Citrine AI-Driven Alloy Design Webinar Registration
11am PDT, November 2, 2017
Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the development of materials and chemicals is a current trend for accelerating materials discovery and commercialization. In this webinar, we will address several challenges arising in the design of next-generation high performance alloys.
While the promise of data science and related approached has long been discussed in many areas of materials development, many challenges exist in realizing an accelerated time to market. Citrine’s approach to delivering these results is the first of its kind in the industry, addressing result conversion and normalization, data storage and management, and the application of AI approaches to the materials development process.
Advanced analytics and other next-generation materials development methods require data that is in a machine-readable, structured format and algorithms that understand the laws of physics and chemistry in addition to the data in the system. An artificial intelligence platform tailored for the materials and chemicals domain is of paramount importance to see the desired results and drive materials innovation. This webinar will examine how the Citrination platform delivers on this balance of data science excellence and deep materials awareness.
- Why using AI for the development of new alloys is gaining rapid adoption
- Why it’s critical to use AI customized for materials and chemicals when designing new alloys
- Real-world Fortune 1000 cost and time savings case studies
Kyle Michel, CTO Citrine Informatics
Kyle Michel is the CTO and a cofounder of Citrine Informatics, Inc. where he leads technical development including schema design and data infrastructure engineering. He is an author of nearly twenty peer-reviewed articles in materials science and materials data storage. Prior to working at Citrine, he received a PhD in materials science and engineering from the University of California, Los Angeles and spent several years as a postdoctoral researcher at Northwestern University.
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