CoSMIC is an international collaborative research program focused on data driven discovery in materials science using a genomics discovery paradigm for materials design. Its central research theme is to develop new computational and experimental ways of accelerated mechanistic based discovery and design of materials using informatics methods. The program is directed by Professor Krishna Rajan of Iowa State University and involves a network of laboratories in over ten countries.


Contact:
Krishna Rajan, Wilkinson Professor of Interdisciplinary Engineering
Iowa State University
Department of Materials Science and Engineering &
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Program
2240 Hoover Hall; Ames, IA 50011
Email: krajan@iastate.edu   Phone: 515-294-2670

Science News Focus: Interview with Prof. Rajan
Science Magazine (Subscription Req'd)

Nanoinformatics 2020 Roadmap released
Co-organizer-K. Rajan : PDF

Discovery of “inorganic gene” for high temperature piezoelectrics
Proc. Royal Society A- EXiS Open Choice publication
A top ten most downloaded paper for 2011

Nanoinformatics aided design of pathogen mimicking polymers
Nature Scientific Reports: Ulery et. al
Bioimaterials: Petersen et.al

Combinatorial and High-Throughput Screening of Materials Libraries
One of the Ten Most Read ACS Comb. Sci./ J. Comb. Chem. Articles in 2011

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