News

Jan 20th, 2017
Organisation of CASMI 2017 is underway, stay tuned!

Dec 4th, 2016
The MS1 peak lists for Category 2+3 have been added for completeness.

May 6th, 2016
The winners and full results are available.

April 25th, 2016
The solutions are public now.

April 18th, 2016
The contest is closed now, the results are fantastic and will be opened soon!

April 9th, 2016
All teams who submit before the deadline April 11th will be allowed to update the submission until Friday 15th.

February 12th, 2016
New categories 2 and 3 and data for automatic methods released. 10 new challenges in category 1.

January 25th, 2016
E. Schymanski and S. Neumann joined the organising team, additional contest data coming soon.

January 11th, 2016
New CASMI 2016 raw data files are available.


And the winner is ...
Congratulations to all participants in this contest - this year we welcomed more participants than any CASMI contest before!

Please use the tabs above to navigate to the individual categories for the results of the automatic evaluation and the submission abstracts, as well as long tables with the full details at the (+) links.

Category 1: Best Structural Identification on Natural Products

Dejan Nikolic from the College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago won this category with 15 wins, using a manual approach, closely followed by Team Vaniya (UC Davis and Riken CSRS) with 14 wins. Third place goes to Tobias Kind from UC Davis with 12 wins.

Category 2: Best Automatic Structural Identification - In Silico Fragmentation Only

Category 2 was won by Team Brouard (Aalto University/FSU Jena) using “IOKR” with 86 gold (wins), closely followed by Team Dührkop (also FSU Jena/Aalto University) with 82 gold medals using CSI:FingerID. Team Vaniya was third with 70 gold. The Category 2 results were very sensitive to the method of declaring the winner - the summary statistics show how close this category was in different aspects!

Category 3: Best Automatic Structural Identification - Full Information

Team Kind (UC Davis and Riken CSRS) won Category 3 with 159 gold, using MS-Finder and various metadata. Felicity Allen and team (University of Alberta) came a very close second with 156 gold using CFM-ID and a database score. This is an amazingly close result considering the freedom given in this category!

Don’t miss the extra pages for categories 1, 2 and 3 to look at additional results and internal contributions!

The organising team would like to thank all participants for their contributions to the challenges this year and the many discussions on how to annotate and identify small molecules.