Contributors

  • Axel Thielscher: Project coordination; Debugging and maintenance of mri2mesh & meshfix; Implementation of new diffusion-to-conductivity mapping script
  • Mirko Windhoff: Main contributor to the first version of SimNIBS
  • Alex Opitz: Implementation of first diffusion-to-conductivity mapping approach; Co-contributor to many other parts of the first version; Testing and validation of the new FEM calculations for tDCS
  • Andre Antunes: Main contributor to the new FEM pipeline in SimNIBS 2.0; Implementation of a range of post-processing programs to accurately determine the electric field
  • Andreas Bungert: Testing of the new FEM pipeline
  • Guilherme B. Saturnino: Main contributor to the GUI and the electrode modeling for tDCS; Implementation of the new installation procedure; Bug-fixing of SimNIBS 2.0
  • Kristoffer H. Madsen: Implementation of fast I/O for gmsh-meshes in python; Integration of precalculated A-fields for TMS in the pipeline using nifti-volume files


Acknowledgements

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

 
 
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