Monday, October 14, 2019

ChemCuration 2019 Poster Conference: Call for Posters

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ChemCuration 2019 is a go. The website is online, the Twitter account and hashtag are ready, we got a poster prize, and here is the call for posters!

    On December 3 the first ChemCuration conference will take place. ChemCuration 2019 is a one day, online-only conference around data curation and curated data in the chemistry domain. During the entire conference day, you can participate by tweeting about the poster that you uploaded, along with the meeting hashtag, and responding to questions about your poster in the 24 hours of the conference day. The poster must be available in an online repository (e.g. Zenodo or Figshare) under the CCZero, CC-BY or CC-BY-SA license prior to the conference.

    This is the meeting scope: anything around data curation and curated data of open science data in chemistry. This includes but is not limited to: 1. a new release of curated open data; 2. FAIR metadata around open data; and 3. open source tools for data curation.

    How do I participate in ChemCuration?
    You can participate in this online poster conference by presenting your poster on Twitter
    during the conference day. You do this by first archiving your poster via Figshare or Zenodo,
    with an open license (e.g. CCZero or CC-BY). Then, during the day you tweet an image of
    (part of) your digital poster with the #chemcur2019 hashtag, a short summary, and a link to
    your online poster with its DOI. The archived poster should be a regular A0 poster (WxH =
    841 x 1189 mm or 33.1 x 46.8 in)

    Do I need to register?
    Registration is not obligatory to participate. However, if you would like to be eligible for a poster prize, then registration is required, by Nov. 30th, 2019. The registration form is found at

    More information can be found on the website ( and on Twitter

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