2021 年 6 月 29 日に化学・材料科学業界向けのオンラインイベントである「Dotmatics Showcase for Chemicals & Materials」を開催いたします。本イベントでは、化学・材料科学における研究開発データを活用してイノベーションを加速し、データ駆動型のイニシアチブをサポートする方法についてお話させていただきます。また、さまざまな研究開発ワークフローに対応するために弊社のインフォマティクス ソリューションを導入されたお客様からの事例をご紹介させていただきます。
|Opening & Welcome||Stephen Gallagher, Co-Founder, Dotmatics|
|Introduction to Dotmatics||Max Petersen, Associate VP of Chemicals & Materials Marketing, Dotmatics|
|Chemicals and Materials use case: example of ARKEMA||Dr. Gérard Guilpain, R&D Scientific Director, ARKEMA|
|Software Demonstration||Alister Campbell, Global Head of Application Science, Dotmatics|
|Roundtable Discussion | Q&A||Dotmatics|
Steve Gallagher, along with co-Founder Alastair Hill, has taken Dotmatics from a scientific software start-up company to a multi-million dollar business supporting the world’s leading pharmaceutical, biotechnology and chemicals companies. Inspired by his experience as an end-user Data Scientist, Steve has always believed in providing researchers with access to all of their data, all of the time.
Steve founded Dotmatics following eight years’ industrial and academic experience. He provided research IT solutions to R&D teams as a Senior Systems Analyst at Merck Pharmaceuticals, MSD from 2000 to 2005. Prior to that Steve held a post-doctoral research position at Los Alamos Research Laboratory from 1997 to 2000 which reinforced his belief in the importance of collaborative research, across both geographies and domains. He holds a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Warwick.
I have headed up the EU Sales team here at for Dotmatics for 3 years and have worked in this industry for over 20 years. I am responsible for managing our account managers through Europe, Middle East and India with all commercial elements but most importantly in supporting our customers in meeting their business objectives now and for the future. We currently have 8 account managers in the EU team including John Gatenby, Alessandro Spada & Peter Rhodes who build on decades of experience to help guide our customers on the digitalisation journey. Our team work closely with the pre-sales applications scientists, implementation team and support group to ensure that we understand our customers challenges from the initial sales process and maintain our customers satisfaction for long term partnership.
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.
Alister Campbell is the Global Head of Application Science at Dotmatics. He has 20 years experience in the industry with positions at GSK and Merck working as a Medicinal Chemist in Neuroscience and for the past 12 years heading up the Application Science Group working in Scientific Data Informatics. Alister has built a large global Application Science team delivering modern web-based scientific data querying, visualisation and data capture software to customers in the Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Chemicals & Materials sector. Alister has been closely involved in the development of the Dotmatics platform which has seen the business grow significantly in that time.
Gérard Guilpain, Scientific Director R&D Digitalization, Arkema
Gérard Guilpain is Scientific Director at ARKEMA with responsibility for R&D digitization and Knowledge management including security of information in R&D. With over 20 years of industrial and academic research experience, he is a fervent believer in the importance of digital continuity in enabling ARKEMA scientists to trace, share, secure and exploit their valuable R&D data. He has held multiple senior roles across the ARKEMA group including Director of the Rhône-Alpes Research Center (CRRA). Gérard was awarded a PhD in Physical Chemistry by the Université de Haute-Alsace preceded by an MSc ChemEng from École Supérieure de Chimie Organique et Minérale (ESCOM).