Acknowledgements

Scipion is produced mainly in Madrid, but it's final result will not be possible without the contribution of many people, institutions, and funders. We really wish to thank all of them and include everyone, but very likely the list bellow will get outdated. Please contact us to update it.

Gregory Sharov

For almost everything, making Scipion better, adding new packages and bugfixing.

SciLifeLab

For its contribution to the development of Scipion and having Scipion as it's processing framework in the facility.

Xmipp team

For adding new methods and strongly collaborating with scipion and testing the latest Scipon core developments, sometimes suffering. ;-)

ESRF

For early adopting Scipion in their EM processing pipeline and enable connectivity to their LIMS system: ISPyB.

eBic -DLS

For early adopting Scipion in its automated pipeline and improving Scipion with useful feedback.

CORBEL

European Union and Horizon 2020 through grant (INFRADEV-1-2014-1, Proposal: 654248)

EGI-Engage

This work used the EGI Infrastructure and is co-funded by the EGI-Engage project (Horizon 2020) under Grant number 654142.

CNB Cryo EM Facility

For beta testing our latest developments of Scipion and feedback.

Scipion team

For obvious reasons...

Javier Vargas Balbuena

For his contribution to Scipion methods

CNB Biocomputing unit

From its logistic support, administrative effort to the financial support of Scipion.

Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness

through Grants BIO2013-44647-R, BIO2016-76400-R(AEI/FEDER, UE)

Comunidad Autónoma de Madrid

through Grant: B2017/BMD-3817

Instituto de Salud Carlos III

through grants PT13/0001/0009, PT17/0009/0010

iNEXT

European Union (EU) and Horizon 2020 through grant iNEXT (INFRAIA-1-2014-2015, Proposal: 653706)

Elixir - EXCELERATE

European Union (EU) and Horizon 2020 through grant (INFRADEV-3-2015, Proposal: 676559)

West-life

European Union (EU) and Horizon 2020 through grant EINFRA-2015-1, Proposal: 675858

Beta testers

For testing Scipion in prerelease stages and giving feedback to make better and stable releases.

Jose Miguel de la Rosa Trevin

For strongly contributing to scipion in all aspects, design, management, training.

Juha Huiskonen

For making scipion better integrating localrec into scipion.

Roberto Melero

For his continuous feedback and use of Scipion and sharing his huge Cryo EM image processing experience with us.

Instruct

For its continuous support and use of Instruct resources, a Landmark ESFRI project.

Josue Gomez-Blanco

For his contribution to Scipion core and packages

Christopher A. Lavender

For early adopting Scipion at NIH-NIEHS and dockerizing scipion.

Mario J. Borgnia

For early adopting Scipion at NIH-NIEHS and dockerizing scipion.

NVIDIA Corporation

For the donation of the Quadro GP100 GPU used for testing GPU methods.