International Materials Data: Joint Meeting

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05 Aug 2021
Meeting objectives: 
  1. Hold two panel discussions with audience participation 
    1. 1st discussion: Broad topic of “Global Challenges and international collaborations”
    2. 2nd discussion: Specific topic of “Pilot project of common interest & mutual benefit”
Meeting agenda: 

Collaborative session notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Dbm1_xjXfyFGoCYp_OgNnyAqXYJMV-GE_4flAdkjpSk/edit

Agenda:

0-10min.   Brief Updates: IMRR – Final Report & new developments, 10 minutes, Ray Plante & Chandler Becker, NIST

10-40min. 1ST Panel Discussion: “Global Challenges and international collaborations” (Panelists: 20 min and Audience: 10 min)

40-70min.  2nd Panel Discussion: “Pilot project of common interest & mutual benefit” (Panelists: 20 min and Audience: 10 min)

70-90min.  Wrap up Discussion & Next Steps (Panelists and Audience)

Target Audience: 

Researchers in materials science, cognate domains and data science

 

Group chair serving as contact person: 
Brief introduction describing the activities and scope of the group: 

The Materials Data, Infrastructure, & Interoperability (MDII) was founded in 2013 and aims to foster exchange of computational & experimental materials data through shared online repositories, standardized formats/terminologies & open programming interfaces.  

The NFDI-MatWerk consortium as part of the National Research Data Infrastructure NFDI, where entire research areas across Germany are working together in subject-specific consortia with MatWerk receiving funding for Materials Science and Engineering.

The Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) is a senior scientific and technical Federal institute with responsibility to the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy that tests, researches and advises to protect people, the environment and material goods.

 

Short Group Status: 

The Materials Data, Infrastructure, & Interoperability (MDII) Interest Group was founded in 2013 and aims to foster exchange of computational & experimental materials data through shared online repositories, standardized formats/terminologies & open programming interfaces.  

Type of Meeting: 
Informative meeting
Are you willing to hold your session at multiple times to accommodate various time zones?: 
No
Please indicate the breakout slot (s) that would suit your meeting: 
Breakout 2
Meeting presenters: 
Laura Bartolo (Moderator) and Matthew Evans, Alysia Garmulewicz Björn Mieller, Birgit Skrotzki, James Warren (Panelists)
How do you prefer to hold the virtual component of your session: 
live
Contact for group (email):