Talks 2022
Past Talks
Time: 9:15 AM Arizona, Sept. 09, 2022
Title: Accelerating Data-driven Discovery of Materials for Hydrogen Storage and Generation
Speaker: Dr. Matthew Witman, Sandia National Laboratories

Time: 12:00 PM Arizona, Apr. 22, 2022
Title: Machine ‚ÄčLearning for Modeling Complex Materials
Speaker: Dr. Serveh Kamravah, University of Wyoming

Time: 9:15 AM Arizona, Apr. 15, 2022
Title: Resource-Efficient Material Design Campaigns with Artificial Intelligence
Speaker: Dr. Logan Ward, Argonne National Laboratory
Slides: PDF

Time: 9:15 AM Arizona, Mar. 11, 2022
Title: Artificial Intelligence for materials design: Advances and remaining challenges
Speaker: Dr. Adama Tandia, Science and Technology Division, Corning

Time: Oct. 22, 2021
Title: Efficient, Interpretable Atomistic Graph Representation for Angle-Dependent Spectroscopic Prediction
Speaker: Dr. Tim Hsu, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Time: Oct. 22, 2021
Title: Employing Graph Neural Networks to Understand Complex Atomistic Environments
Speaker: Dr. James Chapman, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Time: Oct. 22, 2021
Title: A Whirlwind Tour of Multiphase Flow Modeling & Simulation Tools
Speaker: Dr. Aytekin Gel, ALPEMI Consulting

Time: Oct. 21, 2021
Title: Towards Experimental Autonomy in Materials Research
Speaker: Dr. Matt Maschmann, University of Missouri

Time: Oct. 21, 2021
Title: Frontiers of Metal Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Binder Jetting
Speaker: Dr. Adam Hopkins, Uniformity Labs

Time: 10:00 AM MST, Oct. 30, 2020
Title: Quantitative Structure-Property Relationship Modeling Using a Meshfree Approach
Speaker: Dr. Hailong Chen, University of Kentucky

Time: 10:00 AM MST, Nov. 6, 2020
Title: Towards Automated and Efficient Machine Learning as a Service (MLaaS)
Speaker: Dr. Yan Feng, University of Nevada, Reno

Time: 10:00 AM MST, Nov. 13, 2020
Title: Integrating Smart Materials and Solid Mechanics for Soft Robotics
Speaker: Dr. Wanliang Shan, Syracuse University

Time: 10:00 AM MST, Nov. 20, 2020
Title: Spatiotemporal Heterogeneities in Battery Electrodes
Speaker: Dr. Peng Bai, Washington University in St. Louis