's activities by building health data infrastructures.
NFDI4Health has been selected for funding in the DFG National Research Infrastructure (NFDI) Initiative.
We are happy to announce that Prof. Ritter acts as co-spokesperson of the NFDI-Neuro initiative for the Charité.
The aim of the National Research Data Infrastructure (NFDI) is to systematically manage scientific and research data, provide long-term data storage, backup and accessibility, and network the data both nationally and internationally. The NFDI will
Read more about brain simulation and The Virtual Brain in German newspaper "Die Welt". The article covers a variety of use cases for brain simulation, including in research and treatment development for Alzheimers, epilepsy and heart attacks.
Check it out here.