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Webinar on how AI in Computational Medicine is Leading The Charge in COVID-19 Drug Discovery

There are tens, perhaps hundreds of billions of compounds which can be utilised by the pharmaceutical industry in the development of new drugs.  An exhaustive exploration of more than a handful experimentally is impossible, modern computational techniques are however now beginning to lead the way.  Quantum Chemical calculations run on ...
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Introducing the CoronaBlog

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is having a profound impact on how we go about our day to day lives and is dominating world news and conversation (conducted from the recommended social distances, or preferably via video chat or social media).  Since the outbreak was identified in Hubei Province, China in ...
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CompBioMed and Coronavirus

CompBioMed is active in a vast international consortium across Europe and USA working on urgent coronavirus research. Heading CompBioMed’s efforts in this collaboration is Prof Peter Coveney and the Centre for Computational Science (CCS) at University College London (UCL), together with Leibniz Rechenzentrum (LRZ) and Gauss Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) ...
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Toward the first full scale virtual human simulation at the exascale.

A major effort is now underway to perform the first full scale 3-D high fidelity simulations of blood flow in the human vasculature. Led by Peter Coveney within his Centre for Computational Science (CCS) at University College London (UCL), this major, large scale team endeavour, involves colleagues and collaborators from ...
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POP and CompBioMed Collaboration on HemeLB assessment

The CompBioMed code HemeLB, developed at UCL was assessed by the POP Centre of Excellence to determine scaling ability of the code on SuperMUC-NG at LRZ. Peter Coveney and Jon McCullough at UCL worked with Brian Wylie at Jülich Supercomputing Centre to enable this assessment. This audit examined strong scaling ...
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New opening: Research Fellow in Virtual Human Blood Flow Simulation

Applications are invited for a Research Fellow to work with Professor Peter Coveney in the Department of Chemistry at University College London. The successful candidate will join a very active inter-disciplinary group in the Centre for Computational Science, and will work on the development and deployment of medical and clinical ...
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Molecular Modelling for Schrödinger Suite Workshop @ LRZ

Drug Discovery with Schrödinger Suite This workshop will be an illustration of how Schrödinger’s modelling platform can be used in the context of present-day drug discovery programs. Using hands-on exercises and interactive presentations, we will guide you through an entire workflow with all steps ranging from target analysis and preparation ...
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Postdoctoral position available at University of Sheffield for CompBioMed2

Are you interested in developing research software and facilitating reproducible research through collaborations across the whole spectrum of University research areas? We are looking for a new member of the growing Research Software Engineering (RSE) team, who ideally has a keen interest in HPC and cloud computing. The candidate will ...
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CompBioMed Webinar #10

CompBioMed’s 10th webinar took place on 9 September 2019: HemeLB – Simulation of cardiovascular flow on high performance computers Blood flow throughout the human body is an inherently complex and multiscale process, encompassing the fields of physics, chemistry, biology and medicine. Understanding and making reliable predictions about these flows as ...
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PhD studentship in multiscale modelling and simulation of polymer composites at UCL CCS

The UCL Centre for Doctoral Training in Molecular Modelling and Materials Science is offering a 4-year fully funded studentship in collaboration with Hexcel (http://www.hexcel.com) to a highly motivated candidate to start in September 2019. The student will develop and implement the multiscale modelling methodologies required to investigate polymer nanocomposites with ...
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