ENCCS has a Steering Board and a reference advisory group.

Erik Lindahl is professor of Biophysics at the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics, physically located at Science for Life Laboratory, which is a joint research environment between SU, KTH, and KI. He is the co-director of the strategic research area SeRC (Swedish e-Science Research Center), which started as a joint SU-KTH-KI-LiU initiative, Erik is one of the scientific directors of SciLifeLab’s platform for bioinformatics, and responsible for Stockholms University’s part of a new joint KTH-SU-KI master program in molecular techniques in life sciences. Through the Swedish node within CECAM in collaboration with Uppsala University Erik also serves on the CECAM council. Since 2014, Erik has served on the Scientific Steering Committee for the European Computer Infrastructure PRACE, and during 2017 he served as of the Scientific Steering Committee and sits on the PRACE Board of Directors.

Sverker Holmgren is professor in scientific computing and newly recruited director of Chalmers e-Commons. In addition to his earlier chairmanship of the e-IRG and involvement in many other European-level groups, he has also been the director of the national e-infrastructure SNIC, worked at NordForsk on Nordic cooperation in e-science, and participated in governmental infrastructure investigations.

Charlotte Platzer Björkman is deputy vice-rector for the domain of Science and Technology at Uppsala University. She is also professor in solid state electronics and do research on solar cells based on thin film materials. The aim is to understand how material properties and the interfaces in between the thin films affect the performance of the solar cell.

Elisabeth Larsson’s main research interest is numerical methods for partial differential equations, with a specific focus on methods based on radial basis function approximation. Some of the application areas that Larsson is working in are biomechanics and finance, but she also has publications on wave propagation, atmospheric flow and quantum dynamics. A secondary area of interest is parallel algorithms and parallel programming models, where task parallel programming is the main direction. She is also the director of UPPMAX

Kim Bolton is the Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University of Borås and professor at the Faculty of Textiles, Engineering and Business, Department of Resource Recovery and Building Technology.