SDL Biology

The SimLab Biology is a targeted research and support structure that provides an interface between the Supercomputer facilities in Jülich and the Bioscience research communities.


SDL Biology organizes a CECAM flagship school
Atomistic Monte Carlo simulations for protein folding and peptide aggregation
12 -16 September 2022

Link to detailed description (the CECAM school is free of charge)


Among the many algorithms used in computational bioscience only few have been proven to scale well to the number of processors available in contemporary supercomputers (>1k CPUs). Our tasks include:

  • development and maintenance of scalable methods
  • development of an integrated application infrastructure for high performance computational biology (HPCB)
  • support of users in the development and application of scalable methods
  • initiation of collaborative projects for advancing high performance computational biology
Last Modified: 18.05.2022