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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium AI/Data Informatics: Computational Model Development, Verification, Validation, and Uncertainty Quantification
Organizer(s) Saurabh Puri, Microstructure Engineering
Francesca M. Tavazza, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Kamal Choudhary, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Saaketh Desai, Sandia National Laboratories
Shreyas J. Honrao, Nasa Ames Research Center
Darren C. Pagan, Pennsylvania State University
Ashley D. Spear, University of Utah
Anh Tran, Sandia National Laboratories
Yan Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
Houlong Zhuang, Arizona State University
Dennis M. Dimiduk, BlueQuartz Software LLC
Dehao Liu, Binghamton University
Scope A critical component of the development and deployment of new technologies is the discovery, characterization, optimization, and transition of materials. Computational investigations at various spatio-temporal scales have proven to be effective tools for all components of this material design process. Recently, both high-throughput computational and experimental approaches have facilitated characterization of selected incredibly large spaces of possible materials and contributed to the formation of large materials databases. Furthermore, text mining methods applied to vast sets of scientific literature are emerging for machine-learned synthesis methods. Finally, advanced scientific machine learning (SciML) approaches increasingly reveal their values for developing surrogate material models, and for improving predictive capabilities for material processing and performance. Thus, integrating computed data with experiments supports viewing artificial intelligence (AI) and data informatics as a means to accelerate the search for new materials and advance engineered systems, as well as to understand and predict complex behavior of existing materials. However, all these computational frameworks, including those physics-based or data-driven methods, need a careful assessment of their uncertainties at different scales. Beyond uncertainty quantification, efficacy of any simulation method needs to be validated using experimental or other high-fidelity computational approaches.

This symposium will focus on AI methods for materials, AI-ready materials data issues, computational methodology validation, as well as uncertainty quantification, verification, and validation of computational materials models across various scales. The goal of the symposium is to cover these research topics from an interdisciplinary perspective that connects theory and experiment, having a view towards materials applications.

Topics addressed in this symposium will include (but not be limited to):
Machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches applied to materials science: model development, applications, and validation

Physics-based regularization of machine learning models

Data mining: difficulties, techniques, and applications; including development of mineable data features

Validation and uncertainty quantification

Materials design under uncertainty

Abstracts Due 07/01/2023
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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