The Advanced Materials Show and Battery Cells & Systems Expo
Intellegens will speak and exhibit at the Advanced Materials Show and Battery Cells and Systems Expo, which are running in parallel Birmingham on 29-30 June.
We’ll be showing how machine learning can enable the design and development of materials, and support battery cell and pack design, and battery management systems. Find new solutions with far fewer experiments and acelerate innovation.
Connect with us in advance to arrange a meeting – or find us on stand 18-714 in the exhibition.
Session: The Growing Role of Digital Tools in New Materials Development, 11.15am, 30 June
Speaker: Dr Joel Strickland, Materials Data Scientist
Title: Information alchemy – extracting value from real-world experimental data in materials R&D
Abstract: Any program to develop or improve advanced materials and processes relies heavily on costly, time-consuming experimentation. Machine learning should help, building models from existing data that can be used to optimise design and processing, and to guide experiments so that far fewer tests are required. But it can be very difficult to apply conventional ML methods to real-world, messy, sparse, noisy experimental, or process data. We’ll present a deep learning technology, developed at the University of Cambridge and Intellegens, that overcomes these difficulties. We’ll share case studies and some ‘tricks of the trade’ learned from many industrial materials projects.