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Title: An object-oriented framework to enable workflow evolution across materials acceleration platforms
Authors: Leong, Chang Jie
Low, Andre Kai Yuan
Recatala-Gomez, Jose
Velasco, Pablo Quijano
Vissol-Gaudin, Eleonore
Tan, Jin Da
Ramalingam, Balamurugan
Made, Riko I
Pethe, Shreyas Dinesh
Sebastian, Saumya
Lim, Yee-Fun
Khoo, Jonathan Zi Hui
Bai, Yang
Cheng, Jayce Jian Wei
Hippalgaonkar, Kedar
Keywords: Engineering::Materials
Issue Date: 2022
Source: Leong, C. J., Low, A. K. Y., Recatala-Gomez, J., Velasco, P. Q., Vissol-Gaudin, E., Tan, J. D., Ramalingam, B., Made, R. I., Pethe, S. D., Sebastian, S., Lim, Y., Khoo, J. Z. H., Bai, Y., Cheng, J. J. W. & Hippalgaonkar, K. (2022). An object-oriented framework to enable workflow evolution across materials acceleration platforms. Matter, 5(10), 3124-3134.
Project: A1898b0043 
Journal: Matter 
Abstract: Progress in data-driven self-driving laboratories for solving materials grand challenges has accelerated with the advent of machine learning, robotics, and automation, but they are usually designed with specific materials and processes in mind. To develop the next generation of materials acceleration platforms (MAPs), we propose a unified framework to enable collaboration between MAPs, leveraging on object-oriented programming principles using research groups around theworldthatwouldbeabletoeffectively evolveexperimentalworkflows.Wedemonstratetheframeworkvia three experimental case studies from disparate fields to illustrate theevolutionof,andseamlessintegrationbetween,workflows,promoting efficient resource utilization and collaboration. Moving forward, we project our framework on three other research areas that would benefit from such an evolving workflow. Through the wide adoption of our framework, we envision a collaborative, connected, global community of MAPs working together to solve scientific grand challenges.
ISSN: 2590-2385
DOI: 10.1016/j.matt.2022.08.017
Schools: School of Materials Science and Engineering 
Organisations: Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR 
Rights: © 2022 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. This paper was published in Matter and is made available with permission of Elsevier Inc.
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