INDIGO Champions

"The success and sustainibility of INDIGO is on their shoulders"

In order to test its technologies, INDIGO uses an agile development method. The following “Champion” persons have been identified from each research community to lead different use cases. The Champions, and the teams behind them, assure that the community requirements are taken into account and that INDIGO solutions are of interest to the Research Communities that they represent. 


Virtualization of the HADDOCK portal

Zeynep Kurkcuoglu,Bijvoet Center for Biomolecular Research, the Netherlands

The computational structural biology group at the Bonvin Lab, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Molecular dynamics (MD) simulations

Davide Sala, University of Florence and CIRMMP, Italy

Supporting biologists and pharmacologists in macromolecular dynamics

A cloud data analysis for Oceans observation

Stephen Monna and Giuditta Marinaro, INGV, Italy

Thanks to INDIGO solutions, the INGV team will shift to a cloud data analysis for the EMSO community

EGI Federated cloud

Yin Chen, Senior technique outreach expert,, Netherlands

A number of new functionalities will complement the EGI Federated Cloud

Climate model intercomparison data analysis

Sandro Fiore, CMCC Foundation, Italy

This case study is led by the The Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change

Algae Bloom & TRUFA Use cases

Fernando Aguilar Gómez, IFCA – CSIC, Spain

A team of researchers from IFCA, and Ecohydros consulting company are working on two use cases

LBT Data Distribution and Archiving

Cristina Knapic, INAF-OATs, Italy

The iA2 project of the Italian National Institute for Astrophysics is behind this use case benefitting Astrophysics all over the world

CTA Big Data Processing

Lucio Angelo Antonelli and Stefano Gallozzi, INAF, Italy

The team belongs mainly to INAF institutes like the Astronomic Observatory in Roma, ASI Science Data Center, IAPS Rome, IASF Milan and the Astrophysics Observatory in Turin

A user-friendly platform for Arts & Humanities

Davor Davidovic and Eva Cetinic, RBI, Croatia

The Centre for Informatics and Computing (CIC) at the Ruder Boskovic Institute (RBI) is composed of PhD students, post-doctoral and senior researchers

The "GALAXY as a service" platform

Marco Antonio Tangaro, Institute of Biomembranes and Bioenergetics, CNR, Italy

Professor Pesole is leading the Bioinformatics and Comparative Genomics group at CNR, Bari, Italy

Preserving digital collections in the cloud

Giorgio Emidio, INFN, Italy

A secure and effective long term preservation in the Cloud to the digital collections