[Comp-neuro] The Virtual Brain Node 5 in Marseille, May 15-16 2017
viktor.sip at univ-amu.fr
Fri Mar 31 20:15:35 CEST 2017
*The Virtual Brain (TVB) Node 5*
*2-day Training Workshop in Marseille, France, on May 15-16, 2017*
We would like to invite interested students and researchers to the
upcoming *The Virtual Brain Node 5 *workshop, Marseille, France, 15th -
16th May 2017.
The workshop is dedicated to a theoretical and hands-on understanding of
large-scale brain network modeling using the open source
neuroinformatics platform The Virtual Brain (TVB). For the first time
this workshop will be held over 2 days and will go more in depth
regarding the hands-on modeling sessions along explicit use cases from
resting state studies and clinical applications to epilepsy and stroke.
Also for the first time we will offer in-depth training of fitting
virtual brain models to human imaging data.
The Virtual Brain simulation environment enables the biologically
realistic modeling of network dynamics using connectome-based approaches
across different brain scales. Personalized brain network models can be
derived from an individual’s MRI data. Configurable brain network models
generate macroscopic neuroimaging signals including functional MRI,
intracranial and stereotactic EEG, surface EEG and MEG for single
subjects. TVB researchers from different backgrounds can benefit from an
integrative software platform including a supporting framework for data
management (generation, organization, storage, integration and sharing)
and a simulation core written in Python.
*Workshop format:* lectures and hands-on tutorials. Participants are
encouraged to bring their own data to work on.
*Workshop program overview:*
*- Theoretical background of large scale brain network modeling
- Architecture of The Virtual Brain (TVB)
- Interacting with TVB using GUI and Python interface
- Preprocessing neuroimaging data, or how to obtain a TVB dataset
- Fitting the brain model parameters to the functional data
- Modeling resting state network dynamics in fMRI
- Modeling stroke and recovery
- Modeling epilepsy and surgical interventions
- Modifying TVB code and implementing new features
- Bring your own data hands-on sessions: preprocessing and simulations
Further information and the registration form are at:
*Registration will be closed on April 20th.*
With any questions please contact Viktor Sip (viktor.sip at univ-amu.fr
<mailto:viktor.sip at univ-amu.fr>).
INS - Institut de Neurosciences des Systèmes
UMR INSERM 1106, Aix-Marseille Université
27 Bd Jean Moulin
viktor.sip at univ-amu.fr
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