CINF 2016 Data Summit Slides - 251st ACS Meeting, March 2016

Here is the complete list of summit presentations with slides if available. A list of all CINF papers (with slides) can be found here.

Tomayto vs. Tomahto: Overcoming Incompatibilities in Scientific Data - Sunday, March 13 (am)

Global Initiatives in Research Data Management & Discovery - Sunday, March 13 (pm)

Global Initiatives in Research Data Management & Discovery - Monday, March 14 (am)

  • 43) 'PubChem BioAssay: A decade's practice for managing chemistry research data'
    Yanli Wang1
    1. NCBI, NLM, NIH , Building 38A, Room 5S506, 8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD, United States.
     
  • 44) 'Data infrastructural design for informing critical evaluation'
    Kenneth Kroenlein1
    1. Thermodynamics Research Center, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO, United States.
     
  • 45) 'Community-driven disciplinary data repositories: A case study'
    Ian Bruno1, Colin Groom1
    1. Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
     
  • 46) 'ICSU World Data System: Trusted data services for global science'
    Mustapha Mokrane1, Jean-Bernard Minster2, Rorie Edmunds1
    1. International Programme Office, ICSU World Data System, Koganei, Tokyo, Japan. 2. Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA, United States.
     
  • 47) 'STRENDA and MIRAGE: Examples of community-based data reporting standardization initiatives'
    Martin G. Hicks1, Carsten Kettner1
    1. Beilstein Institut, Frankfurt, Germany.
     
  • 48) 'Standardizing the description of nanomaterials: The CODATA uniform description system'
    John Rumble1, Steven Freiman2, Clayton Teague3
    1. R&R Data Services, Gaithersburg, MD, United States. 2. Freiman Consulting, Potomac, MD, United States. 3. Teague Consulting, Gaithersburg, MD, United States.
     
  • 49) 'Scientific units in the electronic age'
    Stuart J. Chalk1
    1. Department of Chemistry, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL, United States.
     

Global Initiatives in Research Data Management & Discovery - Monday, March 14 (pm)

Chemistry, Data & the Semantic Web: An Important Triple to Advance Science - Tuesday, March 15 (am)

Chemistry, Data & the Semantic Web: An Important Triple to Advance Science - Tuesday, March 15 (pm)

  • 107) 'Representing the chemistry of 800,000 crystal structures'
    Suzanna Ward1, Ian Bruno1, Colin Groom1
    1. Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
     
  • 108) 'CHEMnetBASE and beyond: CRC handbooks and dictionaries in today's world'
    Fiona Macdonald1, Megan Eisenbraun2
    1. Taylor and Francis, Boca Raton, FL, United States. 2. Taylor & Francis, London, United Kingdom.
     
  • 109) 'Collection, curation, and communication of thermophysical and thermochemical property data at the NIST Thermodynamics Research Center'
    Andrei Kazakov1, Robert Chirico3, Chris D. Muzny4, Vladimir Diky5, Eugene Paulechka1, Ala Bazyleva1, Joseph Magee2, Scott A. Townsend1, Kenneth Kroenlein2
    1. NIST, Boulder, CO, United States. 2. Thermodynamics Research Center, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO, United States. 3. National Institute of Standards Technology, Boulder, CO, United States. 4. NIST, Boulder, CO, United States. 5. NIST, Boulder, CO, United States.
     
  • 110) 'Building a better materials science database: Challenges and opportunities'
    Robin Padilla1, Michael Klinge1
    1. Corporate Markets & Databases, Springer Nature, Heidelberg, Germany.
     
  • 111) 'TCI's approaches to chemical information for researchers'
    Haruhiko Taguchi1, Tracey Barber2
    1. RD (Information Management) Department, Tokyo Chemical Industry Co Ltd, Chuo-ku Tokyo, Japan. 2. Marketing, TCI America, Cambridge, MA, United States.
     
  • 112) 'Presenting the latest scientific knowledge on an e-commerce website'
    Jonathan Stephan1
    1. Sigma Aldrich, Saint Louis, MO, United States.
     
  • 113) 'Beyond chemistry: Collect, organize, and visualize scientific data on the web'
    David Deng1, Rajeev Hotchandani1, Jinbo Lee1
    1. Scilligence, Burlington, MA, United States.
     

Chemistry, Data & the Semantic Web: An Important Triple to Advance Science - Wednesday, March 16 (am)

Chemistry, Data & the Semantic Web: An Important Triple to Advance Science - Wednesday, March 16 (pm)

Chemistry, Data & the Semantic Web: An Important Triple to Advance Science - Thursday, March 17 (am)

Chemistry, Data & the Semantic Web: An Important Triple to Advance Science - Thursday, March 17 (pm)

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