Contributors and Funding

Current Contributors

  • Axel Thielscher
    • Project coordination

    • Debugging and maintenance of mri2mesh, headreco and meshfix.

    • dwi2cond (2.1)

    • Example dataset ernie (2.1)

  • Guilherme B. Saturnino
    • TES optimiaztion algorithms (3.1, 3.2)

    • Installation procedure (3.0, 3.2)

    • Documentation (3.0, 3.1 and 3.2)

    • Fast FEM code (3.0)

    • (together with K. Weise) UQ functionality (3.0)

    • New python core (2.1)

    • GUI (2.0)

    • Electrode modeling for TES (2.0)

    • Bug-fixing

  • Jesper D. Nielsen
    • Main author of headreco pipeline (2.1)

  • Kristoffer H. Madsen
    • MNI transformation (2.1)

    • Fast I/O for gmsh-meshes in python (2.0)

    • Pre-calculated A-fields for TMS in the pipeline using nifti volume files (2.0)

  • Oula Puonti
    • headreco (2.1)

    • New MNI head mesh (2.1)

  • Hassan Yazdanian and Kim Knudsen
    • Magnetic Field Calculations (3.2)

  • Konstantin Weise
    • First version of the TMS optimization (3.1)

    • UQ functionality (3.0)

  • Thomas Knoesche
    • Help with the UQ functionality (3.0)

  • Ole Numssen
    • First version of the TMS optimization (3.1)

  • Luis J. Gomez, Moritz Dannhauer, and Angel V. Peterchev; Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, U.S.A.
    • Auxiliary Dipole Method (ADM) TMS optimization (3.2)

Former Contributors

  • Mirko Windhoff
    • Main contributor to SimNIBS 1.0

  • Alex Opitz
    • Implementation of first diffusion-to-conductivity mapping approach

    • Co-contributor to many other parts in SimNIBS 1.0

    • Testing and validation of the new FEM calculations for tDCS in SimNIBS 2.0

  • Andre Antunes
    • Main contributor to the FEM pipeline in SimNIBS 2.0

    • Implementation of a range of post-processing programs in SimNIBS 2.0

  • Andreas Bungert
    • Testing of the new FEM pipeline in SimNIBS 2.0

Acknowledgements

SimNIBS integrates free software for Neuroimaging, computer graphics and FEM calculations into one coherent pipeline:

Institutions

Funding Sources

We would like to thank our funding sources

lundbeck novo sdc stiped if nimh