Project Consortium

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Welcome to iPC

The iPC consortium consists of 21 highly qualified industrial and academic partners from a wide variety of backgrounds and from 11 different countries (Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia, USA and Australia)


Technical Lead
María Rodríguez Martínez
IBM Research Switzerland

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Scientific Lead
Hans Lehrach
Max-Plank-Institute Germany

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Project Coordinator
Klaus-Michael Koch

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Project Video


6 May, 2022

Interpretability in Artificial Intelligence

Our partner IBM organized a workshop on interpretability at the Banff International Research Station from May 1-6, 2022. The workshop focused on new developments in interpretable AI to accelerate the adoption of artificial intelligence approaches in sensitive areas. All the...
25 April, 2022

Current work of LMU

Today we want to present you the current work in the iPC project of our partner LMU! Within the fourth year of the iPC project, LMU has started to test drugs identified within the iPC consortium in combination with the...
12 January, 2022
12 January, 2022



25 - 29

62nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Birth Defects Research and Prevention


The Annual Meeting brings together 300+ scientists, administrators, and managers from industry, academia, government and regulatory agencies to discuss the most up-to-date developments in congenital (birth) defects including their nature, cause, mechanisms, and prevention.


21 - 23

2022 CAC2 Annual Summit: Together, Forward


This annual event reflects the CAC2 values and mission by providing top-notch educational programming, designing multiple opportunities for members to connect and engage, and showcasing the ongoing work of the members who are working for a future without childhood cancers. The event will by hosted by CHOP.


13 - 17

Dark Dimensions of the RNA Regulome


Northern Virginia
Ideas Labs are intensive, facilitated workshops to find innovative solutions to grand challenge problems. The overarching aim of this Ideas Lab is to bring together a diverse set of researchers from multiple disciplines. Outcomes from this Ideas lab should lead to new theories and models for understanding non-coding RNAs.

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