Citrine is committed to the advancement of materials informatics. From open-sources projects to our collaboration in academic research, we aim to use artificial intelligence to promote development and discovery that makes our world a better place.
- Machine learning-guided materials and process design, with a feedback loop that involves experiments and/or simulations
- Modeling materials phenomena across length and timescales, from atomistic to macroscopic
- Machine learning-augmented materials characterization
- Method Development
- Materials informatics algorithm and method development
- Integrating machine learning and physics-based simulations
- Automation of simulations and laboratory experiments
- Materials data infrastructure deployment and utilization
- Open-source software development
- Materials property database development and publication
What kinds of projects does Citrine’s External Research Department (ERD) work on?
Projects span varied material classes and involve collaborators across industry, government, and academia. In each case Citrine is providing expertise in data management, machine learning and analysis to enable an accelerated assessment of a broader field of material candidates.
The ideal ERD research project is non-proprietary and publishable, and addresses one or more of these themes:
How does ERD collaborate with researchers at other institutions?
We first work to establish an external funding source (e.g., government research funding agencies or foundations) who will sponsor the project. ERD is unable to work on unfunded research projects.
Citrine provides collaborative groups with unique combined expertise in materials-specific machine learning, physics-based simulations, state-of-the-art software infrastructure, and scientific software development.
I’d like to discuss a possible funded research opportunity.
We would love to hear from you.
Does Citrine offer internships?
Citrine offers internships at different times throughout the year. Please check our current postings for more information.