Open Citrination Platform
The leading materials informatics platform for university and non-profit researchers
Materials scientists at top universities and labs use the Open Citrination Platform to accelerate materials research.
Materials Data Infrastructure for Researchers
Data is a researcher’s most important asset. The Citrination Platform helps scientists store, structure and share materials data, and is a critical tool for faster and more efficient materials research.
MORE MATERIALS DATA INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION
Joanne Hill, Arun Mannodi-Kanakkithodi, Ramamurthy Ramprasad, Bryce Meredig. Materials data infrastructure and materials informatics. Computational Materials System Design, 193-225 (2018).
Domain-Specific Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence is an important enabler of faster materials research and discovery. The Open Citrination Platform provides academics access to the latest materials informatics technology at no cost. Teams can use machine learning enhanced workflows for materials and chemicals, such as sequential learning, to accelerate time-to-discovery for materials research projects.
MORE SEQUENTIAL LEARNING INFORMATION
Julia Ling, Maxwell Hutchinson, Erin Antono, Sean Paradiso, Bryce Meredig. High-Dimensional Materials and Process Optimization Using Data-Driven Experimental Design with Well-Calibrated Uncertainty Estimates. Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation, 6(3), 207–21 (2017).
OPEN ACCESS DATA
Materials scientists do not have an easy way to share data. Publishers often charge additional fees for open access papers or datasets. As a result, academic groups build and maintain costly custom websites, servers, and databases. The Open Citrination Platform puts scientists in control. The platform enables researchers to share open data in a findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable format, at no cost. They also have the option to keep their data completely confidential.
Create an account
The Open Citrination Platform is complimentary for university and select non-profit researchers.
To create an account, you must register with an email address from a university or other approved non-profit organization.