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On January 20, the colloquium FEST with FAIRness in honour of Claudia Draxl will take place in the Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. There will be interesting lectures on the subjects of data infrastructures (Matthias Scheffler, FHI), hybrid inorganic/organic systems (Norbert Koch, HU), big-data-driven materials science (Kristin Persson, UC Berkeley), and theory of electronic excitations (Lucia Reining, École Polytechnique). Find out more here: https://th.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/meetings/FEST-WITH-FAIRNESS/
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The NFDI Evaluation Colloquium is now over and we have experienced a positive atmosphere and constructive questions. Many thanks to Claudia Draxl (HU), Matthias Scheffler (FHI), Markus Scheidgen (HU), Christof Wöll (KIT) + Mark Greiner (MPICEC) for the great presentation! Obviously, we don’t dare to predict the outcome of the evaluation. We will get the detailed minutes of the meeting at the end of January, and will then have the opportunity to reply to the reviewer's questions and criticism. We will keep you up to date! In the meantime, you will find some impressions of the evaluation on our Twitter account @FAIRmat_NFDI
Following the successful submission of our proposal, the NFDI proposal review period has now begun. In the next few days we will present the concept of the FAIRmat consortium to the DFG and members of the NFDI expert panel. Fingers crossed for this next important step!
The FAIRmat team has successfully submitted the NFDI Proposal of the Consortium FAIRmat. The next step in the application process is a review of first-round proposals at the end of the year. We will keep our fingers crossed and keep you up to date!
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Members of FAIRmat are organizing / participating in "Hands-On DFT and Beyond: High-throughput screening and big-data analytics, towards exascale computational materials science". This workshop is taking place from 26 August to 6 September, see https://th.fhi-berlin.mpg.de/meetings/dft2019/.
On July 15-16 2019, around 55 scientists from different research areas and all over Germany were actively participating in the FAIRmat Meeting in Berlin-Adlershof. The focus was on questions around the NFDI proposal. Following the successful submission of the Letter of Intent in July 2019, FAIRmat is currently preparing for a successful submission of the NFDI proposal on October 15, 2019.
Unlocking the Fourth Paradigm of Materials Research: Several positions are available in Big-Data-driven Computational Materials Science
for Master Students, PhD Students, and Postdocs in Berlin at FAIR-DI e.V. and the NOMAD CoE