Learn how to use the NOMAD tools by participating in the NOMAD virtual tutorial series!
NOMAD is a web-based platform for FAIR sharing and analyzing of materials science data. This online tutorial series covers all important aspects of the NOMAD Laboratory project (Pillar A of FAIR-DI e.V.) and teaches participants how to use them efficiently. The tutorials are designed as interactive online seminars with introductory videos, hands-on exercises, and live Q&A zoom sessions with the NOMAD developers. All time zones are considered.
The first tutorial by NOMAD developer Markus Scheidgen takes place on October 6 - 7 and focuses on the NOMAD Repository and Archive – Sharing, Publishing, and Managing Computational Materials Science Data with NOMAD.
Registration is required.
In the first tutorial, NOMAD Developer Markus Scheidgen will address:
The preliminary program of the series includes:
Markus Scheidgen: NOMAD Repository and Archive – Sharing, Publishing, and Managing Computational Materials Science Data with NOMAD
Lauri Himanen: NOMAD Materials Encyclopedia
Luca Ghiringhelli: NOMAD Artificial Intelligence Toolkit - Part 1 & 2
Kristian Thygesen & Geoffroy Hautier: Workflow Management - Part 1 & 2
Gian-Marco Rignanese: The Open Databases Integration for Materials Design (OPTiMaDe)
More information can be found on the website of the NOMAD tutorials: