Phil De Luna on “Accelerated Materials Discovery”
In his latest book, Phil De Luna, PhD delves into the complexity of automated discovery. To learn more about the future of scientific development, we sat down with Phil for a book talk.
What role do computer simulations, data analysis, and robots have in the future of scientific development? How are scientists currently utilizing these resources to push scientific discovery forward?
Phil De Luna, PhD, who is the Director of the Materials for Clean Fuels National Research Center in Canada, approaches these questions in his latest edited book with De Gruyter: “Accelerated Materials Discovery: How to Use Artificial Intelligence to Speed Up Development”, which was published in March 2022.
In an interview with De Gruyter Acquisitions Editor Christene Smith, PhD, he talks about accelerated discovery, the future of research and development, and how to communicate complex scientific concepts to a general audience. Following this conversation, we hear from him and his podcast co-host Liora Raitblat on “What’s New In Automated Discovery” from their Podcast “What’s New In…”.
The conversation is also available as a podcast:
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