The virtual NEST Conference 2022
Thursday/Friday 23/24 June
The NEST Initiative is excited to invite everyone interested in Neural Simulation Technology and the NEST Simulator to the virtual NEST Conference 2022. The NEST Conference provides an opportunity for the NEST Community to meet, exchange success stories, swap advice, learn about current developments in and around NEST spiking network simulation and its application.
The NEST Conference 2022 will be held as a virtual conference on Thursday/Friday 23/24 June.
Registration is open!
Please note that you can profit from a reduced fee by becoming a NEST Initiative member before April 30! For more information on conference and membership fees please visit the conference page.
The Neural Simulation Technology Initiative
The NEST Initiative has advanced computational neuroscience since 2001 by pushing the limits of large-scale simulations of biologically realistic neuronal networks. Since 2012, the NEST Initiative is incorporated as a non-profit member-based organization promoting scientfic collaboration in computational neuroscience.
The Board and Members govern the NEST Initiative in accordance to its Statutes.
What we do
As a community of developers:
How to join us
There are many ways to be a part of the NEST Community.
- If you want to work with NEST you should definitely sign up for our NEST User and Announcement mailing lists and share your experiences with other NESTies.
- If you want to work on NEST as a developer, stay abreast of the newest developments and contribute your own code to NEST, the NEST GitHub Repository is the place to go. Here, you will find current source code, our bug tracker, and developer discussions; plus, you can contribute your own code via pull requests.
- As an active developer contributing code to NEST, you are welcome to join the NEST Initiative as an active member and shape the future developement of NEST. You will find more information on our Membership page.
- If you just want to support the goals of the NEST Initiative without contributing code, you are welcome to join us as a community member, as described on our Membership page.