The Center for Materials Data Science for Reliability and Degradation (MDS-Rely) seeks to apply data science-informed research to better understand the reliability and lifetime of essential materials. MDS-Rely is a National Science Foundation Industry University Cooperative Research Center between Case Western Reserve University and University of Pittsburgh. If you are interested in partnering with Case or Pitt professors, please contact Dr. Roger French or Dr. Paul Leu.
MDS-Rely Faculty Update Meeting
Mar. 5, 2021
We held a meeting with Pitt and Case Western Reserve University faculty to let them know about the current status of the center and planning for projects. Over 20 people attended.
MDS-Rely Kickoff Meeting
Nov 5, 2020
Our kickoff meeting webinar had over 30 attendees and 15 companies and government labs attending.
July 8, 2020
Our University Industry Demonstration Partnership webinar had over 100 attendees and 30 companies and government labs attending.
MDS-Rely Planning Meeting
Sept 11 and 12, 2019
Our Planning Meeting at Case Western was a huge success with over 70 attendees and 30 companies and government labs attending.
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University of Pittsburgh Center for Advanced Manufacturing Lunch
We had a great UPCAM lunch session where we talked to Pitt professors about Pitt’s collaboration with Case Western on MDS-Rely.
NSF Planning Grantee Bootcamp
Jan 31, 2019 and Feb 1, 2019
Had a fun IUCRC Planning Grantee Bootcamp in Washington DC at NSF. We’re excited to start talking to companies and building our center’s value proposition!
Case Western and Pitt Receive NSF Industry–University Cooperative Research Centers (IUCRC) Planning grants!
Dec 1, 2018
Pitt and Case Western receive planning grants to create a new Center for Data Science for Materials Reliability and Degradation.