EOSC building block presentations
- Giuseppe Fiameni (CINECA - Consorzio Interuniversitario)
Dr Josep Ll. Gelpi (Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC), Barcelona, Spain. Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedicine, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)
3D/4D genomics is one of the next great challenges for biology and biomedicine. While major milestones have been achieved in sequencing, imaging and computation, still understanding of the 3D folding of the chromatin fiber, its role in fundamental cellular processes, and connection with pathology remains a huge challenge. Genomics projects, together with astrophysics, are among the major...
Mr Szymon Trocha (Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center)
A perfSONAR monitoring infrastructure described in this presentation can be used in virtual networks environment, in order to add performance monitoring and troubleshooting capabilities across a multi-domain infrastructure. Such a feature can be used for testing any connectivity realised via a Virtual Private Network (VPN), either within a domain, or in a multi-domain environment. The GÉANT...
117. A marine virtual research environment providing open data services in support of marine biodiversity and ecosystem research
Klaas Deneudt (VLIZ)
The European Open Science Cloud has the ambition to provide open and seamless services to analyse and re-use research data. For the marine biology domain such services and supporting data systems have been developed in the framework of several projects over the past five to ten years. LifeWatch marine has taken the initiative to bring these data services together into a Marine Virtual Research...
Antonio-Jesus BANEGAS-LUNA (Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia)
**1. Overview** In the context of computer-aided drug discovery (CADD), virtual screening (VS) is a collection of in-silico techniques to filter large molecular databases searching for bioactive compounds. Such techniques, together with the development of high performance computing (HPC) infrastructures, allow the access to a huge number of compounds in a short time and at a low cost.1...
Silvia Olabarriaga (University of Amsterdam)
HUBzero is an open source software platform for building powerful websites that host analytical and collaboration tools, data and digital infrastructure resources to build communities in a single web-based ecosystem. The platform originates from the 1990s, being developed by researchers at Purdue University in conjunction with the Network for Computational Nanotechnology to...