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Big Data for Computational Design Materials

In the realm of cutting-edge research at the University of Gadjah Mada (UGM), Muhammad Adhib Ulil, a distinguished researcher and faculty member, has been spearheading groundbreaking research at the intersection of big data and computational design of materials, that presented in Smart City Outlook 2023: Big Data held by Department of Computer Science and Electronics, Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences Universitas Gadjah Mada at October 14, 2023.  The seminar is the program for supporting the SDG’s issue in Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

Muhammad Adhib Ulil, a leading expert in materials science and engineering at the UGM’s prestigious Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences Universitas Gadjah Mada , has been diligently exploring the potential of integrating big data analytics into the computational design process of materials. This integration promises to enhance the efficiency, accuracy, and innovation in creating materials with tailored properties to meet specific industry demands.

“With the advent of big data analytics, we have an unprecedented opportunity to leverage vast amounts of data to inform and optimize material design,” said Muhammad Adib Ulil. “By harnessing the power of big data, we can expedite the design process and unlock new possibilities for developing materials with enhanced functionalities and performances.”

By applying sophisticated algorithms and computational modeling, Muhammad Adib Ulil and his research team are analyzing massive datasets related to material properties, structures, and behaviors. This analytical approach allows for predictive modeling, enabling the design of materials that meet desired criteria such as strength, flexibility, thermal conductivity, and other critical parameters.

The integration of big data analytics into material design not only accelerates the innovation process but also supports sustainability goals by facilitating the creation of eco-friendly materials with reduced environmental impact.

Dr. Muh Adhib Ulil has received acclaim for his innovative research and has presented his findings at various international conferences and symposia. His work is paving the way for a new era of material design, enabling the development of materials that align with emerging technologies and diverse industry needs.