The Center for Materials in Extreme Dynamic Environments (CMEDE) is a multi-institution collaborative research center housed within the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute at Johns Hopkins University. The Center brings together academia, industry, and the Army Research Laboratory (ARL) to address fundamental science issues in materials in extreme dynamic environments through a highly collaborative effort: the Materials in Extreme Dynamic Environments (MEDE) Collaborative Research Alliance (CRA).
Goal 2: Integrate Expreiments, Computation, and Theory
- Create a MGI Network of Resources
- Enable Creation of Accurate, Reliable Simulations
- Improve Experimental Tools -- From Materials Discovery through Deployment
- Develop Data Analytics to enhance the Value of Experimental and Computational Data
MGI emphasizes integration of tools, theories, models, and data from basic scientific research with the processing, manufacturing, and deployment of materials. The Materials Innovation Infrastructure will enable this integration by providing access to digital resources that contain the property data of known materials as well as the computational and experimental tools to predict these characteristics for new and emerging materials. Example applications include using integrated tool sets to identify replacements for critical materials, and then translating these new materials into the production pipeline. Ultimately, seamless integration of fundamental, validated understanding can be incorporated into the simulation and modeling tools used for materials discovery, product and manufacturing designs, component life predictions, and informed maintenance protocols.