The overarching goal of The Virtual Brain Cloud (TVB-Cloud) is personalized prevention and treatment of dementia. To achieve generalizable results that help individual patients, The Virtual Brain Cloud integrates the data of large cohorts of patients and healthy controls through multi-scale brain simulation using The Virtual Brain (or TVB) simulator. There is a need for infrastructures for sharing and processing health data at a large scale that comply with the EU general data protection regulations (or GDPR). The VirtualBrainCloud consortium closes this gap, making health data actionable. Elaborated data protection concepts minimize the risks for data subjects and allow scientists to use sensitive data for research and clinical translation.

TVB-Cloud is a project of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and infrastructure facility of EBRAINS.


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Brain Atlas Web App

Try our interactive brain atlas web app now!

Available in: English, Hebrew, Arabic, German, Polish, Spanish.


30th Alzheimer Europe Conference videos are now available online

Videos of the 30th Alzheimer Europe Conference are now online. Presentations include: AI approaches for dementia research, diagnosis & treatment and Dementia research and AI: ethical, legal and social implications.


New paper on security & cloud computing under the European Legal Framework

We are pleased to announce the publication Mapping the European Legal Framework on Security Requirements for Cloud Computing Infrastructures in the Healthcare Sector.

The paper was authored by Michael Cepic, Mariana Rissetto. In it we outline the different legislation governing security of cloud infrastructures in Europe and how their legislative security approaches might differ.

Read the paper here


TVB-Cloud develops a solution for the “Reproducibility Crisis” for sensitive data. DataLad is an important component to this solution. To find out more, watch the newly published video “What is DataLad?”

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New publication in press

Measures of Resting State EEG Rhythms for Clinical Trials in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients: Recommendations of an Expert Panel.

(2021) Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association

Brain Innovation Days

Keynote Speech

We are proud to share with you that The Virtual Brain Cloud has been selected for a keynote speech at the launch event of the Brain Innovation Days series.

Watch the entire digital launch event - including Petra Ritter's keynote speech, The Virtual Brain Cloud: Making personal health data actionable here.

TVB-Cloud: EBRAINS Research Facility

Our consortium Virtual Brain Cloud - led by the Charité Berlin - serves as a Research Infrastructure Facility supporting EBRAINS – the digital research infrastructure of the EU Flagship Human Brain Project. Find out more about EBRAINS and see an overview of all EBRAINS facilities on page 21 of the below Discover EBRAINS booklet.

Download Discover EBRAINS booklet

Conferences & Events

Realising the European Open Science Cloud Expo

Visit our TVB-Cloud booth at the EOSC Expo Exhibit Hall.

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30th Alzheimer Europe Conference


We are inviting you to join the  online 30th Annual Alzheimer Europe Conference, organized by our patients representatives project partner, Alzheimer Europe.

For more information about registration and participation, please follow this link:


Bridging the gap between new technologies, health research and the protection of personal data: GDPR impact conference


Join us at the TVB-Cloud Conference on GDPR Impact taking place ONLINE on September 18th, 2020, organized by the University of Vienna Department of Innovation and Digitalization in Law.

For more information and registration please visit the following link:

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Latest Publications

Brain Network Simulations Indicate Effects of Neuregulin-1 Genotype on Excitation-Inhibition Balance in Cortical Dynamics.

Cerebral Cortex
doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhaa339

The Bayesian Virtual Epileptic Patient: A probabilistic framework designed to infer the spatial map of epileptogenicity in a personalized large-scale brain model of epilepsy spread

doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116839


Movement Disorders After Hypoxic Brain Injury Following Cardiac Arrest in Adults

European Jounal of Neurology
doi: 10.1111/ene.14326


VirtualBrainCloud partners

The world-leading experts in clinical research on neurodegenerative diseases and mathematical modelling develop a computational platform for translational research that integrates clinical data from molecular biology and neurology, using nonlinear systems theory as framework. Central to this platform is a multi-scale multi-omics brain model that spans spatiotemporal scale from molecules to organs and from nanoseconds to years.


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