Citrine’s invited paper in the Materials Genome theme issue of APL Materials has now appeared! Citrine’s work is described in four of the ten articles in this issue. We’re proud to be doing our part to realize the vision of the Materials Genome Initiative!
The Materials Project team has published an open-access review in APL Materials titled, “Research Update: The materials genome initiative: Data sharing and the impact of collaborative ab initio databases.” In this paper, Jain, Persson, and Ceder describe recent work in the materials community around generating, storing, and sharing large materials datasets. They provide a general […]
As part of the newly launched Energy Materials Network (http://www.energy.gov/eere/energy-materials-network/energy-materials-network) by the Department of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Citrine Informatics, Ames Lab, Pacific Northwest and Oak Ridge National Laboratories, University of Maryland and Pennsylvania State University, United Technologies Research Center, GE Global Research, and Astronautics Corporation of America have partnered to develop […]
We’re pleased to announce that Elsevier is rolling out links on ScienceDirect to Citrination in cases where our platform has underlying data from the corresponding Elsevier journal article. These data are freely accessible on Citrination.
Citrination now contains a dataset of neutron scattering and absorption cross sections as well as scattering lengths of the elements and their isotopes. This data is useful when applying thermal neutron scattering to the study of the structure and dynamics of condensed matter. Take a look at the full dataset here.
The results from the Citrine-sponsored Materials Research Society hackathon have been posted! MatHack participants were given 24 hours to form teams and collaborate on an idea for new materials-related software before presenting to a panel of judges. The ideas ranged from Three-dimensional Fermi surfaces to a Web scraper for crystallographic data. Check out this interview with […]
This week we highlight potentiostat and spectrometer data from the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis. This data is for the anodic sweep of the cyclic voltammetry for each photoanode and is supplementary information to their recently published paper Development of solar fuels photoanodes through combinatorial integration of Ni-La-Co-Ce oxide catalysts on BiVO4. The data set […]
This week we highlight the inclusion of data from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Materials Database. This is a computational database that focuses predominantly on materials with applications in renewable energy, such as as photovoltaic materials, materials for photoelectrochemical water splitting and thermoelectrics. This data set contains over 38,000 data points including thermochemical properties and […]
This week we highlight the semiconductor data from the Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute’s electronic archive for new semiconductor materials – characteristics and properties. This dataset includes basic parameters and band structure data as well as electrical, optical, thermal, and mechanical properties for a number of known semiconductors such as Si, GaN, and InP.
This week’s update to Citrination added quite a few new features. We added an autocomplete list to our data point search, seeded with common properties found in our database. In addition, we added user profile pages linked in search results, so you can learn who contributed your favorite datasets. You can now flag a dataset […]