Computational Materials at Berkeley, or CM@B, was founded as an avenue to inform the public and students at the University of California, Berkeley about advancements in the fascinating field of computational materials science. We host a number of different events each semester including networking events, skill-building workshops, and talks by world-renowned experts in the cutting-edge intersection of high performance computing and materials science.

Because of our club’s outreach basis, many companies have recognized Computational Materials at Berkeley as an excellent way to reach out to graduate students and participate in both sponsorship and hosted events.



05 Nov 2019 . events . Isaac Tamblyn

CM@B Speaker Series Isaac Tamblyn: Physics and AI: Achieving Transferability in Deep Learning from Minimal Observations Time: 5-6pm 290 Hearst Memorial Mining Building

Dr. Isaac Tamblyn is a Research Officer for the National Research Council of Canada. His research focuses on applying computational methods to applied problems in material science. Recently, his group has been focused on applying the tools of data science to the problem of materials. He is particularly interested in using recent advances in deep learning and A.I. to develop computationally tractable solutions to hard problems in condensed matter physics, with a focus...

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