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

Plenary and Invited Talks

At the virtual Conference on a FAIR Data Infrastructure, you can expect exciting Plenary and Invited talks from the world's leading experts in this field.
The virtual conference will be held via Zoom, the access data will be announced shortly before. Recordings of the talks and discussion rounds will also be available here and on our YouTube Channel later on.
In China, the videos will be available on KouShare

Tentative program, version May 28, 2020
(time zone: CEST)

Wednesday, June 3
14:00Opening CeremonyOpening and Welcome by Matthias Scheffler (Chair of the Conference), preliminary video
Welcome Address by Wepke Kingma (Ambassador of The Kingdom of The Netherlands to Germany)
Welcome Address by Lutz Schröter (President of the German Physical Society)
Setting up the Stage, Moderators: Thom Palstra (University of Twente), Matthias Scheffler (Fritz Haber Institute)
14:15Plenary Speaker: Barend MonsThe FAIR Guiding Principles in Times of Crisis
15:00Gerd CederLarge Synthesis Data Sets Extracted from the Scientific Literature with Natural Language Tools
15:30Plenary Speaker: Claudia DraxlNew Horizons for Materials Research - Role of FAIR Data
16:15Coffee BreakCoffee Break
16:30Plenary Speaker: James WarrenThe US Material Genome Initiative and the Materials Data Infrastructure
17:15Sören AuerFrom Scientific Articles to Research Data and a Knowledge Graph for Science
17:45Luca GhiringhelliCommunity-driven Metadata and Ontologies for Materials Science and their Key Role in Artificial-intelligence Tools
18:15Giulia GalliReproducibility of Materials Simulations and Accessibility to Data
19:00-21:00 Poster Session, Moderator: Carsten Baldauf (Fritz Haber Institute)
Thursday, June 4
Moderators: Carsten Baldauf (Fritz Haber Institute), Ralph Ernstorfer (Fritz Haber Institute)
09:00Plenary Speaker: Tong-Yi ZhangFrom Data to Knowledge: Data Driven Discovery of Formulas
09:45Mario BoleyIdentifying Domains of Applicability of Machine Learning Models for Materials Science
10:15Coffee BreakCoffee Break
10:30Runhai OuyangThe Data-driven Method SISSO: Concept, Applications, and Challenges
11:00Isao TanakaRecommender System for Materials Discovery
11:30Beatriz NohedaCognitive Materials, Devices and Systems: Preparing the Future for Energy Efficient Data Analysis
12:00Plenary Speaker: York Sure-VetterThe German Research Data Infrastructure: Concepts, Challenges and Chances
Moderators: Matthias Scheffler (Fritz Haber Institute), Christoph Koch (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
14:00Mark GreinerFAIR’ifying Experimental Data Community
14:30Annette TrunschkeExperimental Handbook for Clean Data in Catalysis
15:00Tristan BereauCompound Screening in Soft Matter from Multiscale Simulations
15:30Rampi RamprasadPolymer Informatics: Current Status and Critical Next Steps
16:00Andrew FergusonReconstructing All-atom Protein Folding from Low-dimensional Experimental Time Series
16:30Coffee BreakCoffee Break
16:45Stefano CurtaroloSome FAIR Tools for Symmetry and Structure Recognition (AFLOW)
17:15Uwe BergmannHow to Conquer the Data Challenge at High-Repetition Rate X-Ray Lasers
17:45Gian Marco RignaneseThe OPTIMADE REST API for Querying Materials Databases: Challenges and Opportunities
18:15Kristin PerssonMaterials Project: Design of an Effective Software Infrastructure for Data Production, Dissemination and Analyses
19:00-21:00 Poster Session, Moderator: Carsten Baldauf (Fritz Haber Institute)
Friday, June 5
Moderators: Carsten Baldauf (Fritz Haber Institute), Martin Wolf (Fritz Haber Institute)
09:00Joachim UllrichTowards an AI-ready International System of Units: Metadata-format, Thesaurus and Ontology
09:30Johannes KösterReproducible Data Analysis with Snakemake
10:00Astrid SchneidewindData Infrastructure for Diversified User Operation in Neutron and Photon Science - The DAPHNE Project
10:30Coffee BreakCoffee Break
10:45Shinji TsuneyukiCrystal Structure Prediction by Assimilating Incomplete Powder Diffraction Data
11:15Bert KappenQuantum Machine Learning
11:45Wolfgang WenzelFrom Multiscale Simulation of Materials to Digital Twins for Materials
12:15Ulrich PanneFAIR in Action for Materials Science and Engineering @BAM
Moderators: Claudia Draxl (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Matthias Scheffler (Fritz Haber Institute)
14:00Patrick RinkeSmart Materials Science Data Generation with the BOSS Code
14:30Chris EberlExemplary Stepping Stones for the Digital Transformation in Materials Science and Materials Engineering (MSE)
15:00Bryce MeredigAn Industrial Perspective on FAIR Data and Machine Learning for Materials
15:30Karel LuybenEuropean Open Science Cloud
16:00Matthias SchefflerConcluding Remarks


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