Connecting Virtual Research Environments and Large Scale Compute Resources

Date: 23 NOV 2017 

On November 23rd, 2017 the SIG Compute Resources for Life Science Research organizes a seminar to explore the state of the art in using compute resources from within Virtual Research Environments. Participants are presented with results from academic and practical perspectives. 

23 Nov 2017
SURF, Utrecht
Prior knowledge needed?
Meeting type

In this seminar you will learn about the existing solutions, the successes and the challenges in the field of Virtual Research Environments (VRE). Together with the audience we will discuss requirements and future directions for VREs in the context of large scale compute resources.

For whom?

Target audience ranges from end-users to IT managers. For example: bioinformaticians, (data) analists, research data managers, research it managers, system administrators, and everyone interested in large scale computing and VREs.


13.00 uur Walk-in
13.15 uur Introduction - Mark Santcroos (LUMC)
13.30 uur Historical perspectives - Silvia Delgado Olabarriaga (AMC)
13.55 uur PhenoMeNal: platform for large scale computing in Medical metabolomics - Michael van der Vliet (Universiteit Leiden)
14.20 uur VRE4EIC e-VRE reference architecture - Jacco van Ossenbrugge (CWI/VRE4EIC)
14.45 uur Break
15.15 uur

D4LS DRE 2.0 - Stefan van Aalst (D4LS/RSRCH)

15.40 uur National Research Cloud - Martin Brandt (SURFsara)
16.05 uur Discussion and closure
16.30 uur Drinks and networking


Latest modifications 06 Dec 2017