Presenter's Profile: Dr. Michael Klinge is a chemist by training but has spent his entire professional career in the publishing business.
After obtaining his Ph.D. from the University of Göttingen (Germany), postdoctoral studies at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada) and the University of Frankfurt (Germany) he started his publishing career at Wiley, where he held several management positions in chemistry publishing. In 2011, Michael Klinge joined Springer and has since been responsible for database products such as Springer Materials and Nano.
Workshop Details: How to Easily Find Reliable Nanotechnology and Materials Science Information: The exponential growth in nanotechnology has led to vast amounts of information and data being scattered across journals, books and patents making the discoverability of this information difficult.
The workshop will illustrate how Nano and Springer Materials can help researchers and students to advance their literature search in nanotechnology/materials science via use of case scenarios.
Nano (URL: https://nano.nature.com) and Springer Materials (URL: https://materials.springer.com) are complementary solutions for Nanotechnology and Materials Science published by Springer Nature. Nano combines machine-learning technologies for indexing of nanotechnology literature with the largest collection of nanomaterials data from multiple publishers including AAAS, ACS, Elsevier, RSC, Springer