VIVO Talks!: Creating a visual research topic map for SAMURAI catalogue and an introduction to Materials Data Platform (DICE) at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan

Donnerstag, 23. März 2023
10 bis 11 Uhr


Veranstaltet von
Berlin University Alliance (BUA)

Vortragende Person/Vortragende Personen:
Dr. Sae Dieb

In “VIVO Talks!” Dr. Sae Dieb is going to point out an application of natural language processing to visualize output topics for each researcher in the SAMURAI catalogue to maximize information absorbance for general audience and encourage collaboration. SAMURAI is a researchers catalogue that is connected to institutional repositories and other external databases.

In addition, Dr. Dieb will introduce NIMS DICE platform witch is materials data platform that handles materials data from their points of entry (data collection) to their points of exit (data service). High-throughput/high-quality data collection/registration systems were implemented to serve as the points of entry for data from various sources, such as experimental instruments, literature, and repositories. These data are stored and interconnected by comprehending the data structurally and hierarchically using informatic techniques such as RDF and Linked Data, adding values to the stored data.

The presentation from this session as well as the full recording of Sae Dieb's presentation will be available online. 

About the Speaker

Dr. Sae Dieb (ORCiD) is a Researcher at the Energy Materials Design Group, Research and Services Division of Materials Data and Integrated System (MaDIS), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Japan.

He has a PhD. Degree in computer science from Hokkaido University, Japan in which, he uses natural language processing to extract information from nanocrystal devices development publication.

His main research interest is to apply informatics principles, particularly data science and machine learning to support materials innovation. He works in the interdisciplinary domain of materials informatics collaborating with both computer scientists and materials scientists.

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