Tags: material informatics

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  1. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 4 - Two-Point Statistics

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy Two-point statistics and Further Work As previously noted, a two-phase system was a natural choice in our case...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost4ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey

  2. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 2 - Workflow Plan and Initial Segmentation

    Extracting Morphological Changes in Nanocrystals Using in Situ Liquid Cell Microscopy Brief Review The goal of this project is to develop a Processing-Structure linkage for nanocrystal nucleation...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost1ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey/NanoCrystals:BlogPost2ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey

  3. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 5 - Periodic vs. Non-Periodic Two-Point Statistics

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy Periodic vs Non-Periodic Two-Point Statistics As discussed in the last blog, our system does not have strict...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost4ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey/NanoCrystals:BlogPost5:ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKe

  4. Blog Post_1: CSE 8803 / ME 8883 - Superalloy - Project Statement

    The latest update from Superalloys group at the end of week 3: The type of linkage we proposed to establish is Process-Structure linkage on Nickel-based single-crystal superalloy (CMSX-8) which is...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/Superalloy:CSE8803ME8883Superalloy

  5. Introduction

    This project will focus on establishing “process-structure” linkages between density functional theory (DFT) based geometry optimizations and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of water molecules...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/projects/adsorption/notes/Introduction