Cloud & High Performance Computing in Biomedicine
27 April 2017, UCL, London UK

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The day involved presentations from our Core and Associate Partners punctuated with discussions over tea and coffee, with lunch provided.

This meeting provided a forum for users from academia, industry and healthcare sectors to meet with open source software developers alongside independent software and hardware vendors, in order to determine what the best selection of capabilities is to meet their own needs. It helped CompBioMed to define directions in which we would like to advance our users’ interests.


Microsoft is proud to sponsor Cloud & High Performance Computing in Biomedicine 2017. Academic participants can receive a $500 Azure cloud credits, valid for one month, by simply emailing Kenji.Takeda@Microsoft.com Larger Azure awards are available through the Microsoft Azure for Research program – apply by June 15th 2017 at www.azure4research.com. Anyone can apply for an Azure for Research award for substantial cloud computing resources for your research project – it’s quick and easy to apply at www.azure4research.com

Invited Speakers:
Peter Coveney (UCL, London, UK)
Kenji Tanaka (Microsoft Research, UK)
Herman van Vlijman (Janssen, Belgium)
Ana Minchole (Oxford, UK)
Matt Harvey (Acellera, Spain)
Fiona Ford (DNAnexus)
Brendan Bouffler (Amazon Web Services)
Robin Pinning (Hartree Centre, UK)
Andy Grant (ATOS Bull, France)
Gavin Pringle (University of Edinburgh, UK)

Organising Committee:
Peter Coveney (UCL, London, UK)
Matt Harvey (Acellera, Spain)
Pragna Kiri (CBK SciCon, UK)
Marco Viceconti (University of Sheffield, UK)

CompBioMed is an EU-commission Horizon 2020 user-driven Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Computational Biomedicine

The main objective of the CoE is to nurture and promote the uptake and exploitation of high performance computing (HPC) within the biomedical community. We are keen to form partnerships throughout the world that will strengthen the project’s collaborative output.

 

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