Brian 2 core team

Marcel Stimberg
Sorbonne University, Paris
Marcel is a software research engineer in the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics. He is working on tools for neural simulations and electrophysiology, and is involved in initiatives to improve the quality of research software, and encourage its recognition as a research result.


Dan Goodman
Imperial College London
Dan is a faculty member in the Intelligent Systems and Networks group in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Imperial College London. Dan is interested in uncovering fundamental principles of neural computations, using a variety of methods including spiking neural networks and machine learning techniques.


Ben Evans
University of Sussex
Ben is a lecturer in Computer Science and AI in the Department of Informatics at the University of Sussex. He is interested in how neural systems can self-organise to produce robust, adaptive and intelligent behaviour, which he studies from both a biological and a computational perspective through modelling.


Romain Brette
Sorbonne University, Paris
Romain is a research director in computational and theoretical neuroscience in the AMAC team of the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics. His main interests are neural modeling of perception and spike initiation. He also has an interest in epistemology.

Brian 1 team

In addition to the Brian 2 team members, additional work was done on Brian 1 by:

Full team for Brian 2

Full list of code and documentation contributors, ordered by the time of their first commit. See the release notes for acknowledgements of further contributions in the form of bug reports, testing, suggestions, etc.