In recent years, high throughput material screenings, represented by the materials genome initiative proposed in 2011, have been ever important in the search of novel functional materials. In Shanghai University, we build up our own ab initio high-throughput platform. This platform, whose official name is Material Information Platform (MIP), is initially designed for the TE application. It will have automated calculations from the structural relaxation all the way to the evaluation of transport properties. For each calculated entry with a sizable band gap, MIP provides the maximum power factors and the corresponding Seebeck coefficient and optimal carrier concentration. Fermi surfaces, as useful tools to analyze the band degeneracy, are also generated automatically. The total entry number is 80,000+ with no duplicates. The first mission of MIP is to reveal the conductive network in chalcogenides with face-centered cubic sublattices, which will also be presented in the talk.