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Artificial Intelligence for Additive Manufacturing
Join our webinar on Dec 7th with Dr. James Saal as he discusses how Artificial Intelligence cuts through the complexity of Additive Manufacturing. Qualifying materials and reliable processes for additive manufacturing can be a slow process. AI thrives on solving the types of high-dimensional, multi-objective problems that AM presents. James will present case studies where Citrine’s technology has been used to solve AM challenges.

What you will see:
- How the Citrine Platform captures the full context of AM processes
- Case studies where Citrine technology has discovered new AM materials and optimized AM processes

Who should attend:
Business and R&D leaders that want to accelerate the qualification of AM materials and processes.

Dec 7, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. James Saal
Manager of External Research Programs @Citrine Informatics
Dr. James Saal is the Manager of External Research Programs at Citrine Informatics, where he manages Citrine’s government-funded research programs, advancing the state-of-the-art in materials informatics with academic, government, and industrial collaborators. Dr. Saal earned his B.S in Materials Science and Engineering from Rice University in 2005, and his Ph.D. in Material Science and Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University in 2010, where he focused on the integration of density functional theory with CALPHAD. He continued postdoctoral study at Northwestern University, developing a high-throughput materials property database and studying Mg- and Co-based alloys. Since then, Dr. Saal has specialized in computational simulation of process-structure-property relationships, ICME design of new materials, and the use of data-driven methods in materials science. Dr. Saal is the author of over 50 peer-review publications, several patents on designed alloys, and a co-edited book.