Opening New Pathways to Discovery and Innovation in Science and Engineering
The availability of increasingly sophisticated experimental and computational tools provides scientists and engineers with new opportunities, but harnessing the vast amounts of data generated from these new approaches presents a challenge. This study will focus on identifying barriers and developing recommendations related to data storage and data sharing, with an emphasis on tactics that can be implemented in the next two years. The ultimate goal of this effort is to help establish a robust materials data infrastructure that accelerates the discovery, development, and deployment of materials.
This study is led by TMS on behalf of the U.S. National Science Foundation, and TMS has convened a study team of ten experts representing academia, industry, and government to develop recommendations.
A final report summarizing the study’s findings will be released in May 2017 at the 4th World Congress on Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME 2017).
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