Artificial intelligence (AI) has brought major change to many industries, but materials and chemicals-enabled product companies (MEPC) have not seen the benefit of these AI technologies. Founded at the Stanford Graduate School of Business by 3 materials scientists, Citrine Informatics was created to bring the power of these technologies to enable the rapid, efficient development of the next generation of high performance materials-driven products: from polymers to alloys to coatings to solar materials. In this presentation, Founder and CEO Greg Mulholland will introduce the business rationale for starting the company, address working within the Japanese market as a Silicon Valley startup, and cover the manufacturing market changes coming from AI-driven product development and optimization techniques.
Greg Mulholland, Co-founder and CEO, Citrine Informatics
Greg Mulholland is a co-founder and CEO of Citrine Informatics. He works with partners along the materials value chain to use state of the art data science techniques to identify areas of improvement and optimization in advanced materials discovery and production. He holds an MBA Master of Business Administration from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a MPhil in Materials Science from Cambridge University, and Bachelors of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from NC State University. In 2015, Greg was featured as one of the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy for his work with energy materials at Citrine.
4:15pm: Doors open
4:30pm-5:30pm: Talk and Discussion
Philippines Conference Room, 3rd floor Encina Hall, 616 Serra Street, Stanford, CA 94305
Open parking at Stanford University available starting 4:00pm near Encina Hall unless otherwise marked. Nearest parking garage is Structure 7, below the Graduate School of Business Knight School of Management.