Who we are

Zakodium is the outcome of 5 years of industry-driven research efforts at Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Université de Lausanne (UNIL). Zakodium is a company dedicated to the development of tools for storing, processing, visualizing and exploiting scientific information. In particular, Zakodium is specialized in the processing of NMR spectra, mass spectra, metabolomics data, statistical analysis

Michaël Zasso

Graduated in Forensic sciences at UNIL. Software developer and co-founder of Zakodium Sàrl. Active contributor and member of the Technical Steering Committee of Node.js.

Sébastien Criquet

Graduated in Professional web intranet internet application developer in UCA. Software developer for Zakodium Sàrl.

Daniel Kostro

Graduated in Life Sciences engineering at EPFL. Software developer and co-founder of Zakodium Sàrl.

Luc Patiny

With a PhD in chemistry he is also teaching organic chemistry. structural analysis and cheminformatics at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (number 12 in the top university ranking). Chief scientific officer at Zakodium Sàrl.

Our publications

  • Desport, J. S
  • Frache, G
  • Patiny, L

MSPolyCalc: a web‐based App for polymer mass spectrometry data interpretation. The case study of a pharmaceutical excipient Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry56(6), pp. 520–528 (2019)

  • Patiny, L
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The C6H6 NMR repository: An integral solution to control the flow of your data from the magnet to the public Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry56(6), pp. 520–528 (2018)

  • Castillo, A. M. A. M
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“Ask Ernö”: a self-learning tool for assignment and prediction of nuclear magnetic resonance spectra Journal of cheminformatics. Springer International Publishing8(1), pp. 1–8 (2016)

  • Auberson, M
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Development of a systematic computer vision-based method to analyse and compare images of false identity documents for forensic intelligence purposes--Part I: Acquisition, calibration and validation issues Forensic science international. Elsevier260, pp. 74–84 (2016)

  • Ertl, P
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Wikipedia Chemical Structure Explorer: substructure and similarity searching of molecules from Wikipedia Journal of cheminformatics. Springer International Publishing7(1), p. 10 (2015)

  • Tetko, I. V. I. V
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How accurately can we predict the melting points of drug-like compounds? Journal of chemical information and modeling. American Chemical Society54(12), pp. 3320–3329 (2014)

  • Patiny, L
  • Borel, A

ChemCalc: A Building Block for Tomorrow’s Chemical Infrastructure Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling53(5), pp. 1223–1228 (2013)

  • Camargo, J
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Monitoring of illicit pill distribution networks using an image collection exploration framework Forensic science international. Elsevier223(1), pp. 298–305 (2012)

  • Sushko, I
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Online chemical modeling environment (OCHEM): Web platform for data storage, model development and publishing of chemical information Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design (2011)

  • Castillo, A. M. A. M. M
  • Patiny, L
  • Wist, J

Fast and accurate algorithm for the simulation of NMR spectra of large spin systems Journal of Magnetic Resonance. Academic Press209(2), pp. 123–130 (2011)

  • Van Aken, K
  • Strekowski, L
  • Patiny, L

EcoScale, a semi-quantitative tool to select an organic preparation based on economical and ecological parameters Beilstein journal of organic chemistryBeilstein-Institut, 2(1), p. 3 (2006)