February 26th, 2021, 13:00-18:30 (JPT)
With the advent of the big data era, Materials Informatics (MI) is rapidly flourishing, which will completely change the way and speed of materials science. Here, we, hold an international online symposium on MI in asscociation with the 30th anniversary of of the founding of JAIST, where 10 selected speakers will deliver their frontline research on MI and relevant technologies. We encourage active participation of all scientists and students, who are interested in some aspects of MI.
Private, free of charge. Please mail to email@example.com when you wish to join the symposium. Note there is a limitation in the number of attendees due to net traffics.
|13:00||Toshiaki Taniike||Opening remarks||Prof. Minoru Terano (President, JAIST, Japan)|
|13:10||Materials informatics based on high-throughput experimentation||Prof. Toshiaki Taniike (JAIST, Japan)|
|13:30||The crucial role of virtual catalysts in microkinetic model based material design||Prof. Joris Thybaut (U-Ghent, Belgium)|
|14:00||Machine learning discovered trend of catalysts for oxidative coupling of methane -prediction and validation-||Prof. Shun Nishimura (JAIST, Japan)|
|14:20||Multivariate structure-performance relationship of Ziegler-Natta olefin polymerization catalysts||Dr. Patchanee Chammingkwan (JAIST, Japan)|
|14:55||Kenta Hongo||KIST R&D Informatics System as a R&D Platform for Enhancing Data-driven Research||Dr. Kwang-Ryeol Lee (Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Korea)|
|15:25||High-dimensional neural network potentials for simulations of complex materials||Prof. Jörg Behler (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany)|
|15:55||First-principle and microkinetic-based approach for on-line optimization of catalytic processes||Dr. Supareak Praserthdam (Chulalongkorn-U, Thailand)|
|16:25||Ab initio materials informatics approach to materials design and characterization||Prof. Kenta Hongo (JAIST, Japan)|
|17:00||Hieu-Chi Dam||Polymer informatics: current status & critical next steps||Dr. Huan Tran (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)|
|17:30||The rise of materials informaics: Design functional materials and catalysts||Prof. Keisuke Takahashi (Hokkaido-U, Japan)|
|18:00||Learning from materials science data: Similarity and Uncertainty||Prof. Hieu-Chi Dam (JAIST, Japan)|
|18:20||Closing remarks||Prof. Hieu-Chi Dam (JAIST, Japan)|