Is Cambridge too far? Check out our TechTalks on the West Coast: April 16 in San Diego; April 17 in San Francisco and April 19 in Seattle.
Agenda in a glimpse
April 11 - Wednesday
9.30 am - Arrival and registration in front of the Longfellow Rooms on first floor in Royal Sonesta
10 am - Workshops will start (more below)
6 pm - Birthday party at TD Garden, with watching Celtics - Nets match
April 12 - Thursday
8.30 am - Registration starts at the Sonesta's Charles Suites
9 am - Program starts featuring user presentations, partner talks and short ChemAxon introduction
5.30 pm - Program ends and we have a social in event hotel
Please note that you can join to our program series at any point - including the workshops as well. Lunch, social programs and transportation will be provided for you throughout the meeting.
If you have any questions regarding our event, please contact the organizers.
Workshops - April 11
This hands-on workshop is for code-lovers. Rather useful if your daily work requires the integration, deployment or implementation of cheminformatics solutions; also some admin issues like configurations and installations. Our aim is to walk our attendees through a number of code examples and best practices, and also create a self-made, web-based environment relying on ChemAxon solutions.
Topics of the workshop:
- Create a web application with Marvin JS embedded, wired together with calculations on the drawn molecule, import/export functions via JChem Web Services, and BioEddie for handling large molecules
- An overview of our new search technologies powering JChem PostgreSQL Cartridge and MadFast Similarity Search
- Installation and configuration of Compound Registration
- Creating and working with plugins in Marvin Live
- Managing applications in ChemAxon Synergy environment
Workshop for Scientists
We invite all chemists and biologists as well as researchers from related fields to our hands-on training. The workshop will allow for people new to ChemAxon to get started with our applications, and also provide a deeper insight into our technology for more experienced users.
During this workshop we will cover a small discovery workflow which will involve the extraction of chemically relevant information from scientific papers, single molecule design in teams, registration of compounds as well as the usage of enumeration tools and molecule databases and will conclude in the processing of the resulting information in MS Excel. All steps will be carried out using ChemAxon’s latest tools, including but not limited to ChemLocator, Marvin Live, Compound Registration, the Plexus Suite and JChem for Office.