Lehrstuhl für Systeme der Informationsverwaltung

Workshop of the KIT Centers KCIST, MathSEE, Materials
"Data  Science for Materials Science"

Location and Time: Fully virtual, January 22nd 2021

9:00

Opening, Followed by Brief Welcoming Words by Prof. Kraft (requested)

Microscopy and Tomography
Chair: Prof. Katrin Schulz

9:15

„Materials Tribology and Data Science: Uncovering Buried Interfaces”

Dr. Christian Greiner

Institute for Applied Materials (IAM)

9:35

„Crack Segmentation and Characterization within Fiber-Reinforced Composites Based on Computed Tomography Data“

Ludwig Schöttl

Institute for Applied Materials – Materials Science and Engineering (IAM-WK)

9:55

„Synchrotron-based 4D X-ray Micro-Tomography for Materials Research”

Dr. Alexey Ershov

Laboratory for Applications of Synchrotron Radiation (LAS)

10:15

„Terahertz Tomography and Artificial Intelligence for Accelerators and Materials Science Applications”

Dr. Erik Bründermann

Institute for Beam Physics and Technology (IBPT)

10:35   Break

AI Methods and Learning
Chair: Dr. Edouard Fouché

10:50

„Combining Numerical Approaches with Neural Networks in the Context of Fluid Simulations”

Roman Lehmann

Institute of Computer Engineering (ITEC), Chair for Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing (CAPP)

11:10

„Graph Neural Networks for Materials Simulations”

Jun.-Prof. Pascal Friederich

Institute of Theoretical Informatics (ITI)

11:30

„Automating AI - AI for Automation”

Prof. Michael Beigl

Telecooperation Office (TecO )

11:50

„Active Learning for Experimental Design in the Materials Sciences”

Adrian Englhardt

Institute for Program Structures and Data Organization (IPD)

12:05   Break

Modelling and Synthesis
Chair: Jun-Prof. Pascal Friederich

12:50

„Impedance Data Analysis - Evaluation of Parameter Dependencies for Physicochemical modeling of Fuel Cells and Batteries”

Dr. André Weber

Institute for Applied Materials - Materials for Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IAM-WET)

13:10

„Research Data in Synthetic and Biological Chemistry: Recording, Management and Analytical Challenges”

Dr. Nicole Jung

Institute of Biological and Chemical Systems (IBCS)

13:30

„Numerical Determination of only Implicit Acessible Perameter“

Axel von der Weth

Institute for Neutron Physics and Reactor Technology (INR)

13:50   Break

Graph-Based Methods and Streams
Chair: Prof. Michael Beigl

14:05

„Data Interoperability for Battery Research Using Knowledge Graphs”

Dr. Tobias Käfer

Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB)

14:25

Phase Prediction and Compositional Analysis in High-Entropy Alloys Using Social Network Analysis”

Prof. Mehrdad Jalali

Institute of Functional Interfaces (IFG); Institute of Nanotechnology (INT)

14:45

„Creating and Using Scholarly Knowledge Graphs for the Material Sciences”

Dr. Michael Färber

Institute of Applied Informatics and Formal Description Methods (AIFB)

15:05

„Anomaly Detection for Accelerating Materials Development”

Dr. Edouard Fouché

Institute for Program Structures and Data Organization (IPD)

15:25      Closing Discussion 

15:45       End