[Eoas-seminar] [Seminar-announce] Colloquium with Houlong Zhuang

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"Exploring the Compositional Space of Materials via Classical and Quantum Computers"

Houlong Zhuang
School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy,
Arizona State University

NOTE: Please feel free to forward/share this invitation with other groups/disciplines that might be interested in this talk/topic. All are welcome to attend.

Meeting # 942 7359 5552

Teatime - Virtual (via Zoom)
* 3:00 to 3:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Colloquium - F2F (in 499 DSL) | Virtual (via Zoom)
* 3:30 to 4:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Computational materials design often starts with selecting elements and determining their concentrations. This process is tantamount to exploring the vast compositional space, which is a daunting task if it is performed by the traditional trial-and-error manner. In this talk, I will use multi-principal component alloys (also known as high-entropy alloys) as an example to show our recent results of using classical and quantum computers to explore the compositional space of these alloys. Specifically, my group trained a classical deep neural network to achieve the goal that given a certain combination of elements and concentrations, the trained model is capable of efficiently predicting the resulting atomic arrangement. I will also show our recent efforts of using quantum computers to accomplish the same goal.
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