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


22 August, 2022

XLAB won the SegPC-2021 challenge

Our partner XLAB has done an excellent job within the project. They developed the best machine learning algorithm for cell segmentation and won the SegPC-2021 challenge against 41 competing teams from around the world. You can read more about the...
26 July, 2022

ASMS Conference

Our partner CMRI attended the 70th American Society for Mass Spectrometry (ASMS) Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Related Topics in Minneapolis (USA) from 5-9 June and gave a presentation entitled “Pan-cancer proteomic map of 949 human cell lines”.
18 July, 2022
24 June, 2022



15 - 18

EMBO Workshop: From functional genomics to systems biology


Genomics, proteomics and quantitative imaging are rapidly moving fields with technological innovations and new biological insights occurring on an almost monthly basis. A topical challenge is to convert this data into predictive quantitative models of biological systems. From functional genomics to systems biology is a venue for scientific leaders to discuss their data beyond their field and promote the emergence of ideas and concepts to bridge the gap between technologies and scales to model complex biological systems.


14 - 18

Mathematics Applied to Immunology and Virology


Mathematics plays an increasing role in the description and analysis of the immune system. Therefore, the topics of the workshop will include the analysis and numerical implementation of the models described by ODEs, DDE, and PDE systems, development of hybrid and multiscale models, inverse problems, automatic and optimal control of the immune system dynamics and viral infections. Mathematically-based analysis of human infections of major public concern and basic experimental animal models is expected to be presented.

October - November

30 - 02

AGTA 2022


Sunshine Coast
The Australasian Genomic Technologies Association holds its annual conference with many exciting topics such as Cancer and Medical Genomics or Computational Biology, Bioinformatics, Statistical Genetics. Our partner CMRI will be one of the speakers at the event.

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