WP 4: Analysis & Modelling

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

National Technical University of Athens, Greece

The National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) is the oldest and most prestigious educational institution of Greece in the field of technology, and has contributed unceasingly to the country's scientific, technical and economic development since its foundation in 1836. The group of Process Control and Informatics belongs to the School of Chemical Engineering at NTUA. It is composed of one faculty member, one Professor Emeritus, two post-doc researchers, 2 Ph.D students and several undergraduate students working on their Diploma theses.

In silico Toxicology, Switzerland

In silico Toxicology, eNanomapper project partner

In silico Toxicology has developed the award winning lazar system (lazar.in-silico.de) for the prediction of toxic properties (currently available endpoints: rodent carcinogenicity, Salmonella mutagenicity, human liver toxicity, human maximum recommended therapeutic dose, skin-sensitization, blood-brain-barrier penetration, acute fathead minnow toxicity, biodegradability) and the algorithms BBRC and LAST-PM for supervised feature mining.

Analysis & Modelling


To ensure the ontology and data warehouse developed in WP2 and WP3 meets the safety-by-design and community needs, WP4 will develop computational infrastructure capable to analyse and extract knowledge out of diverse types of ENM-related theoretical descriptors, experimental data and associated metadata, including provenance of experimental data and experimental conditions and protocols.