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STAM Seminar:
Global Trends in Research on Data-driven Discovery in Materials Science

- 10th STAM Scholarly Colloquium –

Schedules 2019.06.21


This meeting offers the latest insights into new trends in data-driven research in materials science for an audience of researchers based in the UK. Internationally renowned invited speakers will describe the importance of ‘open science’ for sharing data—such as modeling the structures and physical properties of materials—as well as publishing new findings as primary research papers in peer-reviewed journals including the Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (STAM) that specialize in materials science.

Venue Embassy of Japan in the UK (London)
Schedules Hours 2019.06.21, 14:00-18:30
Registration Fee Free
Contact
STAM Editorial Office, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
E-Mail: stam-info=ml.nims.go.jp(Please change "=" to "@")

Program

13:30    Doors Open

14:00    Opening

14:05    Teruo Kishi (Science and technology Advisor to the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Japan) “Materials Science and Science & Technology Diplomacy in Japan”

14:25    Kazuhito Hashimoto (Executive Member of the Council for Science, Technology and Innovation, Cabinet Office of Japan, President of NIMS, STAM Editor-in-Chief) “Society 5.0 and Materials Data Platform at NIMS”

14:45    David Sweeney (UKRI) “Open-Science in UK”

15:05    Break

15:30    Ryo Tamura (NIMS, Japan) “Materials science research based on predictions by machine learning”

16:00    James A. Elliott (Univ. of Cambridge) “Current Challenges in Data-driven Computational Materials Science”

16:30    Masanobu Naito (NIMS, Japan) “STAM Updates”

16:45    Closing

17:00    Start of Reception

18:30     Close of Event


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