Communities / Multidisciplinary Collaboration Programs / Infrastructure

Numerical Analysis

Development of numerical algorithms is critical in successful e-Science based research, often matching or outperforming improvements of hardware in terms of speed gains. The work in the numerical analysis group focus on algorithm development and analysis for multiscale, multiphysics and...

Parallel Software and Data Engineering

Recent advances in multi-/many-core revolution technology, distributed data storage, and data parallel analysis have resulted in an increasing move towards data-driven investigations in nearly all fields of science. Parallel computing and data parallel methods become even more important both as...

Molecular Simulation

Semi-empiric simulation methods have been responsible for tremendous advances in chemistry, life science, and materials research. The possibility to accurately model finite temperature, time development, and very large systems has made these methods a cornerstone for biomolecular modelling and...

Visualization Center C

Visualization Center C is a research and science center in Norrköping, Sweden, conducting a unique mix of leading visualization research and public outreach activities. The center hosts a large-scale arena for public visits and events...

MCP: SeRC Exascale Simulation Software Initiative - SESSI

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The SeRC Steering group established a new flagship program on software for Exascale simulations. The program aims to improve the...

Application Experts

The application experts work both at NSC/PDC and with the researchers in the e-Science communities. They are HPC experts within their respective field of application (for example bioinformatics, computational chemistry or climate modelling). The goal is to enable better use of the e-Science...

Electronic Structure

The research within the Electronic Structure community aims at understanding and predicting the properties of materials and molecules, by computing the quantum-mechanical state of the many-electron system. The computations are ideally based on first principles (often called...

Eighth annual meeting of SeRC, May 11-12, 2017


MCP: e-Science for Cancer Prevention and Control

Why do some people get cancer and others do not? Why do some people respond well to certain treatments whilst others do not? How can we improve cancer screening such as mammography to increase the rate of early cancer detection? These are some of the questions that will be addressed in the SeRC...

MCP: Data-driven computational materials design

New innovative materials are a crucial part of many emerging technologies, e.g., in areas such as renewable energy, energy storage, information storage and information processing. The integration of materials science with data-driven methods stands to be disruptive for the field of materials...

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Upcoming events

2017-10-23
 – 2017-10-23

Welcome to the second PDC-SeRC seminar! PDC and SeRC are hosting a new series of seminars about e-Science where SeRC members and other interested researchers and students can meet to exchange...

2017-11-07
 – 2017-11-07

CodeRefinery is visiting Sweden again! A 3-day workshop on best practices for sustainable scientific software development will be held in Linköping on November 7-9. The main focus is on...