DataLab helps you navigate the world of materials informatics (MI). We interview leaders in business, academia, and government who are pushing the MI frontier. We cover technology issues such as data and software infrastructure, as well as human issues, such as the kind of team you need to organize and get insights from data using AI and machine learning. Join us!

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Episode 010: Dr. Cynthia Arnold – The business case for materials informatics

Dr. Cynthia Arnold shares her experience driving technology innovation at some of the world’s largest materials companies. Dr. Arnold outlines the business case for using data-driven materials and chemicals development, which she compares to the technology/culture shift of the Six Sigma movement.

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Episode 009: Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto – Building an AI Technology Hub for the Benefit of All

Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto provides an overview of the history of city’s connection to advanced analytics and technology, and talks about why Pittsburgh has become a hub for artificial intelligence innovation for the benefit of all its citizens.

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Episode 008: Joerg Hellwig – Digital Transformation in the Materials and Chemicals Industry

In this episode, Joerg Hellwig, Chief Digital Officer of LANXESS AG, provides an industry perspective on how the acceleration of new product development plays a crucial role in a company’s success, and how data is a critical enabler of this acceleration.

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Episode 007: Prof. Kristin Persson of the Materials Project – Building a Global Materials Informatics Platform

This episode focuses on Prof. Kristin Persson’s work directing the Materials Project, where she had her group have built an open-source materials informatics platform that reaches over 75,000 users worldwide.

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