Time: 4:00 p.m.
Place: IC 02-718
Chandler Becker, US National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, USA
The NIST Materials Resource Registry (NMRR) is being developed to facilitate the announcement, discovery, and use of materials-related resources such as repositories, data collections, organizations, projects, services, and software. An international federated network of registry instances, maintained by multiple organizations, will allow participants to make their resource metadata available through the system while still maintaining control over data access. Here we will focus on the content and collaborations related to atomic-scale materials science and discuss how the NMRR fits into the larger data landscape.