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Welcome to the FAIRmat seminar!

In the FAIRmat seminar series, prominent researchers and group leaders are invited to share recent developments on the topics of FAIR research data management practices, big data, and machine learning/artificial intelligence applications in the fields of condensed-matter physics and materials science.

The FAIRmat seminar is a hybrid event, taking place at the Integrative Research Institute for the Sciences in Berlin (IRIS Adlershof) and online. The talks are recorded and are available after the event on our Youtube channel.

Glimpses of the future: a “full stack”, highly automated materials research laboratory
Seminar
DATE: September 28, 2023 TIME: 11:00 CEST
SPEAKER(S): Brian Richard Pauw
LOCATION: Berlin and online

Join us for the FAIRmat seminar on September 28, 2023 at 11:00, in IRIS Adlershof (Berlin) and online, with speaker Brian Richard Pauw (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung).

Glimpses of the future: a “full stack”, highly automated materials research laboratory
Why Machine Learning Can Find a New Material, But Not a Needle in a Haystack
Seminar
DATE: September 15, 2023 TIME: 11:00-12:00 CEST
SPEAKER(S): Kevin Jablonka
LOCATION: Berlin and Online

Join us for the FAIRmat seminar on September 15, 2023 at 11:00, in IRIS Adlershof (Berlin) and online, with speaker Kevin Jablonka (Helmholtz Institute for Polymers in Energy Applications of the University of Jena and Helmholtz Center Berlin).

Why Machine Learning Can Find a New Material, But Not a Needle in a Haystack
High-throughput search of topological materials and meta-materials
Seminar
DATE: July 28, 2023 TIME: 11:00 CEST
SPEAKER(S): Maia G. Vergniory
LOCATION: Berlin and online

You are invited to join us for the FAIRmat seminar on July 28, 2023 at 11:00, in Berlin-Adlershof and online. Maia G. Vergniory (Max Planck Institute for the Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden) will give the talk High-throughput search of topological materials and meta-materials.

High-throughput search of topological materials and meta-materials
Multi-method, multi-messenger approaches to models of strong correlations
Seminar
DATE: November 24, 2022 TIME: 10:00
SPEAKER(S): Thomas Schäfer
LOCATION: Berlin and online

Thomas Schäfer of the Max-Planck Institute for Solid State Research will speak about Multi-method, multi-messenger approaches to models of strong correlations in a special FAIRmat seminar in Berlin-Adlershof.

Multi-method, multi-messenger approaches to models of strong correlations