In this podcast, Dr. Bryce Meredig, Chief Science Officer and co-founder of Citrine Informatics, introduces our audience to materials informatics. Materials informatics is the use of computational and data-driven methods to inform materials design, research, and development. This podcast will feature interviews with leaders in government, industry, and academia who are at the cutting edge of the materials informatics revolution.
Dr. Meredig and guests will discuss the most important issues scientists may face as they use materials data to accelerate materials and chemicals development, such as materials data infrastructure and the kind of team necessary for MI success.
Dr. Bryce Meredig, Chief Science Officer and co-founder of Citrine Informatics, researches the application of machine learning to materials science. He earned his PhD in Materials Science from Northwestern University, where he focused on materials informatics, and his BAS and MBA at Stanford University, where he is also on the faculty of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He is the author of more than 20 peer-reviewed publications, including some of the earliest on applying machine learning to materials development. He was an Arjay Miller Scholar and Terman Fellow at Stanford, and a Presidential Fellow and NDSEG Fellow at Northwestern.
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