Call for participants and announce program: ChemAxon's 2011 UGM: September 27-28, San Diego, CA

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We are announcing the program and calling for participants for ChemAxon's 4th US User Group Meeting (US-UGM) which will take place in San Diego, CA on September 27-28.

See the entire program Highlights of the event:
  • Program is launched with presentations from users including; Boehringer Ingelheim, Broad Inst, GlaxoSmithKline, NCTT, NextMove Software, Pfizer, RTI Int., Takeda, Thomson Reuters, full presentation titles below.
  • Preceding the meeting on Monday afternoon, Sept 26, we host a dedicated Markush Forum, sponsored by Thomson Reuters, a free session for content users to discuss the development and use of Markush structure IP tools and content.
  • Following the meeting on Thursday Sept 29, will be a two track Training Day for: Application and Developer, for beginner to advanced level users to become familiar with ChemAxon's toolkits and end user applications.
  • A relaxing location and many social events to mix in and enjoy
Useful links: Program: More information: Registration: Markush Forum: Developer training details: Application training details: UGM archives: Program titles: User Presentations 01 QnA and Keynote: Surviving the whitewater of R&D Informatics: How can we best support science in an ever-changing world 02 ZINC-12: A tool for the discovery, prioritization and acquisition of commercially available small molecule reagents for biology. 03 A novel Approach to Pharmaceutical Registration - Registration as a Service 04 Implementation of an Integrated Cheminformatics System at RTI 05 The Evolution of the Broad Chemical Biology Informatics Platform 06 Development and Deployment of Reagent Logistics Solution Using JChem Base/Cartridge 07 Centralizing data for drug discovery in a multi-group academic setting with ChemAxon 08 Enterprise Deployment of JChem for Excel (JC4XL) 09 Deploying Instant JChem on an Enterprise Scale 10 Excel as a Cheminformatics Interface 11 Efficient simultaneous matching of multiple SMARTS using the ChemAxon toolkits 12 Advanced searching chemical structures in patents 13 Tools for Analyzing Exemplified and Markush Structures in Chemical Patents 14 Reaction scheme: Capture, Iterator, and Parser 15 Smashing Molecules - How Molecular Fragments Allow us to Explore Large Chemical Spaces 16 Text mining for chemical information: the ChiKEL project Advisory: Note that hotel has reservation cut-off date of 24th of August. Accommodation can be booked here: