10th STAM Scholarly Colloquium
Global Trends in Research on Data-Driven Discovery in Materials Science
Open data in materials science is increasingly driving research and collaboration between materials scientists in Japan and the UK.
The 10th STAM Scholarly colloquium will demonstrate the importance and usefulness of open science data to materials scientists and how STAM is developing as a key platform for open science
Join us for this key networking opportunity for materials scientists from the UK and Japan to recognize common interests and forge future-looking partnerships.
Register via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, affiliation and e-mail address.
When: 21 June 2019, 14:00 - 18:30
Where: Japanese Embassy, 101-104 Piccadilly, London, W1J 7JT
FREE (but strictly restricted to 100 participants).
|14:05||'Materials Science and Science & Technology Diplomacy in Japan' Teruo Kishi - Science & Technology Advisor to Minister to Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs|
|14:25||'Society 5.0 and Materials Data Platform at NIMS' Kazuhito Hashimoto - Executive Member of the Council for Science, Technology and Innovation Cabinet Office of Japan, President of National Institute of Materials Science, and STAM Editor-in-Chief|
|14:45||'Open-Science in the UK' David Sweeney - UK Research & Innovation and Executive Chair, Research England|
|15:30||'Materials science research based on prediction by machine learning' Ryo Tamura - National Institute for Materials Science, Japan|
|16:00||'Current Challenges in Data-driven Computational Materials Science' James A. Elliott - University of Cambridge, UK|
|16:30||'Science and Technology of Advanced Materials Updates' Masanobu Naito - National Institute for Materials Science, Japan|