The P4EU Workshop on ELNs (Electronic Laboratory Notebooks) will be held on-line on Monday 20th September. The idea is to present selected ELNs and LIMSs, share experiences with the different solutions and learn how to get started, e.g. by sharing templates. Within the company talks, the focus will be on a compiled list of features that are important to our community as derived from the previous survey.
The agenda is (CEST time):
09.00-09:15 Welcome & Presentation of survey results (Anne Diehl, FMP-Berlin; Anja Schütz, MDC Berlin)
09.15-10.15 Labfolder – 30 min Company presentation (Frances Spiller) + 15 min User experiences (Barbara Borgonovo, MPI Dresden & Joop v. den Heuvel, HZI Braunschweig) & discussion
10.15-11.15 BioVia – 30 min Company presentation (Domenico Palumberi) + 15 min User experiences (Anne Diehl, FMP Berlin) & discussion
11:30-12:30 eLabNext – 30 min Company presentation (Julia Wilke) + 15 min User experiences (Katharina Hanika, Wangeningen University) & discussion
12:30-13:15 Lunch break
13:15-14:00 OpenIRIS/OneNote 15 min User experiences (Manuel Ehling, Anja Schütz, MDC Berlin) & discussion
14:00-15:00 RSpace – 30 min Company presentation (Rob Day) + 15 min User experiences (Harald Kusch, Göttingen University) & discussion
15:00-15:15 Final discussion round & meeting closure
The agenda may be downloaded here:
Registration will be required as access to the meeting sessions will be by a unique non-transferable personal code. In case you haven’t registered yet, you can still do so using the link below.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. This will include a single-user access code and meeting link that should not be shared. By registering you confirm acceptance of the The Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine data protection/data usage policy:
MDC data protection/data usage declaration
The meeting will not be recorded.
So far, we have in excess of 50 registrations including guests from the host institutes and external speakers.