An initial study will validate how high-throughput experimentation and high-throughput simulation can be coordinated to yield new insights into a target material system. The results will pave the way to a larger pilot study over the coming year. Ultimately, this effort will result in better materials simulation capabilities, which will be available to the scientific community through the Materials Project. These enhanced simulation tools will lead to more sophisticated and informed experimental designs and accelerated transition of advanced materials discoveries across the "final mile" into practical applications."Integrating high-productivity combinatorial experimentation and high-throughput simulation in a hierarchical screening approach with feedback and feed-forward loops enables a virtuous cycle of learning," said Dr. Tony Chiang, chief technology officer of Intermolecular. "The Materials Project has provided a valuable theoretical resource for our technologists as they use our HPC R&D platform to accelerate the rate of learning in semiconductor and clean energy industries. Enhancing the materials modeling capabilities will benefit our customers along with the scientific community as a whole."
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