Articles by John Trigg
John is Founder and Director of phaseFour Informatics, and has over 25 years’ experience working in the field of R&D data, information and knowledge management, including the introduction, development, integration and management of data acquisition systems, Laboratory Information Management Systems and Electronic Lab Notebooks.He has 10 years experience of the world’s first enterprise level implementation of an Electronic Lab Notebook in the Eastman Kodak Company.
Roles have included:
- Chromatography Data Systems Manager
- Technical Leader of Kodak’s European LIMS Programme
- Core Team Member of Kodak’s Global Electronic Lab Notebook Programme
- IT Manager for the Kodak European Research Laboratories
John is author of a number of publications on Electronic Laboratory Notebooks and Knowledge Management in the Laboratory and has presented papers and run workshops at conferences in the UK, Ireland, mainland Europe, USA and Australia. John is also the founder of The Integrated Lab website. He has been a member of the International LIMS Conference Organising Committee and was the recipient of the 2000 International LIMS Award. Currently, John is the Chairman of the Automation and Analytical Management Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
What Does The Future Hold For Electronic Lab Notebooks In 2012? Download the free 2012 ELN Global Forecast eBook now to find out! One of the consequences of the increasing convergence of science and technology is the nature of the relationship between R&D and IT. As scientists increasingly depend on information technology as an integral component of laboratory work, they...Full Article »
Management buy-in and user acceptance are two factors regularly identified as critical to the successful outcome of a project. It’s been encouraging to observe, over recent years, that most case studies presented on the deployment of Electronic Laboratory Notebooks (ELNs ) that these are two factors that are given more and more consideration in project planning. It goes without...Full Article »
What Does The Future Hold For Electronic Lab Notebooks In 2012? Download the free 2012 ELN Global Forecast eBook now to find out! When it comes to purchasing and implementing laboratory systems’ software, return on investment is inevitably one of the key drivers. The up-front requirements to justify the expenditure are usually aligned to process improvement and productivity...Full Article »
What Does The Future Hold For Electronic Lab Notebooks In 2012? Download the free 2012 ELN Global Forecast eBook now to find out! Burkhard Schaefer, head architect at AnIML, BSSN Software joins John Trigg, director and founder of phaseFour-informatics to discuss the AnIML project and advances in laboratory data and information management. J Trigg: We are seeing great traction in...Full Article »