Daylight European User Group Meeting
contacts: US: Peter Nielsen
UK: John Bradshaw
The 2005 Daylight European User Group Meeting will be held October 5-7 in Cambridge, England.
Our two-day format includes both presentations from Daylight staff and Daylight users. Users will present talks on the work they are doing utilizing Daylight software. These presentations offer the opportunity to share and learn on a peer-to-peer level with other Daylight users. Daylight staff will present on new developments and directions for Daylight. All individuals interested in Daylight, regardless of their level of experience or familiarity with our software, are invited to attend.
In addition, Daylight staff will be offering an informal training session on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 4, 2005. The training will be held at the Cambridge Garden Moat House.
Euro-MUG will take place at the Cambridge Garden House - Moat House. The hotel has a limited number of rooms available for meeting attendees at the rate of £135. Reservations must be made directly with the hotel prior to September 4. A few lower priced rooms may also be available by reserving through the Moat House Hotel's online reservation system. (http://www.moathousehotels.com) (NOTE: There is another Moat House Hotel six miles outside of Cambridge called the Cambridgeshire Moat House. Make sure to select the Garden House, not the Cambridgeshire.)
Cambridge Garden House - Moat House
Alternative accommodation is available in Cambridge but early booking is recommended.
Registration fee is £135/$240 for the entire meeting; however, this fee will be waived for our supported customers, business partners, and academic users. If you meet any of these qualifications, please request that your fee be waived when registering. Registration includes breakfast and lunch each day and dinner Thursday evening. Payment should be made to our California office as indicated on the registration form. Credit card payments will be accepted.
Thursday's dinner will be held at the Old Hall, Queens College.
|Wednesday, October 5th, Afternoon, Garden House Hotel|
|12:00||Lunch - Sandwiches will be served|
|1:00||Training Session , Juniper Hunter, Daylight CIS|
|Thursday, October 6th, Morning, Garden House Hotel|
|9:00||Welcome and Announcements|
|9:15||Daylight 4.91 Overview, Terry Brunck, Daylight CIS|
|9:35||Contrib Reorganization, Juniper Hunter, Daylight CIS|
|9:45||Daylight 4.92 and Beyond, Jack Delany, Daylight CIS|
|10:05||Knowledge Discovery/Management, Terry Brunck, Daylight CIS|
|11:00||Similarity Searching Using Multiple Starting Points, Peter Willett, University of Sheffield|
|11:45||SCARS: Supervised Collection Analysis Using Rank Sums, Martyn Ford, University of Portsmouth|
|Thursday, October 6th, Afternoon, Garden House Hotel|
|2:15||Consensus Fingerprint Searches in Hit and Lead Identification, James Arnold, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals|
|3:30||Choosing the Right Similarity Measure, John Holliday, University of Sheffield|
|4:00||Daylight's New Similarity Tools Available for Early Adoption, John Bradshaw, Daylight CIS|
|4:30||Fusion Similarity Searching in Daycart, Jack Delany, Daylight CIS|
|Thursday, October 6th, Evening, Old Hall, Queens College.|
|6:00||Reception - Music by The Galadriel Ensemble|
|Friday,October 7th, Morning, Garden House Hotel|
|9:15||Python and the Daylight Toolkits, Andew Dalke, Dalke Scientific LLC|
|11:00||Automated System for Virtual Library Profiling and Exploitation, Paul Hongxing Xie, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals|
|11:45||Implementation of CARD and Daycart in a User Environment, Lutz Weber, Nexus Pharma|
|Friday, October 7th, Afternoon, Garden House Hotel|
|1:45||Web Based Clients for DayCart, Scott Dixon, Metaphorics|
|2:15||Integrative Analytics with DayCart, Anthony Rowe, InforSense Ltd.|
|3:15||DayBook: An Electronic Lab Notebook for DayCart, Yvonne Shimshock, DeltaSoft, Inc.|
|3:45||Future Q&A session, Daylight Staff|
|4:15||Close of meeting|
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