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  1. Aleksandr Blekh

    MATIN WORKSHOP SERIES

    We plan to hold several MATIN workshops over the course of coming weeks. These will focus on highlighting the platform's core features and best practices in order to raise awareness of potential benefits and improve the platform adoption by domain experts (that is, you!). In addition to informal interactions and hands-on experiences, attendees will have a chance to share their experience in using MATIN, express their concerns and suggestions for improvement as well as discuss relevant topics of interest. Light refreshments will be served. For each event you plan to attend, please RSVP via e-mail to aleksandr.blekh@gatech.edu. (Apologies for the short notice to those not in IMAT mailing lists.)

    Schedule of Workshops (several will be offered multiple times to accommodate schedules of participants):

    1. Using MATIN for managing your research projects
      • 3:00 p.m., 11/17/2016.,  MRDC 4211
      • 3:30 p.m., 11/22/2016, MRDC 4404
         
    2. Using MATIN for your data science-focused projects
      • 3:00 p.m., 12/01/2016,  Paper Tricentennial Bldg. Room 114
      • 3:30 p.m. 12/05/2016,  Paper Tricentennial Bldg. Room 114

           3. Survey of data science approaches and methods in materials informatics (TBA – to be announced)

           4. Using MATIN for creating and managing portable reproducible workflows in materials science  (TBA)

           5. Using MATIN for managing data sets in materials science research projects  (TBA)

    Best regards,
    Aleks
    --
    Aleksandr L. Blekh, Ph.D.
    MATIN Project Lead, Research Scientist II
    Materials Informatics for Engineering Design (MINED) Group
    Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    aleksandr.blekh@gatech.edu

    1. Aleksandr Blekh

      A repeat workshop (1b), originally scheduled for tomorrow, November 22, is CANCELLED.

      I plan on offering the same content (using MATIN for managing your research projects) on December 1. Tentatively, the workshop on December 5 will be focused on using MATIN for data science-intensive research projects. Planned length of each workshop is now 1 hour (no refreshments will be provided – disregard relevant information from the original announcement).

      Please RSVP via e-mail to aleksandr.blekh@gatech.edu in regard to December 1 and/or December 5 events.

      Happy Thanksgiving!

      Best regards,
      Aleks

    2. Brian Peterson

      @Aleksandr Blekh‍ 

      Hey, look I'm mentioning you.

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