About Citrine Informatics
We are inspired by the power of data to revolutionize materials science
Our mission is to enable a greener, more efficient world by accelerating the development and deployment of next generation materials and chemicals.
Greg Mulholland is a co-founder and CEO of Citrine Informatics. He works with partners along the materials value chain to use state of the art data science techniques to identify areas of improvement and optimization in advanced materials discovery and production. He is an internationally recognized materials technology leader with invitations to speak at global conferences on six continents, chaired a session entitled “Big Data and AI for Materials Efficiency” at the 2018 World Materials Forum, was named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer 2017, a member of the World Economic Forum Future of Production Working Group, was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2015. He holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, an MPhil in Materials Science from Cambridge University, and Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from NC State University where he was a Park Scholar.
Bryce Meredig is Chief Science Officer and is a co-founder of Citrine Informatics. Dr. Meredig earned his PhD in the research group of Professor Chris Wolverton at Northwestern University, where he co-authored eleven peer-reviewed publications. Bryce’s doctoral research focused on developing algorithms and approaches for computational discovery, optimization, and characterization of materials. These ideas form the basis of Citrine’s long-term vision of enabling routine materials informatics for materials researchers everywhere. During his PhD. studies, Dr. Meredig was awarded the Northwestern University Presidential Fellowship and the National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship.
Justine Trubey is Chief Operating Officer for Citrine Informatics. Ms. Trubey is an experienced operational leader with a background spanning the manufacturing, publishing, healthcare, and 3D printing industries. She has built and managed big teams for companies that change the way digital and physical products are made and consumed. She has served as CEO of healthcare non-profit Limbforge; VP of operations at Shapeways, a leading 3D printing company; head of global content operations for Amazon’s Kindle team; and SVP of technology and operations for Random House, one of the world’s largest book publishers. She serves on the board of the Victoria Hand Project, a non-profit that creates 3D printed prosthetics for the poor, and Rachna Satrei, a Cambodian women’s empowerment NGO.
The Citrine Platform has been recognized as the leader in materials informatics by top global industry organizations.
2020 Global Cleantech 100
Best AI Powered Big Data Platform – 2019 Tech Ascension Award
Enterprise Product of the Year, Gold – Best in Biz 2019
2018 Start-up of the Year, Best In Biz Awards
2018 Artificial Intelligence Breakthrough Award
2017 CB Insights Innovation AI 100
2017 World Materials Forum Start-up Challenge Award
2017 World Economic Forum Tech Pioneer Award
Our investors include companies on the forefront of funding artificial intelligence and materials science.
- AME Cloud
- B&C Holdings
- Innovation Endeavors
- Morado Ventures
- Prelude Ventures
- Tencent Holdings
- Evonik Venture Capital
- Ulu Ventures
- XSeed Capital
Universities, national labs, and consortia partner with Citrine Informatics to manage their data and to accelerate materials research and development with machine learning.
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Colorado School of Mines
- UC Berkeley