Citations


Curt M Breneman, Ke Wu, Linda Schadler, Cate Brinson, Decrypting the materials genome with materials informatics: One length-scale at a time, Frontiers in Computational Methods for Polymeric Materials, PMSE: Division of Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, ACS, August 10, 2014, San Francisco, CA


Curt M Breneman, Ke Wu, Linda Schadler, Cate Brinson, Yang Li, Richard Zhao, Yanhui Huang, From QSAR To MQSPR and beyond: Using materials informatics to predict the mechanical and dielectric properties of polymers and nanocomposites using a combination of heuristic and physics-based methods, Ameri-QSAR, COMP: Division of Computers in Chemistry, ACS, August 10, 2014, San Francisco, CA


Curt M Breneman, Ke Wu, Lisa Morkowchuk, Linda Schadler, Cate Brinson, Yang Li, Michael Krein, Hybrid materials informatics (MQSPR) and simulation methods for predicting the thermomechanical and dielectric properties of polymers and nanocomposites, Chemical Mechanisms in Advanced Materials, COMP: Division of Computers in Chemistry, ACS, September 9, 2013, Indianapolis, Indiana


Curt M Breneman, Ke Wu, Lisa Morkowchuk, Jed Zaretzki, Sourav Das, Michael Krein, New insights and tools for capturing, validating, and utilizing structure/property data: Curiously similar approaches for drug discovery and materials science, Current Challenges in Cheminformatics: Exploiting Information and Knowledge in Structured and Unstructured Environments, CINF: Division of Chemical Information, ACS, September 9, 2013, Indianapolis, Indiana


Ke Wu and Curt Breneman, Combining Heuristic and Physics-Based Methods for Predicting Nanocomposite Properties, Information Science for Materials Discovery and Design, February 5, Santa Fe, New Mexico


Curt Breneman, Combinatorial data analytics and MGI, White House OSTP Meeting Combinatorial Workshop, May 5-6, 2014, San Francisco, CA


Curt Breneman, From QSAR to MQSPR and Beyond: Predictive Materials Informatics Using a Blend of Heuristic and Physics-Based Methods, August 31-September 4, 2014, St. Petersburg, Russia


Curt Breneman, Stalking the Materials Genome: A Data-Driven Approach to the Virtual Design of Optimized Polymer Materials, Nanotech2014, June 15-18, 2014, Washington, DC