Two big issues in the scientific community at the moment are transparency and reproducibility of research results. Workflow systems are a part of the solution of these problems when it comes to orchestrated computing. At the eScience Center we use containers and workflow languages such as CWL to make tools from different research groups work together. To document what is happening in these workflows and to show which tools can be combined, we use semantics to describe the data and processing steps. We apply workflows in a wide spectrum of research fields, ranging from bioinformatics to linguistics.

Dr. Lars Ridder
eScience Coordinator

Dr. Lars Ridder

Lars’ research interests cover (bio)chemical informatics and simulations. He is responsible as...

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