• P. Singh and  A. Hellander (2018), Multi-objective optimization driven construction of uniform priors for likelihood-free parameter inference  (submitted).

  • B. Blamey, A. Hellander and S. Toor (2018), Apache Spark Streaming and HarmonicIO: A Performance and Architecture Comparison.

  • A. Coulier and A. Hellander (2018), Orchestral: a lightweight framework for parallel simulations of cell-cell communication, in IEEE 14th International Conference on e-Science. 

  • P. Singh and A. Hellander (2018), Multi-Statistic Approximate Bayesian Computation with Multi-Armed Bandits (submitted).

  • P. Singh and A. Hellander (2018), Hyperparameter Optimization for Approximate Bayesian Computation, The Winter Simulation Conference 2018.

  • P. Singh, E. Vats and A. Hast (2018), Learning surrogate models of document image quality metrics for automated document image processing, I Proc. 13th International Workshop on Document Analysis Systems (to appear).

  • P. Torruangwatthana, H. Wieslander, B. Blamey, A. Hellander and S. Toor (2018), HarmonicIO: Scalable data stream processing for scientific datasets, In. proc. IEEE Cloud 2018 (to appear)

  • K. Ausmees, A. John, S. Toor, A. Hellander  and C. Nettelblad (2017), BAMSI: A multi-cloud service for scalable distributed filtering of massive genome data BMC Bioinformatics (to appear)


  • S. Toor, M. Lindberg, I. Fällman, A. Vallin, O. Mohill, P. Freyhult, L. Nilsson, M. Agback, L. Viklund, H. Zazzi, O. Spjuth, M. Capuccini, J. Moller, D. Murtagh and A. Hellander (2017).  SNIC Science Cloud (SSC): A National-scale Cloud Infrastructure for Swedish Academia, Proc. of the 13th IEEE international conference on eScience, 2017  (to appear).


  • Marketa Kaucka, Evgeny Ivashkin, Daniel Gyllborg, Tomas Zikmund, Marketa Tesarova, Jozef Kaiser, Meng Xie, Julian Petersen, Vassilis Pachnis, Silvia K Nicolis , Tian Yu, Paul Sharpe, Ernest Arenas, Hjalmar Brismar, Hans Blom, Hans Clevers , Ueli Suter, Andrei S Chagin, Kaj Fried, Andreas Hellander and Igor Adameyko, (2016) Analysis of neural crest-derived clones reavals novel aspects of facial development, Science Advances 2(8).