Looking forward to the EMMC 2021 workshop on 2-4 March, for anyone interested in the software and business aspects there is an intriguing session on Industrial Requirements to Materials Modelling Software with a talk by Kurt Stobro (Stokbro Invest) on Business opportunities for materials science software. The talk promises to “analyze how we could successfully enter the very competitive market for commercial atomic-scale modelling software and discuss some of the opportunities that exist today for new entrants”. Having contributed a number of reports on the topic, e.g. on the Materials Modelling Software Market and Business models and sustainability for materials modelling software, we will be interested in the presentation and discussions in the session.
In this first webinar of the OntoCommons project we will provide a brief overview about the OntoCommons EcoSystem (OCES), Top Reference Ontologies, Industrial Domain Ontologies, FAIR Ontologies, Standardisation in the ontology ecosystem, the OntoCommons Community and the Focus Areas of the OntoCommons project.
The webinar will be held on 23 February 2021 at 2pm GMT (15:00 CET).
Ontologists, industrial stakeholders, implementers, and end users should participate to learn more about:
- The Ontology Commons EcoSystem (OCES)
- The roles played by the Top Reference Ontologies, Industrial Domains and FAIR Ontologies
- Standardisation in the ontology ecosytem
- Our plans to grow the OntoCommons Community through engagement with key Focus Areas
Join peers from a wide range of backgrounds sharing an interest in materials digitalisation, from digital online marketplaces for materials modelling to interoperability and ontologies at IntOp2018, organised by the European Materials Modelling Council (EMMC) on 6-7 November in Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany.
Materials Modelling Marketplaces are next generation systems integrating tangible and intangible materials model components to support enhanced innovation. These digital marketplace take advantage of recent advances in information technologies to establish online innovation platforms to explore, learn, and create advanced materials modelling solutions covering all models and domains.
Wider interoperability across models and data is key to enhanced integration, marketplace and digitalisation. It requires agreement based on ontologies for materials, including characterisation, modelling, processing of materials as well as data, models and services.
The workshop will discuss the establishment of a digital single marketplace as innovation hub for the advancements of materials based industries. The workshop addresses both key technological and organisational human capital gaps.
The EMMC is seeking support of the entire community for the establishment of common standards for access to all online materials modelling resources including data repositories of materials properties, online modelling workflows, translation, education and training services.
The workshop will also host a kickoff session for the International Materials Ontology Interest Group led by the EMMC.
For further details and registration, see the EMMC website.