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Peter Coveney

Professor in Physical Chemistry at UCL.

Prof Peter V. Coveney holds a chair in Physical Chemistry, is an Honorary Professor in Computer Science at University College London (UCL), a Professor in Applied High Performance Computing at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), and Professor Adjunct at Yale University School of Medicine (USA). He is Director of the Centre for Computational Science (CCS) at UCL. Coveney is active in a broad area of interdisciplinary research including condensed matter physics and chemistry, materials science, as well as life and medical sciences in all of which high performance computing plays a major role. He has led many large scale projects, including the EPSRC RealityGrid e-Science Pilot Project (2001-05), its extension as a Platform Grant (2005-09), and the EU FP7 Virtual Physiological Human (VPH) Network of Excellence (2008-13); he is also PI on several current grants from the European Commission and other agencies, including the EU H2020 project Verified Exascale Computing for Multiscale Applications, VECMA (2018-2021), and the EU H2020 Centre of Excellence in Computational Biomedicine, CompBioMed and CompBioMed2 (2016-2023). He has been the recipient of many US NSF and DoE as well as European supercomputing awards (from DEISA and PRACE), which provide access to several petascale computers.

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Peter Coveney News

First steps towards a computer simulation of the human body

Independent - 08-May-2014

University of Sheffield’s Insigneo Institute working on European Commission’s Virtual Physiologic...

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