Integration of thermodynamic data into the metabolic pathways represented by the Boehringer wall chart

Robert Giessmann / Bayer AG, Berlin, Germany

March 4, 2021, 3 - 4 pm CET

Online live talk

Robert Giessmann

Robert T. Giessmann (ORCID: 0000-0002-0254-1500) received his Ph.D. in Bioprocess Engineering for work on the kinetics and thermodynamics of nucleoside phosphorylase-catalyzed reactions. He studied Chemistry in Germany. In 2019, he started a job as Computational Life Scientist with a focus on FAIR Research Data Stewardship at Bayer, and works part-time since.

Robert is a strong proponent of Open Science, and wants to empower good Research Data Management. He believes that Linked Data has the potential to enable this at scale technologically, but that it will need years of alignment within and between the communities to agree on the corresponding standards. Not being dependant on optimizing his traditional academic metrics anymore, he can share all of his research ideas freely and is happy for anyone to take them up and collaborate on them.