DMREF: Collaborative Research: HybriD3: Discovery, Design, Dissemination of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Semiconductor Materials for Optoelectronic Applications
posterposted on 05.02.2020 by Volker Blum, Kenan Gundogdu, Yosuke Kanai, David B. Mitzi, Franky So, Wei You
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This project, called "HybriD3", aims to accelerate the "Design, Discovery, and Dissemination" (D3) of new crystalline organic-inorganic hybrid semiconductors. This presentation will focus on the software and data related aspects of the project. We describe a the web facing data base infrastructure "MatD3" (https://github.com/HybriD3-database/MatD3 and https://arxiv.org/abs/2001.02135), a database and online presentation package for research data supporting materials discovery, design, and dissemination, developed as a generic package allowing individual research groups or projects to share materials data of any kind in a reproducible, easily accessible way. The package can be connected to the "Qresp" (“Curation and Exploration of Reproducible Scientific Papers”) software (http://www.qresp.org/), which facilitates the organization, annotation and exploration of data presented in scientific papers. We finally describe the use of this infrastructure and our broader scientific activities as reflected in the open, hybrid organic-inorganic materials database "HybriD3" (https://materials.hybrid3.duke.edu/).