Employing Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Development and Implementation of Materials and Manufacturing Innovations

Employing Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Development and Implementation of Materials and Manufacturing Innovations

TMS launched the “Employing Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Development and Implementation of Materials and Manufacturing Innovations,” science and technology accelerator study in 2021 with funding from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the Office of Naval Research (ONR). With interest in artificial intelligence (AI) growing rapidly, the project supports innovative materials and manufacturing breakthroughs enabled by AI that will accelerate development and reduce costs of new materials, processes, and products.

Key Takeaways

Employing Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Development and Implementation of Materials and Manufacturing Innovations
  • The application domains of most promise are scoped and prioritized.
  • For the identified high priority areas, concrete recommendations on key milestones and implementation pathways are provided.
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  • Suggested Citation: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), Employing Artificial Intelligence to Accelerate Development and Implementation of Materials and Manufacturing Innovations (Pittsburgh, PA: TMS 2022). Electronic copies available at www.tms.org/AIStudy.

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Meet the Lead Expert Study Team
Elizabeth A. Holm, Study Chair
Carnegie Mellon University

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Surya Kalidindi
Georgia Institute of Technology

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Adam Kopper
Mercury Marine

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Kenneth A. Loparo
Case Western Reserve University

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Benji Maruyama
U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Directorate

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Elsa Olivetti
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Kristin Persson
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; University of California, Berkeley

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Taylor Sparks
University of Utah

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Aarti Singh
Carnegie Mellon University

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Francesca Tavazza
National Institute of Standards and Technology

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Christopher Wolverton
Northwestern University

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