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Academic Users

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Industrial Users

Industrial Users

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Clinical Users

Clinical Users

To find out more about our clinical partners and for those that are interested in the medical aspects of the Centre we will be adding further content here soon.

Memorandum of Understanding with HPC-Europa3

The HPCEuropa3 project that runs from May 1st 2017 to April 31st 2021 and aims at maintaining the persistency of high-quality service to transnational access to the most advance HPC infrastructures available in Europe for European research. The project is based on a program of visits, in the form of traditional transnational access, with researchers…

First meeting of VPH Institute – UK Chapter

Fri 15 September 11.00 am — 3.00 pm Design Studio (D05) Level D, Pam Liversidge Building, Sheffield S1 3JD Insigneo is hosting the first meeting of all researchers, industrial experts, clinicians, regulators and funders interested in the Virtual Physiological Human (VPH), in silicomedicine, and related topics. The aim is to explore the establishment of a…

Computational Biomedicine – SuperMUC Allocation

A number of CompBioMed partners have been awarded a two year project at Leibniz Supercomputing Centre with an allocation on SuperMUC of 28 million core hours over two years, effective immediately. The project is led by Prof Dr Dieter Kranzmüller, Director of LRZ and Professor of Computer Science at Ludwig Maximillians Universitet, Munich. Partners include…

Article in the GCS 10th Anniversary Brochure

Coordinator of CompBioMed, Prof Peter V Coveney, conducted a workshop at the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) on the SuperMUC supercomputer in the run-up to the start of the CompBioMed Centre of Excellence. In the work, the group investigated the way a breast cancer drug interacted with various proteins, paving the way to more specific personalised…

7th International Women in HPC workshop

7th International Women in HPC workshop Sunday November 12th 2017 — Denver, CO, USA Call for posters and participation https://www.womeninhpc.org/whpc-sc17/workshop/ Women in HPC will once again attend the Supercomputing conference to discuss diversity and inclusivity topics. Activities will bring together women from across the international HPC community, provide opportunities to network, showcase the work of…