NeuroML Development Workshops
- In 2013, the NeuroML Development Workshop is merged into the Open Source Brain kickoff meeting in Alghero, Sardinia. More
details on this meeting can be found here.
- March 12-16, 2012: The fourth annual NeuroML Development Workshop took place at the Informatics Forum in Edinburgh, UK. The NeuroML workshop was combined with the
BrainScaleS (previously FACETS) CodeJam meeting.
More details can be found here.
- March 31st & April 1st, 2011: The third annual NeuroML Development Workshop took place in London. Minutes for this meeting can be found
here. A key outcome of the meeting was the creation of a Scientific Committee for NeuroML.
- March 4-5, 2010: The second NeuroML Development Workshop was held in Arizona State University to plan for
version 2.0 of the NeuroML model description language. More details about the workshop are available here.
For the meeting minutes, see the 2010 workshop report.
There was also a Symposium on Multiscale Approaches to Understanding Neural Plasticity
held at ASU before the main meeting and a number of tutorials on software for multiscale modeling given by the meeting participants on the following day.
- March 9-10, 2009: The
NeuroML Development Workshop was held at University College London. The focus of the
workshop was to refine the specifications for describing models of
channel kinetics and the biophysical properties of cells. Special thanks
to the Wellcome Trust, the INCF, and the NSF for their generous support of this
endeavour. More details are available here.
- May 19, 2010: A second joint NeuroML and SBML meeting was held at the European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK between contributors to
both of these initiatives. Discussions centered on the extensions needed in NeuroML version 2.0 to allow access to model elements specified in SBML and other model description languages.
Minutes of the meeting are available here and more details of the agenda items can be found
- October 7, 2009: A meeting was held at the European Bioinformatics Institute, Hinxton, UK between contributors to the NeuroML and SBML initiatives
to discuss scenarios for creation of models incorporating elements from both modelling languages. Minutes of the meeting are available here.
- September 7-9, 2008: Padraig Gleeson and Sharon Crook conducted a demo of NeuroML at the 1st Congress of the
International Neuroinformatics Coordinating Facility on
Neuroinformatics in Stockholm,
Funding for the NeuroML initiative has been received from a number of sources: