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The following are presentations from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) Leveraging Existing Bioenergy Data Workshop held July 21–23, 2020.

Day 1 Presentations

Welcome and Introduction, Liz Burrows, Technology Manager, DOE BETO

Introduction to Workshop Software, Lauren Illing, Lead Analyst, BCS LLC 

U.S. Department of Energy Legal Perspective, Julia Moody, Deputy Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property at DOE and Kim Graber, Legal Counsel at DOE

Perspectives on the Life Cycle of Critical Data Assets in Technology Development and Commercialization, John Ellersick, President of Next Rung Technology

The National Microbiome Data Collaborative (NMDC): Building a FAIR Data Resource, Kjiersten Fagnan, Chief Informatics Officer and Data Science and Informatics Leader at the DOE Joint Genome Institute

Stranded Assets: Considerations of Trade Secret Law, Charles Tait Graves, Partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati

Leveraging the Value of Data Assets in the Bioeconomy Through Better Data Circulation and Monetization, Didier Navez, Vice President of Strategy & Alliances at Dawex

Infonomics: The New Economics of Information, Douglas Laney, Principal Data Strategist at Caserta

Energy Data Management, Access, and Analysis, Debbie Brodt-Giles, Group Manager-Data, Analytics, Tools, and Applications at National Renewable Energy Laboratory 

Open Forum Presentations (3x5)

  • Intellectual Property: Types, Eligibility, and Protection, Charles Naggar, Alston & Bird LLP
  • Stranded Data from KiOR, Bruce Adkins, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Scale-Up Data: A Hidden Asset, Joe Sagues, North Carolina State University
  • Knowledge Representation to Capture Lessons Learned in Bioprocessing, Deepti Tanjore, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Data Qualification Framework, Rachel Emerson, Idaho National Laboratory
  • Multiomics Data for Fungi and Algae, Igor Grigoriev, DOE Joint Genome Institute
  • Computational Catalyst Property Database and Catalyst Deactivation, Carrie Farberow, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Time and the Value of Data, Bruce Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Generating and Transferring Technology to Fill Knowledge Gaps, Vijaya Gopal Kakani, Oklahoma State University