|About this Abstract
|2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
|Magnetics and the Critical Materials Challenge: An FMD Symposium Honoring Matthew J. Kramer
|From High-throughput Synchrotron Diffraction to Closed-loop Autonomous Materials Discovery
|On-Site Speaker (Planned)
Matt Kramer and I worked together with Apurva Mehta at SSRL during a crucial time when high-throughput diffraction of combinatorial libraries was being set up at SLAC as a semi-routine measurement technique. There is now a dedicated high-throughput measurement stage which can be readily mounted to several beamlines at SSRL. The largest credit naturally goes to Apurva, but the collaboration with Matt to screen for new permanent magnets was a big impetus to establish the measurement technique. This work has then led to a series of work where we perform machine learning analysis of large volumes of diffraction data. Our most recent effort is demonstration of closed-loop autonomous materials exploration and optimization (CAMEO). CAMEO can be used to navigate screening of combinatorial libraries performed at a synchrotron beamline, we have recently discovered a high-performance phase change memory material. This work is a collaboration with A. Gilad Kusne.
|Electronic Materials, Machine Learning, Thin Films and Interfaces