Fourteen new eScience collaborations to start in 2018

December 17th, 2017

We are pleased to announce the initiation of fourteen new collaborative projects in the areas of Environment & Sustainability, Life Sciences & eHealth, Physics & Beyond and Disruptive Computer & Data Science.

The projects are the result of the 2017 ASDI, JEDS and JCER calls. The 2017 JEDS call was organized in collaboration with the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) Domain Science and Commit2Data. The 2017 JCER call was organized in collaboration with the NWO-Shell programme.   

Scheduled to start in 2018, the projects are collaborations with research teams from multiple Dutch academic groups.

2017 ASDI project call

The purpose of this Call for Proposals is to enable domain scientists to address compute-intensive and/or data-driven problems within their research.

Stochastic Multiscale Climate Models
Dr. ir. F.W. Wubs
University of Groningen
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Integrated omics analysis for small molecule-mediated host-microbiome interactions
Prof. dr. ir. D. de Ridder
Wageningen University
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2017 JCER project call

This call for project proposals aims for computational sciences for energy research, focused on developing eScience technologies.

Multiscale simulations of excitation dynamics in molecular materials for sustainable energy applications (MULTIXMAS)
Dr. A.V. Lyulin
Eindhoven University of Technology
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A phase field model to guide the development and design of next generation solid-state-batteries
Dr. ir. M. Wagemaker
Delft University of Technology
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Passing XSAMS
Dr. ir. J. van Dijk
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
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A light in the dark: quantum Monte Carlo meets solar energy conversion
Prof. dr. C. Filippi
University of Twente
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eScience Technology to Boost Quantum Dot Energy Conversion
Dr. I.A.C. Infante
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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Parallel-in-time methods for the propagation of uncertainties in wind-farm simulations
Prof. dr. ir. R.W.C.P. Verstappen
University of Groningen
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Accurate and Efficient Computation of the Optical Properties of Nanostructures for Improved Photovoltaics
Prof. dr. ir. J.J.W. van der Vegt
University of Twente
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Scalable high-fidelity simulations of reacting multiphase flows at transcritical pressure
Dr. ir. S. Hickel
Delft University of Technology
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2017 JEDS project call

This call for proposals aims at research and development of disruptive solutions associated with big data handling, big data analytics and related computational methods in order to be able to address the novel cross-sectoral scientific challenges described in the Commit2Data White Paper.

FAIR is as FAIR does: Integrating data publishing principles in scientific workflows M. Dumontier
Maastricht University
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FEDMix: Fusible Evolutionary Deep Neural Network Mixture Learning from Distributed Data for Robust Medical Image Analysis
Dr. P.A.N. Bosman
Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI)
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SecConNet: Smart, secure container networks for trusted Big Data Sharing
Dr. P. Grosso
University of Amsterdam
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Inside the filter bubble: A framework for deep semantic analysis of mobile news consumption traces
Dr. W.H. van Atteveldt
VU University Amsterdam
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