This is an exciting collaboration between Europe's leading biomedical scientists.
Our vision is to maximise the gains for patients and for medical research that will come from the explosion in human health data.
To realise this potential we need to accumulate medical and biological data on an unprecedented scale and complexity, to coordinate it, to store it safely and securely, and to make it readily available to interested researchers.
eMedLabs is managed by the eMedLabs governance.
You can find more details at: Governance
We have a large cluster of servers which contains thousands of cores and petabytes of storage, pre-setup ready to take on any work loads over periods of time.
The cluster is based upon an implementation of OpenStack where by users are able to create the computational power as needed to process your calculations.
To acquire access to this environment, please submit the request via the application form (Microsoft Word Document) for the requirements.
You will be given access to:
Institutional facilitators can provide you guidance and suggestions on setting up and configuring your VM. Your group's project administrator will deal with day-to-day operations of your VM.
Your project will be configured to your requirements at the beginning, including user accounts within OpenStack. If there are changes to these, please first get in touch with your institution facilitators. Your institution facilitators will be able to assist you e.g. suggestions on configuration.
Your institution facilitators will contact the Ops Team for requests and incidents that require their attention, and will keep you informed on progress.
|eMedLab Facilitator (institutional support)||Provides information to users about access, documentation, and support|
|eMedLab Project Systems Administrator (PSA) (institutional support)|
Provides setup and researcher/user support
|eMedLab Core operations team (sourced from partners)|
PSA support and training
Bruno Silva (Service Manager)
Stefan Boeing (Data Manager)