The NCSU Science and Engineering of Atomic Structure (SEAS) National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) hosted Dr. Raymundo Arroyave, Director of the Texas A&M University Data-Enabled Discovery and Design of Energy Materials (D3EM) NRT during his visit as a guest speaker for the Department of Materials Science and Engineering seminar series on August 30, 2019. Dr. Arroyave is a Professor in the TAMU Departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical Engineering with research interests in the utilization of computational and data science tools for the determination fundamental properties of complex materials at various length scales and times. Arroyave presented, Beyond High-throughput Materials Discovery: Bayesian Multi-Objective Discovery of Materials under Model Uncertainty and with Multiple Information Sources to an audience of MSE faculty and graduate students, as well as, SEAS faculty and trainees. Following the seminar, SEAS trainees had the opportunity to meet Dr. Arroyave during a networking lunch to learn more about the D3EM NRT program and Dr. Arroyave’s career path.
To learn more about the D3EM NRT, visit https://d3em.tamu.edu/.