KTH is a member of the European Technology Platform for High Performance Computing (ETP4HPC), and through the Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing (SNIC) a member of PRACE, EUDAT, and EGI, with KTH being the coordinator of the Swedish participation in PRACE. KTH coordinates the EPiGRAM project, which investigates Exascale programming models and is a partner of the FP7 Exascale flagship project CRESTA. In these projects, KTH focuses on application scalability as well as performance analysis directly relevant to BioExcel. KTH is also a member of the Human Brain Project. KTH is the lead partner of the Swedish e-Science Research Centre (SeRC), a national large-scale e-Science initiative, and Science for Life Laboratory, the national infrastructure for research in molecular life science. The participating researchers are also involved in BILS, the Swedish bioinformatics infrastructure for life science, as well as the Center for Biomembrane Research (CBR). Erik Lindahl is the principal investigator of the GROMACS project, with additional developers all over the world (e.g. ORNL, RIKEN, Univ. Tokyo, Stanford, Univ. Virginia, and the Max-Planck Society), and the KTH team collaborates with the NSF-S2I2 project for a “Sustainable Software Innovation Institute for Chemistry, Materials, and Biomolecular Simulation”.