If you’re interested in small molecules and cheminformatics, you might like to know that registration for the 2016 RDKit User Group Meeting is now open. The meeting will be held from the 26th-28th of October in Basel, Switzerland. From their announcement:
This year’s RDKit User Group Meeting will take place from 26-28 October at the Novartis Campus in Basel, Switzerland and is co-organized by people from Roche and Novartis.
Registration for the RDKit UGM is free:
The previous years’ format seemed to work pretty well and the feedback was positive, so we will stick to the same format this year:
Days 1 and 2: Talks, lightning talks, roundtable(s), discussion, and talktorials. For those who haven’t attended before, talktorials are somewhere between a talk and a tutorial, they cover something interesting done with the RDKit and include the code used to do the work. During the presentation you’ll give an overview of what you did and also show the pieces of the code that are central to the work. The idea is to mix the science up with the tutorial aspects.
Day 3 will be a sprint: those who choose to stay will spend an intense day working in small groups to produce useful artifacts: new bits of code, KNIME nodes, KNIME workflows, tutorials, documentation, IPython notebooks, etc. We will once again try to structure this a bit by collecting a bunch of ideas for things to work on in advance.
There will also be, of course, social activities.
Looks like fun!