CompBioMed representation during 2 day symposium at 253rd ACS National Meeting

Symposium: Should I Move My Computational Chemistry or Informatics Tools to the Cloud? Venue: 253rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Francisco, CA Dates: Sunday-Monday, April 2-3, 2017 Location: Nob Hill – InterContinental San Francisco Organizers: Raul Alvarez (CCG), Jeffrey Blaney (Genentech), Essam Metwally (CCG), Veer Shanmugasundaram (Pfizer) Representatives from ...
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Frontiers in Physiology Research Topic

In collaboration with Frontiers in Physiology, section Computational Physiology and Medicine, a Research Topic has been organised with strong links to CompBioMed, entitled "Advanced HPC-based Computational Modeling in Biomechanics and Systems Biology". The research topic aims to bridge the gap between Computational Biomechanics and Systems Biology, being the bridge HPC-based ...
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Peter Coveney at the 253rd ACS National Meeting

Peter Coveney is to give three talks at the 253rd ACS National Meeting in San Francisco, California, April 2-6, 2017. The first talk will be audio-recorded and be made available shortly after the event. 1) High performance and/or cloud computing for free energy prediction using molecular dynamics simulations? DIVISION: Division ...
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OpenMultiMed Training School

The OpenMultiMed Training School: Computational Tools for Systems Medicine (Porto, February 21-23, 2017) will provide training in concepts, methods and computational tools for multiscale systems medicine. Systems medicine is an emerging interdisciplinary framework that aims to improve our understanding, prevention and treatment of complex diseases by integrating knowledge and data ...
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UCL joins the EUDAT CDI Council

CompBioMed partner UCL was voted onto the the EUDAT CDI Council during the EUDAT Helsinki meeting on 23-27 Jan 2017. The EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI) contributes to the work of the successful EUDAT initiative, to develop and maintain a persistent, long-lived data storage and sharing infrastructure that will run ...
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European HPC Summit Week 15-19th May 2017

CompBioMed at PRACEdays 2017 16 May 2017, UPC, Barcelona, Spain PRACEDays 2017 is the central event of the European HPC Summit Week held at Barcelona Supercomputing Centre over four days (15th – 18th May 2017). CompBioMed has been allocated a dedicated 4-hour session in the afternoon of the 16th May where we ...
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HITS Colloquium – Implementing Reproducibility in Computational Science

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Victoria Stodden Title: Implementing Reproducibility in Computational Science Date: Monday, 20 February 2017, 11:00 a.m. Location: Carl-Bosch-Auditorium, Studio Villa Bosch, Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33, 69118 Heidelberg (Studio entrance between Villa Bosch and HITS) Short CV: Please see: http://stanford.edu/~vcs/Bio.html Contact: Benedicta Frech (Benedicta.Frech@h-its.org, phone: 06221-533-263) School of Information Sciences, University ...
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25th Scientists Meet the Media Party held at the Science Museum

Peter Coveney and Roger Highfield attended the annual Scientists meet the Media party in the Science Museum on January 23rd 2017, marking the 25th anniversary of the very first gathering to foster mutual understanding between the inhabitants of Fleet Street and Britain’s laboratories. Read more about the event here ...
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PATC Course: HPC-based simulations, Engineering and Environment

CompBioMed are running a training course at Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) on 14-17 February 2017. The course aims to give a panorama on the use of HPC-based computational mechanics in Engineering and Environment through the projects that BSC are carrying on. This panorama includes the basics of what is behind ...
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CompBioMed Innovation Exchange Program

The European Centre of Excellence in Computational Medicine (CompBioMed) is a focus for technology transfer between academia, healthcare and industry in the field of biomedical computing. In CompBioMed, experts on computational medicine develops simulation and analysis software using the latest techniques to solve complex multi-scale and multi-physics problems. CompBioMed fosters ...
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