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THE CITRINE PLATFORM

A materials informatics platform combining data infrastructure and AI to accelerate your materials development

Platform Highlight

Sequential learning: AI-driven design of experiment that learns with you and optimizes your experimental pipeline.

Materials Data Infrastructure

Data is the safest investment in materials and chemicals. It empowers your teams. It never goes out of date. It is an investment in knowledge forever. It forms the basis for analytics, visualization, and AI. The Citrine Platform stores and organizes your data in all of its complexity—processing, structure, properties, performance, formulation—making it available to materials and chemicals developers in the way they natively understand it and enabling AI-driven workflows.

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materials informatics, materials machine learning, materials data, materials data ecosystem

Materials-Aware AI

Hierarchical relationships, rare data, and critical domain knowledge mean that traditional, naive AI approaches struggle with materials and chemicals. The AI engines within the Citrine Platform allow data scientists to build reusable, modular units, and connect them to each other to represent known relationships. The system then performs further analysis on its own to learn from your data. By coupling these together, the Citrine Platform AI system takes advantage of known theory, tacit knowledge, and empirical data to create models that are interpretable by the experts who use them. Best of all, modules can be reused again and again, so your data science expertise scales across an entire development organization.

Scientific Tools and Workflows

AI is not magic. It is an accelerant to your teams’ existing practices, making them more efficient and effective. The Citrine Platform supports their workflows in each stage of the materials development process: ingesting new experimental data, analyzing it for new insights, and helping your teams decide what to do next. One such Citrine Platform powered workflow is Sequential learning, which supports your scientists with an AI-driven design of experiment that learns every step of the way, dramatically reducing the number of experiments and the length of time it takes to hit your product targets.

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PUT YOUR DATA INTO ACTION USING AI

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Speed

Accelerate materials development and discovery.

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Teamwork

Empower your organization to capture and share materials knowledge.

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Scale

Move from one-off materials AI projects to organizational transformation.

THE CITRINE PLATFORM IN ACTION

HRL case study - materials informatics, materials machine learning, materials data, materials data ecosystem

Citrine’s technology helped HRL narrow down 10 million recipes for a strong 3-D printable alloy to 100.

READ THE HRL CASE STUDY

BASF case study - materials informatics, materials machine learning, materials data, materials data ecosystem

BASF and Citrine Informatics are collaborating to use artificial intelligence to develop new catalyst technology.

READ THE BASF PRESS RELEASE

OPEN CITRINATION PLATFORM

Open Citrination is the leading materials informatics platform for university and select non-profit researchers.

DATALAB – The materials informatics podcast

Learn about the latest materials informatics trends from global business, academic, and government leaders.

EPISODE 005:
Prof. John Mauro – Developing a Data-Driven Materials Workforce

This episode highlights opportunities, challenges, and solutions around building a successful cross-functional, data-driven Research and Development team.

EPISODE 006:
Dr. Peter Murray-Rust and Promoting Open Science

This episode focuses on Dr. Murray-Rust’s work in advocacy, community building, and software development to create a more open scientific community in chemistry and materials.

EPISODE 007:
PROF. KRISTIN PERSSON OF THE MATERIALS PROJECT

This episode focuses on Prof. Kristin Persson’s work directing the Materials Project, where she had her group have built an open-source materials informatics platform that reaches over 75,000 users worldwide.