Webinar | Data-Driven R&D in Chemicals & Materials: Why an Open Platform is Essential

November 2, 2022

Dotmatics vision is that scientific applications that operate on top of a unified and data-centric platform allow for unparalleled insights. In this webinar we explore what this means in the context of chemicals and materials R&D. Particular focus will be on workflow complexity, variability in data types, and the breath of scientific disciplines such a platform needs to support. 

With this unparalleled access to research data, scientists are in a much stronger position to tackle today’s mega challenges including sustainability, energy, food supply, etc. We see this as a strong driver as to why organizations are investing in their data infrastructure, and we will provide examples of some of our most recent efforts in this area. 

Key Learning Objectives:

  • An open scientific platform provides unified access to data 

  • Existing R&D IT systems can be left in-place while allowing for full data interoperability 

  • Unified access to data is foundational for data-driven R&D, data modelling initiatives or any organization that desires to use their data more strategically 

Who Should Attend:

  • R&D managers, directors, VP of R&D 

  • Laboratory managers 

  • R&D IT professionals 

  • Lead scientists in materials science, chemical industry, energy, CPG 

Featured Speakers
Max Petersen

Max Petersen is the Associate VP of Chemicals & Materials Marketing at Dotmatics. In this role, Max is responsible for developing Dotmatics’ strategy for the chemicals & materials industries. 

Max has over 20 years of experience in informatics and simulation technologies in chemicals, materials and life sciences applications. He held business consulting and various technology leadership positions and also managed a lab automation company. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society and a masters in Physics from Technische Universität Berlin.

Event Details
8:00am - 9:00am PDT