About EuMINe

Within the ever-evolving European Materials Informatics landscape, a profound transformation is unfolding, propelled by the rapid advancements in artificial intelligence and data-centric technologies. This paradigm shift is revolutionizing the entire spectrum of materials development, engineering, and enhancement, contributing significantly to societal and economic progress. At the forefront of this transformative era are collaborative initiatives and interdisciplinary communities, harmonizing diverse efforts to create a shared European knowledge base. The synergy between scientific excellence in fields such as physics, chemistry, computer science, and engineering is reshaping the way we approach materials science and engineering. This dynamic landscape invites exploration and collaboration, offering boundless opportunities for innovation and breakthroughs that transcend traditional boundaries.

The EuMINe approach represents a pioneering stride towards fostering international collaboration and interdisciplinary cohesion in the realm of materials informatics. As a driving force in this transformative field, EuMINe focuses on overcoming existing fragmentation, aiming to harmonize diverse approaches and resources. The Action seeks to cultivate a shared European knowledge base that harnesses the potential of cutting-edge data-centric technologies for materials science and engineering. Rooted in collaboration, EuMINe unites scientific excellence across various domains, including physics, chemistry, computer science, and engineering. By connecting experts and stakeholders from both public and private institutions, modeling communities, and advanced computing infrastructures, EuMINe paves the way for innovative breakthroughs and elevates the collective impact of European research in the dynamic landscape of materials informatics.

The objectives of the EuMINe COST Action encapsulate a bold vision for advancing materials informatics on an international scale. EuMINe strives to create a collaborative and interdisciplinary community that transcends existing boundaries, fostering innovation in the development and engineering of advanced materials. By harmonizing approaches and resources, the Action seeks to overcome fragmentation within the European research landscape, cultivating a shared knowledge base on the application of data-centric technologies to materials science. EuMINe’s objectives include not only scientific excellence but also the establishment of meaningful links with stakeholders across public and private institutions, modeling communities, and cutting-edge computing infrastructures. The aim is to amplify the impact of European research, actively engage stakeholders, and promote valuable training opportunities, marking a transformative journey toward a more interconnected and impactful future in materials informatics.