Discuss with us about ELNs, tools and methods for FAIR data!
Several services and resources are currently being developed to help researchers manage their chemical data. Our goal is to seamlessly digitise the entire workflow of all sub-disciplines of chemical research. At the monthly NFDI4Chem Stammtisch (regulars’ table) you can learn more about these services and resources and discuss with the developers of NFDI4Chem as well as other researchers, get tips or give important feedback from your practice. For example, an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) should be able to seamlessly capture, store, search, and publish generated research data, incorporating the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) data principles. Do you agree? Let’s talk about it!
Starting with a short presentation given by an expert, followed by an in-depth discussion with the audience, the Stammtisch offers space for suggestions and enhancements around a wide range of resources. Hotly debated topics are the Chemotion ELN and other ELNs, repositories, machine learning as well as improvements concerning the search algorithms (e.g., InChI). Don’t miss this unique opportunity to place your thoughts and get involved in the development process!
The Stammtisch will be held on the last Friday of each month at 2:00 PM!
We are on summer break.
29/09/23: Research data management with LinkAhead ( Timm Fitschen, Indiscale)
27/10/23: Chemistry features FAIR4Chem Awards 2023 (Prof. Lena Daumann & Dr. Johanna Bruckner (FAIR4Chem Awardees 2023))
24/11/23: PSDI: Physical Sciences Infrastructure of the UK (Nicola Knight & Samantha Kanza)
Future topics, date will be announced soon:
- Presentations on several electronic lab notebooks (ELNs)
- Data management plans
Enjoy watching our last presentations on YouTube:
|30/06/23:||Blind prediction challenges as use cases for NFDI4Chem (Prof. Stefan M. Kast, Prof. Ricardo Mata, Dr. Nicolas Tielker & Michel Lim) (video tba)|
|26/05/23:||Chemical Ontologies (Philip Strömert) (video tba)|
|28/04/23:||LOGS-ELN – an ELN for spectroscopists with its own integrated SDMS (Scientific Data Management System) (Dr. Jakob J. Lopez & Dr. Sina Kazemi) (video tba)|
|31/03/23:||MolBar (Nils van Staalduinen & Jun.-Prof. Christoph Bannwarth)|
|24/02/23:||Generic Elements in Chemotion (Fabian Fink)|
|27/01/23:||DALIA: Knowledge Graph for FAIR Data Usage and Provision (Prof. Sonja Herres-Pawlis)|
|25/11/22:||LISTER: Semi-automatic metadata extraction from annotated experiment documentation in eLabFTW (Prof. Holger Gohlke)|
|28/10/22:||Chemistry features FAIR4Chem Awards 2022 (Robert Giessmann & Christopher Keßler (FAIR4Chem Awardees 2022))|
|30/09/22:||News from the InChI (Prof. Sonja Herres-Pawlis & Dr. Gerd Blanke)|
|24/06/22:||CRIPT & BIGSmiles (Prof. Bradley Olsen)|
|20/05/22:||Machine Learning Applications & Cheminfo (Kevin Jablonka)|
|29/04/22:||Sciformation ELN & Sciflection (Dr. Felix Rudolphi & Dr. Marco Dyga)|
|25/03/22:||Lead-by-example: Pragmatic RDM in Chemistry (Dr. Steffen Neumann)|
|25/02/22:||RADAR4Chem (Kerstin Soltau & Dr. Felix Bach)|
|28/01/22:||Molecular Machine Learning (Jun.-Prof. Dr. Pascal Friederich)|
|26/11/21:||eLabFTW (Dr. Nicolas Carpi)|
|29/10/21:||StereoInChI (Dr. Gerd Blanke & Dr. Andrey Yerin)|
|24/09/21:||MInChI – InChI for Mixtures (Dr. Gerd Blanke & Leah R. McEwen)|
|30/07/21:||InChI for Organometallics and Inorganics (Dr. Gerd Blanke & Dr. Hinnerk Rey)|
|25/06/21:||Introduction to RInChI (Dr. Gerd Blanke)|
|28/05/21:||Basics of InChI (Dr. Gerd Blanke)|
|30/04/21:||Chemotion from a User Perspective – Tips and Tricks (Fabian Fink)|
|26/03/21:||Introduction to ontologies (Dr. Johannes Liermann)|
|26/02/21:||Introduction to the repository of Chemotion (Dr. Nicole Jung)|
|29/01/21:||Overview of NFDI4Chem (Prof. Christoph Steinbeck)|
Introduction to the ELN of Chemotion (Dr. Patrick Hodapp)
Please be aware that the main part of the Stammtisch is the discussion which is not recorded!