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This course is an introduction to high-throughput experimental methods that accelerate the discovery and development of new materials. It is well recognized that the discovery of new materials is the key to solving many technological problems faced by industry and society. These problems include energy production and utilization, carbon capture, tissue engineering, and sustainable materials production, among many others. This course will introduce the learner to a remarkable new approach to materials discovery and characterization: high-throughput materials development (HTMD). Engineers and scientists working in industry, academic or government will benefit from this course by developing an understanding of how to apply one element of HTMD, high-throughput experimental methods, to real-world materials discovery and characterization problems. Internationally leading faculty experts will provide a historical perspective on HTMD, describe preparation of ‘library’ samples that cover hundreds or thousands of compositions, explain techniques for characterizing the library to determine the structure and various properties including optical, electronic, mechanical, chemical, thermal, and others. Case studies in energy, transportation, and biotechnology are provided to illustrate methodologies for metals, ceramics, polymers and composites. The Georgia Tech Institute for Materials (IMat) developed this course in order to introduce a broad audience to the essential elements of the Materials Genome Initiative. Other courses will be offered by Georgia Tech through Coursera to concentrate on integrating (i) high-throughput experimentation with (ii) modeling and simulation and (iii) materials data sciences and informatics. After completing this course, learners will be able to • Identify key events in the development of High-Throughput Materials Development (HTMD) • Communicate the benefits of HTMDwithin your organization. • Explain what is meant by high throughput methods (both computational and experimental), and their merits for materials discovery/development. • Summarize the principles and methods of high throughput creation/processing of material libraries (samples that contain 100s to 1000s of smaller samples). • State the principles and methods for high-throughput characterization of structure. • State the principles and methods for high throughput property measurements. • Identify when high-throughput screening (HTS) will be valuable to a materials discovery effort. • Select an appropriate HTS method for a property measurement of interest. • Identify companies and organizations working in this field and use this knowledge to select appropriate partners for design and implementation of HTS efforts. • Apply principles of experimental design, library synthesis and screening to solve a materials design challenge. • Conceive complete high-throughput strategies to obtain processing-structure-property (PSP) relationships for materials design and discovery....

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AN

Jun 30, 2019

Very helpful for my intended field of study. A brilliant collection of instructors along with intuitive quizzes and informative plots and slides.

DG

Jun 10, 2018

New way to explore ourselves in the area of materials development

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par ceren

Jan 29, 2018

it was a really harmful thank you for everything.

par KAMULURI A A

Jun 23, 2018

Excellent

par Marco A E A

Aug 15, 2017

Fue un excelente curso, ni fácil ni excesivamente complicado. Es información muy variada de distintos campos de los materiales, pero dan una muy buena idea de lo que se hace alrededor de este tema en muchos lados.

par Ong C W

Sep 02, 2016

One of the few courses teaching th

par MOHD. F

Dec 16, 2016

A new and fast way of designing materials. Great course!

par Dondapati G

Jun 10, 2018

New way to explore ourselves in the area of materials development

par Kuruva S

Jun 16, 2018

Good

par vishnu v r

Jul 19, 2018

Well course to do project

par Batthala h

Jul 20, 2018

Very good to learn

par Aditya S N

Jun 30, 2019

Very helpful for my intended field of study. A brilliant collection of instructors along with intuitive quizzes and informative plots and slides.

par Lea S

Jan 01, 2018

much too advanced for me, still interesting and valuable.

par Marcin Z

Nov 07, 2016

Sometimes (especially in metals) they go too deep (if you are not familiar with metallurgy you may have some problems with understanding). However, even the hardest parts gave me very interesting knowledge. Some of that stuff is unthinkable! Lecturers are rather good speakers. I can recommend this course. I really enjoyed it.

par Zisheng C Z

May 13, 2018

A great course with great amount of literature review and introductory explanation on HT.

par Mehrdad Z

Nov 12, 2018

As a general introduction to high through put materials development the course is well structured and presented. It can help researchers get ideas to design their experiments and characterization.

par Gokul N

Apr 09, 2018

The course content was generally informative and quite good. However, the quizzes are written in improper and confusing English, and make the assessments needlessly difficult. There were also several points where I found that I got questions wrong despite my answers being directly from the lectures. I found myself spending more effort on trying to "crack" the quizzes than on actually learning the material. This course has a lot of potential, but sadly is not really reaching it.

par sam

Jul 31, 2016

THIS course is only good if you have basic knowledge regarding ,materials science and this course is highly based on research papers and research domain . Overall a good course .

par evelyn s

Aug 01, 2018

the quizzes are too hard and the level of learning is sometimes too hard for me to understand.