Managing of big amounts of scientific data, sharing them online, automation of computational research — all these topics are applications of materials informatics.
Tilde Materials Informatics offers research and consulting services in computational materials science:
Tilde Materials Informatics is run by data scientist and software engineer Evgeny Blokhin, PhD.
Dr. Blokhin received his PhD in 2013 at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research (Stuttgart, Germany) in the field of computational materials science. In 2013 — 2015 years, he worked as a lead software developer at the collaboration of Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society and Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany) to create an international ab initio materials science data repository called NoMaD. In 2014 the first version of NoMaD was launched, and in 2015 NoMaD project was successfully funded by European Union's infrastructure call for Centers of Excellence (CoE) in computational sciences.
From 2015 most of the efforts are put on the open-source development of materials informatics software called Tilde and accompanying research.
Materials databases and repositories, database-driven high-throughput simulations
Cloud and local hardware for materials design, high-throughput database-driven ab initio simulations in materials science
Intelligent organizers for materials science modeling, data screening and database-driven simulations, artificial intelligence techniques (semantic technologies and deep learning)
Materials science simulations: ab initio and classical modeling
Ab initio and classical modeling for materials, local and cloud hardware, cluster setup and administration, data organizing
Full-stack software development for materials informatics: computational data repositories, data processing, data workflows, automation
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