- The Virtual Brain
The BrainModes project: "Personalized whole brain simulations: linking connectomics and dynamics in the human brain", which received funding from the European Research Council, has ended last January 2022. Time to report the results achieved!
CORDIS recently featured the BrainModes project success in its online article: *"Simulations help us understand how the brain works
Read the interview given by Prof. Petra Ritter about Horizon 2020-funded Virtual Brain Cloud project: "VirtualBrainCloud project uses AI-based brain simulations to improve the classification of Alzheimer's disease", in Dementia Europe Magazine, issue 39, June 2022, by Alzheimer Europe [here](https://issuu.com/alzheimer-europe/docs/06642alzheimereuropemagazineissue39summer
- Open Science
- The Virtual Brain
- Human Brain Project
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.
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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
Prof. Petra Ritter was recently interviewed by Carina Schroeder at the radio station Deutschlandfunk Kultur about human digital twin technologies:
"We can construct digital twins of brains and also simulate them, but not exact copies of the brain. The brain is far too complex for that."
The interview was performed in German language.
Our research topic on Brain Modeling of Neurodegenerative Disorders is complete!
This research topic was motivated by the 2018 BrainModes meeting, dedicated to “Computational Modeling of neurodegeneration and the aging brain”, hosted by the Cuban Neuroscience Center in Havana.
This topic aimed to solicit research which explores innovative means of understanding comple
The replay of the McGill Precision Convergence Webinar Series: "Towards Sustainable Software For Research and Societal Impact at Scale" from last [December 2021](https://www.brainsimulation.org/bsw/zwei/events/single/7750--towards-sustainable-research-software-meet-prof-petra-ritter-at-the-m