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DataLab: Accelerating Sustainable Product Development with Materials Informatics
Join our DataLab webinar on October 28th with Citrine CEO Greg Mulholland and Dr. Ashish Batra, Global Leader for Actives, Product Technology and R&D Sustainability at Corteva, as they discuss:

•How to incorporate sustainability goals into R&D initiatives
•The evolution of computational tools in materials and chemicals product development
•The necessary foundations for a data-driven R&D organization

Oct 28, 2021 09:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Ashish Batra
Senior Director, Sustainability and Global Actives and Product Technology (APT) R&D @Corteva Agriscience
Ashish Batra is the Global Leader for Actives and Product Technology (APT) R&D and the Sustainability Lead for Corteva R&D. In his APT R&D role, Ashish is accountable for the end-to-end discovery, technology development, deployment, and support for crop protection products from discovery to manufacturing for the Crop Protection Business Platform. In his role as the Sustainability Lead for Corteva R&D, he is responsible for driving sustainability into R&D functions, aligning R&D and corporate sustainability goals and objectives, and partnering with External Affairs on sustainability programs and communications. Prior to his current role, Ashish worked in various R&D and leadership roles at Dow Chemical, DowDupont, and Corteva across Elastomers, Performance Plastics, Packaging, and Agrosciences. Ashish is a certified six-sigma Black Belt Project Leader.
Greg Mulholland
CEO & Co-Founder @Citrine Informatics
Greg Mulholland is a co-founder and CEO of Citrine Informatics. He works with partners along the materials value chain to use state of the art data science techniques to identify areas of improvement and optimization in advanced materials discovery and production. He is an internationally recognized materials technology leader with invitations to speak at global conferences on six continents, chaired a session entitled “Big Data and AI for Materials Efficiency” at the 2018 World Materials Forum, was named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer 2017, a member of the World Economic Forum Future of Production Working Group, was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2015. He holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, an MPhil in Materials Science from Cambridge University, and Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from NC State University where he was a Park Scholar.