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Prof. Venkat Viswanathan of CMU Joins Aionics as Chief Scientist
Prof. Viswanathan, a recognized global leader in A.I.-driven approaches for energy materials, brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Aionics.
Stanford University Highlights New A.I.-Discovered Battery Electrolyte
New research published by Aionics CEO Dr. Austin Sendek reports a highly promising new solid electrolyte made of lithium, boron, and sulfur that was discovered with the help of materials informatics.
Open Access COVID-19 Drug Discovery Project Launched
Aionics introduces the Open Access COVID-19 Drug Discovery Project, a collaborative effort between Aionics and Stanford University to provide a public version of the Aionics machine learning (ML) modeling suite to accelerate the search for potential new SARS-CoV-2 therapeutic drugs.
Aionics-Cuberg Partnership Featured in AI Trends Magazine
The partnership between Aionics and Cuberg, a California-based manufacturer of lightweight and energy dense lithium-ion batteries for electric aviation technologies, was featured in AI Trends magazine.
Aionics CEO Publishes Data-Driven Perspective on Solid Electrolyte Development
A new publication in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C uses historical data on known solid electrolyte materials to quantify the likelihood of major breakthrough discoveries occuring in the future.
Research Highlighted by Chemistry of Materials Journal
Editors of the journal Chemistry of Materials highlight Dr. Sendek’s work on machine learning-assisted solid electrolyte design among 22 examples of notable scientific works in the materials informatics field.
Founder Austin Sendek Named to 2019 Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy
Dr. Austin Sendek is named to the prestigious list based on his Ph.D. research at Stanford on machine learning-enabled materials design and his subsequent founding of Aionics.