The autumn ACS meeting is coming up next month, and I will be presenting two talks:
- Sunday (20/Aug) 10:30-10:55am: Presentation in Division of Chemical Information (Open Structures: Current Issues & Future Plans) – Representing molecules with minimalism: A solution to the entropy of informatics
- Wednesday (23/Aug) 10:50am: Presentation in Division of Chemical Information (Drug Discovery: Cheminformatic Approaches) – Autonomous model building with a preponderance of well annotated assay protocols
The first talk is about chemical structure representation, and will discuss some rather low level issues. The second talk is about some of the latest functionality to be added to the BioAssay Express project, specifically to do with the use of the structure-activity data that comes along with the annotated assays, and some of the ways we can leverage it.
In addition, my colleague Handy Küçük will be talking about digging deeper into the semantic annotations that are used by BioAssay Express:
- Wednesday (23/Aug) 11:30am: Presentation in Division of Chemical Information (Government(-Funded) Chemical Databases & Open Chemistry) – Adding value to public data using the BioAssay Express: Using semantic web axioms and machine learning to support annotation