KNIME User and Computational Chemistry Tools Training - July 2012

- - Oxford is hosting a KNIME User and Computational Chemistry Tools Training Course at the Medical Sciences Teaching Centre at the University of Oxford in England, United Kingdom July 2 - 4, 2012.

The KNIME User and and Computational Chemistry Tools Training session is an ideal opportunity for beginners, advanced users and KNIME Experts to be introduced to KNIME and to learn how to use it more effectively. This is also an excellent opportunity to learn the latest computational chemistry nodes available within KNIME from leading software partners. T

Venue: Oxford University Medical Sciences Teaching Centre in the CAL Lab

Date: 2-4 July, 2012

Duration: 2 days Official KNIME end-user training, +1 day hands-on with 4 computational chemistry software vendors

Number of Participants: ~30 (maximum 35)

Software Vendors/KNIME partners: CCG, ChemAxon, Schroedinger and Tripos

As advertised on CCL.

Training Content

Day one - Monday, July 2, 2012

Session 1: User Training - Part 1
Introduction to KNIME, Data Plots and Views, Data Manipulation, Integration/Scripting, Reporting Introduction, Databases, Batch

Day two - Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Session 2: User Training - Part 2
Advanced Data Manipulation, Data Mining Introduction, Flow Variables and Workflow Loops, Switches, Summary

Day three - Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Session 3: Computational Chemistry Tools Training
Software vendors: CCG, ChemAxon, Schroedinger and Tripos will run training on their KNIME node extensions.


Please find enclosed the details for the rooms for the nights of July 2nd and 3rd for the KNIME training session next year:

St. Anne's college have set aside 35 rooms for us under the following promotional code "MSTC14083" (no spaces). The room types that have been reserved for you are called "Single Ensuite MSTC" and will only show up when the code has been entered.
The rooms can be booked up to midday one working day before the date of arrival, ie. before 10.00 on Thursday 28th June 2012 for Sunday 1st of July, but obviously the sooner the rooms are booked the better.

Bookings can be done from this web site:
The St Anne’s college facilities, directions and further information is available here:

Once these rooms are taken, then there may be other accommodation available from the other colleges.

Course Fees

Student Delegates

In order to encourage undergraduate or postgraduate students to attend the training, a reduced training fee is available. This fee applies to those undertaking a full time course for a recognised degree or a diploma at a university or equivalent institution (proof of entitlement required).

Course Price
KNIME User and Computational Chemistry Tools Training €1500
Student Application for the KNIME User and Computational Chemistry Tools Training      €1000