Conference on a FAIR Data Infrastructure for Materials Genomics

Conference on a FAIR Data Infrastructure for Materials Genomics

3 - 5 June, 2020 I virtual meeting


Satellite Workshops

In addition to the Poster Session, we will have two Satellite Workshops with posters and general discussions that will be triggered by introductory lectures:

  • Satellite Workshop on Data Acquisition in Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy
  • Satellite Workshop on NFDI @ Teaching

Both Satellite Workshops will take place on Wednesday, June 3 from 09am to 01pm (CEST).


Satellite Workshop on NFDI @ Teaching

How can handling research-data infrastructure be integrated into the curriculum? How can students participate in the development of such infrastructure? And how does data-driven research work in practice at the university? These and other questions will be discussed in-depth at the Satellite Workshop NFDI @ Teaching, and the perspectives and ideas of young physicists will also be presented.
This Satellite Workshop is organized jointly by jDPG and ZaPF

3 June, 2020 - 09am - 01pm (CEST)

Tentative Program:
09:00-09:20 am - Introduction by NFDI by Benjamin Wolba
09:20-10:20 am - Introductory Talks related to NFDI & Teaching
10:20-10:50 am - Open Discussion / Panel Discussion
10:50-11:00 am - Coffee Break
11:00-11:10 am - Introduction Poster Session & Poster Pitches
11:10-13:00 am - Poster Session


Satellite Workshop on Data Acquisition in Angle-Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy

Due to the advancement of both electron detectors and light sources, ARPES data is increasing in volume and complexity. This applies to ARPES performed at 3rd and 4th generation light sources as well as lab-based sources. We have reached a point where data handling, workflow management, visualization and analysis are a severe challenge and potentially become the bottleneck in our workflows rather than data acquisition itself. Currently, there exist mainly isolated, i.e. lab- or facility-specific, solutions for data acquisition and file formats, metadata definitions, data-processing workflows, and analysis approaches. A community-wide ARPES (meta)data schema in the quest for reproducible, scalable and transparent data analysis is not yet established.
This Satellite Workshop aims to reveal the great potential for speeding up our progress by attacking certain challenges in joint efforts.

3 June, 2020 - 09:00 to 13:00 (CEST)

Tentative Program:
09:00 Opening Remarks by Ralph Ernstorfer (Fritz-Haber-Institut Berlin)
09:10 Data Acquisition and Treatment on a Scientific and Industrial Level by Stefan Böttcher (SPECS GmbH)
09:30 Challenges in data collection at a modern cw laser-driven spin-ARPES system by Lukasz Plucinski (FZ Juelich)
09:50 NXarpes, the Data File Standard for ARPES in NeXus by Moritz Hoesch (DESY Hamburg)
10:10 Break
10:30 Single event data processing for multidimensional photoemission spectroscopy by Steinn Ymir Agustsson (JGU Mainz)
10:50 Handling Big Multidimensional Experimental Data on Small Desktop Computers by Michael Hartelt (TU Kaiserslautern)
11:10 A machine learning route between band mapping and band structure by Vincent Stimper (MPI for Intelligent Systems, Tübingen)
11:30 Metadata from a conceptual, user, and technical perspective by Markus Scheidgen (NOMAD, HU Berlin)
11:50 Plenary Discussion
12:00 Breakout Sessions
13:00 Breakout Session Reports, Concluding Remarks (5 minutes per group)
13:20 End of the Workshop

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