14 November 2023
Europe/Berlin timezone

Presentations

Presentations

ELN Session 

Name  Center Title
Ahmad Ihsan FZJ What are ontologies and what can they be used for?
Dr. Marta Dembska DLR How to FAIRify data in your own lab 
Dr. Felix Engel  TIB How to find existing ontologies (Terminology Service of NFDI4Ing)
Fabian Kirchner Hereon From ontologies to knowledge graphs with the ELN Herbie


Topic 1

Name Center Title
Prof. Dr. Stefanie Dehnen KIT Multinary Clusters as Basis for Uncommon Materials
Dr. Katarzyna Polak- Kraśna Hereon Strategies towards active implants for cardiology

Topic 2

Name Center Title
Prof. Dr. Martin Wegener KIT Direct conversion of information into hardware: Ultrafast 3D laser nanoprinting
Prof. Dr. Francesca Toma Hereon Institute of Functional Materials for Sustainability: Current and Future Directions

Topic 3

Name Center Title
Prof. Dr. Christof Niemeyer KIT

Information-based biohybrid materials design

Dr. Nicole Jung KIT Technologies to accelerate the development of synthetic building blocks for materials sciences

Topic 4

Name Center Title
Prof. Dr. Benjamin Klusemann Hereon Hybrid twins for production processes
Dr. Christian Feiler Hereon Eyesight to AI: Discovery of effective corrosion modulators via predictive machine learning models

Topic 5

Name Center Title
Prof. Dr. Joachim Mayer FZJ Update on the development of the ER-C 2.0 infrastructure
Dr. Neil MacKinnon, Dr. Vlad Badilita KIT Correlated and high throughput magnetic resonance for increased information density

Research field crossing activities

Name Title
Prof. Dr. Ute Schepers (KIT) KIT Health Strategy

Prof. Dr. Eleftheria Zeggini (Helmholtz Munich),
Prof. Dr. Christian Cyron (Hereon),
Prof. Dr. Regine Willumeit-Römer (Hereon)

Digital Implant Research

Updates from the Joint Labs

Name Title
Prof. Dr. Christian Kübel (KIT) JL MDMC: Advanced electron microscopy to understand processes in batteries
Olena Abramova (KIT) JL VMD: Simulating the recrystallization kinetics of ultrafine grained aluminium using a multiphase field model, and the evolution of the structure and properties
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