2019 MRS Fall Meeting & Exhibit

Symposium BI01: Materials Data Science—Transformations in Interdisciplinary Education

2019-12-02   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Roger French, Case Western Reserve University
Elizabeth Dickey, North Carolina State University
Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A&M University
Hiroyuki Fukuyama, Tohoku University
BI01.01: Data Science in Materials Education and Methods Development
Session Chairs
Raymundo Arroyave
Elizabeth Dickey
Monday PM, December 02, 2019
Hynes, Level 2, Room 203

1:30 PM - *BI01.01.01
Data Science—The New Critical Capability for Every Materials Scientist

Kristen Brosnan1

GE Global Research1

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2:00 PM - *BI01.01.02
Transforming the Science of Materials through the Science of Information—A Pedagogical Perspective

Krishna Rajan1

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York1

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2:30 PM - *BI01.01.03
Machine Learning and Data Science in the MSE Undergraduate Program

Elizabeth Holm1

Carnegie Mellon University1

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3:00 PM -
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3:30 PM - *BI01.01.04
Open-Source Tools for Materials Informatics—Atomate, Matminer and Matscholar

Anubhav Jain1

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory1

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4:00 PM - BI01.01.05
Materials Software Workshop and Outreach at DOE Materials Genome Innovation for Computational Software (MAGICS) Center

Ken-ichi Nomura1,Aiichiro Nakano1,Priya Vashishta1,Rajiv Kalia1

University of Southern California1

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4:15 PM - *BI01.01.06
Incorporating the Principles of Compressed Sensing/Inpainting and Machine Learning into the Implementation of Advanced TEM Methods

Nigel Browning1,2,3,B. Layla Mehdi1,2,Houari Amari1,Heath Bagshaw1,Matthew Bilton1,Andrew Stevens3,Christopher Buurma3

University of Liverpool1,Pacific Northwest National Laboratory2,Sivananthan Laboratories3

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4:45 PM - BI01.01.07
Semantic Exploration of Nanowires Technological Trend and Scientific Advancement

Vasilii Kaliteevskii1

Lappeenranta University of Technology1

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BI01.02: Poster Session: Data-Driven Pedagogy and Research
Session Chairs
Raymundo Arroyave
Elizabeth Dickey
Roger French
Hiroyuki Fukuyama
Monday PM, December 02, 2019
Hynes, Level 1, Hall B

8:00 PM - BI01.02.01
Development of Data Scientists for Interdisciplinary Environments Such as Materials Science

Samy Baladram1,Kazunori Yamada1,Takuro Nakayama1,Yinxing Li1,Roger French2,Mitsuyuki Nakao1

Tohoku University1,Case Western Reserve University2

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.02
Pathway toward Sustainable Development of Next Generation Photovoltaics Focused on Materials—A Detailed Study on Research Trends through Bibliometrics

Jun-Seok Yeo1

Korea Institute of Science and Technology1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.03
Designing Laboratory Activities for Undergraduate Synthetic Materials Chemistry Course

Brandon Burnett1

Weber State University1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.04
Developing Selective Absorbers for Solar Water Heating as a Holistic Materials Undergraduate Research Experience

Kristin Rabosky1,Corey Collatz1,Colin Inglefield1

Weber State University1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.05
Regressional Generative Adverserial Network for Inverse Material Design

Jian Lin1

University of Missouri-Columbia1

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8:00 PM - BI01.02.06
From Stored Data to Data Stories—Jupyter and R Notebooks for Reproducible Materials Informatics

Paul Kowalczyk1

Solvay1

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2019-12-03   Show All Abstracts

Symposium Organizers

Roger French, Case Western Reserve University
Elizabeth Dickey, North Carolina State University
Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A&M University
Hiroyuki Fukuyama, Tohoku University
BI01.03: Data Driven Innovation in Graduate and Undergraduate Education
Session Chairs
Dane Morgan
Krishna Rajan
Tuesday AM, December 03, 2019
Hynes, Level 2, Room 203

8:30 AM - *BI01.03.01
National Science Foundation Initiatives to Catalyze Advances in Graduate Education

Laura Regassa1

National Science Foundation1

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9:00 AM - BI01.03.02
Data-Enabled Discovery and Design of Energy Materials (D3em)—Structure of an Interdisciplinary Materials Design Graduate Program

Raymundo Arroyave1,Debra Fowler1,Patrick Shamberger1,Douglas Allaire1,Joseph Ross1

Texas A&M University1

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9:15 AM - *BI01.03.03
Opportunities for Merging Materials and Data Science in Graduate and Undergraduate Education

Yaroslava Yingling1,Elizabeth Dickey1,Ashleigh Wright1

North Carolina State University1

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9:45 AM - BI01.03.04
Challenges and Opportunities in the Development of Data Science Skills in Undergraduate Materials Education—A Perspective from Mexico

Yareli Rojas-Aguirre1,Yara Almanza-Arjona1,Jesús Alejandro-Cruz1,Lorena Meza-Puente1,Marlene Covarrubias-Sánchez1

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México1

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10:30 AM - *BI01.03.05
Data-Driven Materials Design—Educational Needs to Harness Legacy Data for New Materials Development

Jennifer Carter1

Case Western Reserve University1

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11:00 AM - BI01.03.06
Student Inquiry of Precipitate Morphologies Using an Online GUI for PRISMS-PF

Susan Gentry1,Stephen DeWitt2,Mingwei Zhang1

University of California, Davis1,University of Michigan2

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11:15 AM - *BI01.03.07
Microstructural Analysis in Python for Materials Data Science

Daniela Ushizima1,2,Silvia Miramontes-Lizarraga1,2,Michael Macneil1,Dilworth Parkinson1

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory1,University of California, Berkeley2

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11:45 AM - BI01.03.08
Nucleation and Growth of AlN—A Case Study of the Challenges in Blending Materials Science and Data Science in an International Collaboration

Masayoshi Adachi1,Benjamin Pierce2,Ahmad Karimi2,Laura Wilson2,Roger French2,Jennifer Carter2,Hiroyuki Fukuyama1

Tohoku University1,Case Western Reserve University2

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BI01.04: Novel Experiential Learning and Best Practices in Data-Driven Materials Education
Session Chairs
Roger French
Yaroslava Yingling
Tuesday PM, December 03, 2019
Hynes, Level 2, Room 203

1:30 PM - *BI01.04.01
The Informatics Skunkworks—Undergraduate Research at the Interface of Data Science and Science and Engineering

Dane Morgan1

University of Wisconsin-Madison1

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2:00 PM - BI01.04.02
Hackathons Foster Collaboration between Materials and Data Scientists

Brian Reich1,Ashleigh Wright1,Ralph Smith1,Elizabeth Dickey1

North Carolina State University1

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2:15 PM - *BI01.04.03
Teaching Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Materials through Experiential Learning

Joshua Tappan1

Citrine Informatics1

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2:45 PM - BI01.04.04
SonicAtomic—New Interactive Sonification Interface for Students with Visual Impairment Assisting Multi-Dimensional Scientific Data Analysis

Thomas Watts1,Ahlam Lee2,Roberto Myers3,Jinwoo Hwang3

Cornell University1,Xavier University2,The Ohio State University3

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3:00 PM -
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3:00 PM - *BI01.04.05
An Overview of Educational Efforts in Materials Data Science at Northwestern

Christopher Wolverton1

Northwestern University1

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3:30 PM - BI01.04.06
Learnings from Developing a Materials Data Science Curricula for Undergraduates and Graduate Students

Roger French1

Case Western Reserve University1

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3:45 PM - BI01.04.07
Experiences of MIT MechE Faculty Integrating Machine Learning into Teaching

Tonio Buonassisi1,George Barbastathis1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology1

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4:00 PM - BI01.04.08
Intellectual Community as a Bridge of Interdisciplinary Graduate Education in Materials Data Science

Debra Fowler1,Chi-Ning Chang1,Clint Patterson1,Raymundo Arroyave1

Texas A&M University1

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4:15 PM - BI01.04.09
Changes in the Number of Doctoral Degree Holders in Computational Materials Science in Japan During the Last 50 years—Text Data Mining Analysis on the Difference between Research Universities and Education-Oriented Universities

Yayoi Terada1,Tetsuo Mohri1

Tohoku Univ1

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