European UGM program announced

news · 10 years ago
The program is now available for ChemAxon's 2010 European User Group Meeting which will be held on Wednesday and Thursday, May 19-20 at the Danubius Hotel Gellert, Budapest, Hungary. The meeting will preceded by a training day on May 18th and followed by a Markush Forum on the morning of May 21st. Program The meeting will feature presentations from ChemAxon users, introduce a focus session on SharePoint, lightning presentations/exhibition from ChemAxon Partners and the latest updates on product developments. Preceding the meeting will be a dual track developer and end user Training Day on May 18th. To see the topics and schedule visit: Developer Training Day End user: Application Focus Training Day Following the UGM we have the first meeting of the Markush Forum, an open morning for interested organizations (users and content developers) to participate in the further development of ChemAxon’s tools for Markush structure enumeration and search. More information. To find out more about the meeting , register or submit a poster abstract (open until May 1st) and view the program, please visit this page. To review the archives of previous meetings, including original presentations (slides and video) and meeting reports from Yvonne Martin and Wendy Warr visit this page. We look forward to seeing you here. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Selected presentations:
  • Instant JChem to link chemistry and biology data.  Ian Berry.  Evotec (UK) Ltd
  • Cheminformatics and SharePoint: A Big Pharma Perspective.  Luke Bullard.  Pfizer
  • The Mobile Kinome.  Steven Muskal.  Eidogen
  • Virtual library generation using KNIME.  Timea Polgar. ChemAxon
  • Tautomerism in chemical information management systems.  Wendy A Warr.  Wendy Warr & Associates
  • Implementation of ChemAxon in a SOA environment. Shane Weaver. GlaxoSmithKline
  • Structure-based approaches to the indexing and retrieval of patent chemistry.  TBA.  Thomson Reuters
ChemAxon Partners participants (tbc) - see partner listing here.