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Materials science with large-scale data and informatics: Unlocking new opportunities

  • Joanne Hill (a1), Gregory Mulholland (a2), Kristin Persson (a3), Ram Seshadri (a4), Chris Wolverton (a5) and Bryce Meredig (a6)...
Abstract

Universal access to abundant scientific data, and the software to analyze the data at scale, could fundamentally transform the field of materials science. Today, the materials community faces serious challenges to bringing about this data-accelerated research paradigm, including diversity of research areas within materials, lack of data standards, and missing incentives for sharing, among others. Nonetheless, the landscape is rapidly changing in ways that should benefit the entire materials research enterprise. We provide an overview of the current state of the materials data and informatics landscape, highlighting a few selected efforts that make more data freely available and useful to materials researchers.

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