13.01.2015 Project proposal is submitted
13.05.2015 MC ITN Call results are published
15.10.2015 Helmholtz Zentrum Muenchen press release
01.01.2016 Project is started
12.01.2016 Web site is established
18.01.2016 Kick-off meeting was organised in HMGU. Presentations of individual groups are available.
10.02.2016 Positions are published and are open for applications at recruiter.bigchem.eu (not available anymore).
01.03.2016 Mrs. Barbara Gasset has started as the Project Manager
20.03.2016 Deadline for application submission (728 job applications were received)
04.04.2016 Recruitment meeting in HMGU (21 applicants were interviewed)
12.04.2016 Candidates are notified about results of their applications (nine fellows were selected)
12.04.2016 ESR7 is republished and open for applications at recruiter.bigchem.eu (not available anymore).
06.05.2016 General Assembly and Supervisory Board meetings (per Skype). Associated partners presentations are available.
30.06.2016 Deadline for application submission for ESR7 (65 job applications were received)
17-21.10.2016 BIGCHEM first Autumn School: Introduction to Chemoinformatics at HMGU
20.10.2016 General Assembly and Supervisory Board meetings
22.10.2016 BIGCHEM participates in TUM Open Day with a stand where two ESR presented the project
8-9.12.2016 Poster presentation by ESR Michael Withnall (HMGU) at Drug Innovation in Academia
21.2.2017 Talk by Igor Tetko "Big Data in Chemistry" at Biotechnology Congress, Moscow
19-21.4.2017 BIGCHEM first Spring School: Chemical Data Resources at PRBB, Barcelona
19.4.2017 General Assembly
20.4.2017 Supervisory Board meeting
26.4.2017 Talk by Igor Tetko "Big Data in Chemistry" at "Skoltech & MIT Conference: "Shaping the Future: Big Data, Biomedicine and Frontier Technologies"
23.5.2017 Paper "On the Integration of In Silico Drug Design Methods for Drug Repurposing" published
1.6.2017 Talk by Igor Tetko "BigData in Chemistry" at University of Bern
5-7.7.2017 Posters "Big Data in Chemistry" by Igor Tetko, "Modelling False Positives in Luciferase HTS Assay" by Dipan Ghosh, Uwe Koch, Kamyar Hadiyan and Igor Tetko as well as "Matched Molecular Pair Analysis on Large Melting Point Datasets: a Big Data Perspective" by Michael Withnall, Hongming Chen and Igor Tetko at RICT 2017
21-25.8.2017 Lectures by ESR Michael Withnall (HMGU) "Matched Molecular Pair Analysis on Large Melting Point Datasets: a Big Data Perspective" and by Igor Tetko "BigData in Chemistry" at Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry
23.8.2017 Paper "Matched Molecular Pair Analysis on Large Melting Point Datasets: A Big Data Perspective" published
4.9.2017 Paper "Molecular de-novo design through deep reinforcement learning" published