The NOMAD CoE represents a dynamic, trans European consortium involving internationally renown scientists from more than 10 academic institutions and high-performance computing centers across Europe.
April 8, 2021: CECAM Session on Data Driven Science with an Overview Talk by Claudia Draxl
We would like to draw your attention to the following event:
April 8, 2021 from 15:00 to 19:00 CEST
CECAM Mixed-gen Session on Data Driven Science
with an overview talk by Claudia Draxl,
2 young-generation contributions,
and a poster session
In the first part, Claudia Draxl will give an overview talk entitled “From data to knowledge” (abstract), followed by two young members of the community describing their work in the area of data driven science. The latter talks will be selected from the submitted poster abstracts. In the second part, PhD students and researchers in their first post-doc will present pertinent projects in a virtual poster session. The event is designed to provide a venue for PhD students and young researchers to present their work and to receive feedback from experts.
- 15:00 to 15:05 - Welcome & Introduction
- 15:05 to 15:55 - Claudia Draxl - From data to knowledge
- 15:55 to 16:15 - Q&A session
- 16:15 to 16:35 - 1st talk by a young researcher
- 16:35 to 16:45 - Q&A session
- 16:45 to 17:05 - 2nd talk by a young researcher
- 17:05 to 17:15 - Q&A session
- 17:30 to 19:00 - Poster session on Gather.town
How To Participate
If you are a PhD student or a post-doc, please apply here: https://members.cecam.org/login.
If you don't have a CECAM account yet, please register here: https://members.cecam.org/register.
Deadline for poster submission: 10 days before the event, i.e. March 30, 2021.
Note that the two young-generation speakers will be selected from the poster abstracts.
The Event will be held via Zoom and Gather.town. The Zoom link will be made available via the event’s website, the Gather link will be available to registered participants only.
Please forward this invitation to everyone who may be interested!