6th KNIME Cheminformatics Workshop - April 2017

Event date
Event location
Bracknell, UK

The 6th KNIME Cheminformatics Workshop was hosted Syngenta on Jealott's Hill in Bracknell, UK on April 25th, 2017 (the day before the UK QSAR Spring Meeting).

This workshop brings together KNIME users from the cheminformatics area in order to discuss questions, suggestions, and solutions to cheminformatics or general KNIME problems and wishes. As always representatives from KNIME will also be present to provide an overview of new features and future developments.

Many thanks to Mark Earll for organizing the event!

Agenda

Time Item Who
12:30–13:30 Lunch (informal buffet)  
13:30–13:40 Welcome / Pleasantries Mark Earll, Syngenta
13:40–13:55 Introductions - who are we all and why are we here?  
13:55–14:30 Update from KNIME Thorsten Meinl, KNIME
14:30–14:45 openPHACTS node from Erlwood James Lumley, Lilly
14:45–15:00 Update on Vernalis extensions Steve Roughley, Vernalis
15:00–15:20 Break  
15:20–15:50 KNIME - Applications at Syngenta Mark Earll, Syngenta
15:50–16:20 Histopathology image processing and classification using KNIME, Spark, and deep learning Greg Landrum, KNIME
16:20–17:00 Open discussion  
19:00 Informal dinner at the Cinnamon Tree  

 

Directions to Syngenta campus

Jealott's Hill International Research Centre
Bracknell
Berkshire
RG42 6EY
United Kingdom

​When using a sat-nav, take care to use the front entrance of the site. Some sat-nav models will send you to the rear entrance of site and you will not be able to get in. Click for Google Maps

Directions by road

From M3
Leave the motorway at Junction 3. Take the A322 towards Bracknell. Proceed through the roundabouts until the Met. Office roundabout. Take the A3095 signposted Maidenhead. Stay on this road for approx. 3 miles, proceeding over a small roundabout and turning left at the A3095 Cross-roads. Turn right into the main entrance of the Research Centre just past the sign for Jealott’s Hill.

From M40
Leave the motorway at Junction 4. Take the A404 signposted Reading. Continue onto the A404(M) leading to the roundabout at Junction 8/9 on the M4 Motorway. At this roundabout take the A308(M) signposted Maidenhead/Windsor. At the next roundabout take the A330 signposted Bracknell. At Hawthorn Hill turn sharp right (TAKE CARE) onto the A3095(Bracknell) road. The entrance to the Research Centre is 3/4 mile further on the left.

From M4 East
Leave the M4 at Junction 8/9 and take the A308(M) signposted Maidenhead/Windsor. At the first roundabout take the A330 signposted Bracknell. At Hawthorn Hill turn sharp right (TAKE CARE) onto the A3095 (Bracknell) road. The entrance to the Research Centre is 3/4 mile further on the left.

From M4 West
Proceed past Junction 10, even though it is signposted Bracknell. This avoids driving through Bracknell which is not easy unless you know it. Leave the M4 at Junction 8/9 and take the A308(M) signposted Maidenhead/Windsor. At the first roundabout take the A330 signposted Bracknell. At Hawthorn Hill turn sharp right (TAKE CARE) onto the A3095 (Bracknell) road. The entrance to the Research Centre is 3/4 mile further on the left.

Directions by rail

The nearest train stations are: Bracknell Train Station (3 miles), Maidenhead Train Station (6 miles)

Airports

The nearest airports are: Heathrow (20 miles), Gatwick (40 miles)