Computational Biomolecular Research
Improving the performance and scalability of major simulation packages for more efficient usage of HPC resources
Improving the usability of existing and devising new workflows and environments with associated data integration
Competence-building among both academia and industry through extensive training programs and promotion of best practices.
The CoE consortium is dedicated to establishing the centre as a long-term support structure for the needs of academic/non-profit and industrial users (pharmaceutical, chemical and food industries); ISVs and academic code developers; national and commercial resource providers.
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