The research and development component of MADE in SC will focus on materials discovery and optimization through a process promoted by the nationwide Materials Genome Initiative that combines computational modeling, data analysis and experimentation in an iterative process that leads to rapid discovery and refinement of novel materials with high potential for use in products and industry. MADE in SC researchers will focus on three types of new materials in high demand: optical and magnetic materials, stimuli-responsive polymers and interactive biomaterials.
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- Multiscale Modeling and Computation Core for Materals Research and Cyberinfrastructure Development (MCC)
- Thrust 1: Hierarchical Structures with Controlled Optical and Magnetic Properties
- Thrust 2: Stimuli-Responsive Polymeric Materials
- Thrust 3: Rational Design of Interactive Biomaterials
- MGI Approach adopted by MADE in SC
- Materials Databases
All projects conducted by MADE in SC faculty and students are aligned with the Materials Genome Initiative (MGI).
More details to come.