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CompBioMed is a European Commission H2020 funded Centre of Excellence focussed on the use and development of computational methods for biomedical applications. We have users within academia, industry and clinical environments and are working to train more people in the use of our products and methods. Below you will find links to the user pages, which will give you more information on the work we are doing, relevant to your field, and our services which may provide further information on our work. A great introduction is the Virtual Humans film (link to YouTube) , or through the link in the scrolling banner above.

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Recent Posts
  • Summit Node Hour Allocation Awarded to UCL

    The Centre for Computational Science at UCL has been awarded an allocation of 25,000 Summit node hours through 31 July 2019. This is the equivalent, to about 15 million core…

  • CompBioMed paper published on Ensemble-Based Replica Exchange Alchemical Free Energy Methods

    Ensemble-Based Replica Exchange Alchemical Free Energy Methods: The Effect of Protein Mutations on Inhibitor Binding Agastya P. Bhati, Shunzhou Wan, and Peter V. Coveney Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation…

  • CompBioMed Joins eInfraCentral

    eInfraCentral is a Coordination and Support Action funded under the EU’s Horizon 2020 framework programme. Its mission is to ensure that by 2020 a broader and more varied set of…

  • Successful applicant for HPC-Europa3 programme

    We are please to announce that Dr Grigor Arkelov, from the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Armenia, Yerevan, has been awarded an HPC-Europa2 Transnational Access award, based at…

  • 17th PRACE Call for Project Access

    There is a new batch of HPC resources available for our Centre of Excellence, as part of the reserve that PRACE has been applying to all the CoEs since the…

  • Commission of SuperMUC-NG at LRZ

    German Prime Minister Markus Söder participated in the commissioning of the national supercomputer SuperMUC-NG at the Leibniz supercomputing center (LRZ) in Garching on September 24, 2018.

  • CompBioMed involved in two BOF sessions at SC18

    CompBioMed have been successful in gaining a Birds Of a Feather (BOF) sessions at SC18 and will be very actively participating in another from PRACE and EXDCI2. Cristin Merritt of…

  • CompBioMed2 proposal accepted

    In March this year we were particularly busy finalising the CompBioMed2 proposal for the 2018-2020 call from the Commission for Centres of Excellence. In July we found that we are…

  • IEEE eScience 2018 paper accepted

    Peter Coveney’s group at UCL have had a paper accepted for a talk IEEE eScience 2018. The paper is about “Concurrent and Adaptive Extreme Scale Binding Free Energy Calculations”. The…

  • ELEM Biotech starts business

    BSC’s spinoff company ELEM Biotech is born to commercialize on a Cloud-Deployed Software-as-a-Service basis the use of the HPC-based simulation code Alya for biomedical research. ELEM will become a Virtual…