Open Health Systems Laboratory

Open Health Systems Laboratory (OHSL) and its strategic partners undertake projects in life sciences, which are innovative, path breaking, and proof-of-concepts requiring cross-sector collaboration. OHSL was conceived to focus on building global team science consortia by leveraging the best biomedical informatics, information and communication technology to address the key questions of medical science.
OHSL capabilities:
  • attuned to international health systems trends in policy and technology
  • encourages and icubates ideas for innovative problem solving in the area of life sciences research through collaborations
  • installs mechanisms for funding, program management, evaluation, execution and enterpreneurship in the field of life sciences

Chalmers University of Technology

C3SE at Chalmers University of Technology is one of six centers in the national metacenter Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC), a national metacentre for high-performance computing under the Swedish Research Council. Chalmers University of Technology capabilities:
  • Human Metabolic Atlas
  • personalized GEMs for liver cancer

University of Notre Dame

University of Notre Dame is one of the major American universities. It provides high-quality facilities and support for state-of-the-art research in chemistry, biology, genetics and medical science. University of Notre Dame capabilities:
  • Biocomplexity research and the study of the complex structures
  • Cellular and molecular biology (including stem cells)
  • Numerical modeling of networks, mechanisms and biological processes

Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center

PSNC is one of the biggest HPC centers in Poland. Its role is to provide network, computations and storage resources for scientific community. PSNC operates metropolitan network POZMAN and national broadband network PIONIER. PSNC as a leading supercomputing center, provides access to production quality environment for scientific computation. PSNC capabilities:
  • digital libraries and data infrastructure
  • grids, clouds, workflow computing
  • virtual laboratories
  • portal access
  • new media and visualisation
  • advanced education
  • e-health services and applications
  • climate and natural environment


Center For Advanced Development of Advanced Computing over the last two decades has created a global brand name in High Performance Computing with its indigenously developed PARAM supercomputers. The Bioinformatics Group at C-DAC leverages on this expertise to delve into complex biological systems to provide high throughput solutions and services. C-DAC capabilities:
  • computational genomics
  • biomolecular simulations