NeuroML Scientific Committee#
The responsibilities of the NeuroML Scientific Committee are:
To advise on the scientific focus of the NeuroML initiative; to ensure that the structure of the language is based on the latest knowledge of neuronal anatomy and physiology.
To agree on the technical implementation for the core specifications (in collaboration with the NeuroML Editorial Board) and to ensure that best practices are encouraged in model specification.
To promote NeuroML internationally, both the core specifications and the tools which support the language.
To define the governance structure of the NeuroML Initiative and outline a path towards a specification process with dedicated, elected editors.
To engage with other standardisation and databasing initiatives in the computational neuroscience and wider biology fields.
To review and agree on extensions to the core specifications and the scope of the initiative; to address issues the community raises regarding the direction of the initiative.
Krasnow Institute of Advanced Studies
George Mason University, USA
Arizona State University
Université Paris Descartes
Georgia Gwinnett College
University College London
(Note: past members who are currently members of the NeuroML Editorial Board are not listed.)