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Computational Structural Biology group focusing on dissecting, understanding and predicting biomolecular interactions at the molecular level.

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The Utrecht Computational Structural Biology group will be part of a large European consortium under the INDIGO-DataCLoud project (11 million budget), funded under the Horizon 2020 e-Infrastructure programme (H2020-EINFRA-2014-2 call).

This project aims at developing a data/computing platform targeted at scientific communities, deployable on multiple hardware, and provisioned over hybrid (private or public) e-infrastructures. The platform will be built by a consortium of 26 partners from 13 different countries under the coordination of INFN (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare). The team gathers leading European developers, resource providers, e-infrastructures and scientific communities, including among others the European Grid Initiative (EGI) and the Florence NMR group (CIRMMP) with which the Utrecht group has long-standing collaborations.

Within this consortium, the Utrecht group will provide the connection to user communities in the Life Sciences and Structural Biology (e.g. the INSTRUCT ESFRI and WeNMR projects), and further develop and adapt its flagship software HADDOCK to test, make best use of the developed CLOUD solutions and offer software as a service.