This is an opportunity for users and interested members of the public to get to know FAIRmat and share their questions and ideas with us. You will hear from representatives in all Areas of FAIRmat as well as some of our current users. At the end of the session there will be an open Q&A. For those attending in person, lunch and a coffee break will also provide an opportunity to talk to the speakers and other FAIRmat staff in a casual environment.
Date and Location
This session will take place on Wednesday November 16, 2022 in the Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin in Berlin-Adlershof as well as live on Zoom. For in-person participants, the address is: Rudower Ch 26, 12489 Berlin. The nearest public transport stops are S Adlershof (S45,46,8,85,9) and Magnusstraße (Tram 27,61,62,63,67 and Bus 162,163,164,M17).
The Zoom link will be sent to all registered participants shortly before the event.
Subject to change. All times are CET.
|12:00||Welcome and lunch|
|Introduction to FAIRmat|
|Towards an infrastructure for Synthesis data|
|13:40||José A. Márquez Prieto
|Solar cells in NOMAD|
|The two sites of FAIR data - explained alongside the implementation of NOMAD for an HZB laboratory|
|FAIR structuring of experimental data|
|Implementation of a NOMAD oasis for grain boundary segregation data|
Chinese Academy of Sciences and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
|Atomically-precise device self-fabrication: Multicomponent molecular devices by interfacing mass spectrometry, scanning probe, photoemission microscopy for and with computational modelling|
|FAIR (meta)data for theory and computation|
|Outreach and training at FAIRmat|
|16:50-18:00||Q&A with all speakers|