Stian Soiland-Reyes


About Stian Soiland-Reyes

Stian works in School of Computer Science, at the University of Manchester in Carole Goble‘s eScience Lab as a technical software architect and researcher.

In addition to BioExcel, Stian’s involvements include Open PHACTS (pharmacological data warehouse), Common Workflow Language (CWL), Apache Taverna (scientific workflow system), Linked Data and identifiers, research objects (open science) and digital preservation, myExperiment (sharing scientific workflows), provenance (where did things come from and who did it) and annotations (who said what).

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F1000 Poster Award to BioExcel’s CWL Viewer at ISMB 1

BioExcel was well represented at the ISMB/ECCB 2017 conference – perhaps you picked up one of our t-shirts? One surprise was that our Common Workflow Language Viewer poster (doi:10.7490/f1000research.1114375.1) won a F1000 Poster Award! The poster presents the CWL Viewer, a web rendering of portable workflow executions defined in the […]


Identifiers for the 21st century: How to design, provision, and reuse persistent identifiers to maximize utility and impact of life science data

The paper Identifiers for the 21st century: How to design, provision, and reuse persistent identifiers to maximize utility and impact of life science data was published in PLoS Biology in June 2017. The authors, which includes experts from well-recognized data providers like Uniprot and EMBL-EBI, describe the lessons learnt when […]


Webinar: “BioExcel and OpenPHACTS: Building pharmacological workflow blocks for virtual screening” (2017-07-17)

Discuss this webinar View slides View webinar Workflows Interest Group BioExcel’s webinar series continues with Nick Lynch, who will introduce Open PHACTS, an integrated pharmacological data platform and BioExcel strategic partner. Nick is joined by Stian Soiland-Reyes and Adam Hospital who will explain in details how BioExcel is building a Virtual Screening workflow […]


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ask.bioexcel.eu launched

BioExcel have launcher ask.bioexcel.eu, a forum to support the community for computational biomolecular research in academia and industry, with particular focus on biomolecular simulation and modelling and using high-performance computing (HPC) and high-throughput computing (HTC). Anyone is free to register (sign in with email or your Google/GitHub/Yahoo account), please feel […]


Workshop: Addressing training needs for advanced simulations in biomolecular research, 2016-05-03, Hinxton, UK

BioExcel is inviting to a workshop on addressing training needs for advanced simulations in biomolecular research. The workshop will be hosted by the EMBL-European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), in Hinxton, UK on 3-4 May 2016. For details, see the full programme and registration information. In brief, the workshop will start at […]