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GCMAC workshop

GCMAC workshop

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Integration and Automation of Materials Characterization Techniques

(in partnership with Acceleration conference, Vancouver, BC)

The German Canadian Materials Acceleration Centre is hosting a day-long training workshop on Friday August 9, at Accelerate 2024, focused on the “Integration and Automation of Materials Characterization Techniques”. The workshop will feature Prof. Dr.-Ing Helge Stein (TUM), Dr. Robert Black (NRC), Dr. Kourosh Malek (FZJ), Dr. Süleyman Er (DIFFER), Dr. Pascal Friederich (KIT), Dr. Michael Greenwood (NRCan), and Dr. Payam Kaghazchi (FZJ), and is open to anyone interested in attending. Register your interest directly via Accelerate 2024!

At this event, participants will:

  • Learn transversal skills for automating materials characterization and resultant data collection and management.
  • Form connections with other researchers directly involved in MAPs development in Canada and around Europe
  • Tour MAPs labs and see them in operation, discuss considerations directly with researchers.

Tentative agenda

Time (PDT) Session Lead
9:00 GCMAC/EUMACE Introduction & Background Michael Eikerling/ Kourosh Malek
9:15 BMBF support to GCMAC (Introduction) BMBF representative
9:25 Tutorial 1:MAP OperationQ&A Robert Black & Helge Stein
10:35 Break  
10:50 Tutorial 2: Data Ingestion, Metadata Management, Orchestration, and Cloud data Integration Q&A Kourosh Malek – Michael Greenwood
11:50 Lunch Break  
13:00 Lab Tour Hein, Berlinguette Labs – tbc
14:00 Tutorial 3: Modelling & Simulation(e.g. how modelling can help automation, characterization, or experimental design) Payam Kaghazchi -SĂĽleyman Er – Pascal Friederich
16:30 Open Discussion & Closing Facilitated by GCMAC team
17:30 Social Event – tbd (by RSVP)  

To register for this event please visit the following URL: →


Date And Time

2024-08-09 @ 08:30 AM to
2024-08-09 @ 05:30 PM

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