We are looking for a project assistant to help the FAIRmat team with:
- Administrative support
- Administration of third-party funds
- Organization of internal and international events
This is an E8 TV-L position, initially limited until September 2026 but with an extension being sought, with the possibility to work part-time. The full job description and instructions on how to apply are also available on our jobs page (EN) or the Humboldt University site (DE).
The second International FAIR-DI Conference on a FAIR Data Infrastructure for Materials Genomics will take place from 12-15 July 2022 online. The full program of 78 talks by experts in Data management, Experimental and computational databases, Exascale computing, High-throughput experiments and computations and Machine learning, is now available to view or download here.
Registration for the conference is free and open until 30 June 2022.
Recordings of the FAIRmat tutorial on NOMAD Oasis and FAIR data collaboration and sharing are now available on YouTube !
The YouTube playlist includes the following sessions:
- Talk by Claudia Draxl: From Research Islands and Data Silos to a Powerful Data Infrastructure
- Talk by Markus Scheidgen: Adapting NOMAD Oasis to Your Research
- Hands-on session with Markus Scheidgen: Installing NOMAD, adding parsers, customizing data schemas, creating ELNs
All information about the tutorial including slides the link to the YouTube playlist can be found on the tutorial event page.
The video of the talk The Next Decade of the US Materials Genome Initiative given by James A Warren at the NFDI Physical Sciences Joint Colloquium on 5 May 2022 is now available on YouTube.
The first talk of the NFDI Physical Sciences Joint Colloquium will be given by James A. Warren, Director of the NIST Materials Genome Program, on 05.05.2022.
This will be a hybrid event, taking place in Berlin-Adlershof and on Zoom.
More information and registration can be found here.