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Book chapter

Информационные системы для неорганического материаловедения

С. 113-114.
Киселева Н., Дударев В. А., Столяренко А.

In recent years in the developed countries the initiatives aimed to the infrastructure organization for access to data about materials were announced and supported by the governments. In 2011 the USA started a project, called Materials Genome Initiative (MGI) [1]. In 2014 National Data Service announced a project of creation of repository for experimental and calculated data [2]. In 2015 EU supported a program Novel Materials Discovery Laboratory [3]. The analogous programs were announced in Japan [4], China [5] and India [6]. In spite of the fact that hundreds of millions of dollars are spent for these programs implementation, their results is economically profitable since they allow a reduction of costs for new materials development considerably.

For a score of reasons an access of Russian specialists to these information resources will be very restricted resulting in new materials development and implementation gap, particularly, in knowledge intensive industries. The creation of an own information infrastructure for materials science is a single these problem solution path. The experience of IMET RAS in available from the Internet databases (DBs) on inorganic substances and materials properties development and integration, together with methods and software for new substances and materials computer-assisted design based on data mining technologies [7] is a premise for materials infrastructure project successful accomplishment in Russia. The special Information-Analytical System (IAS) was developed in IMET RAS. It includes the virtually integrated DBs system on inorganic substances and materials properties [8], the subsystems for regularities search in data and new substances prediction and their properties estimation, the knowledge base and other subsystems. IAS is, some kind of, pilot project for creation of information infrastructure for inorganic materials science.

Work was supported in a part by the RFBR, projects nos. 17–07–01362 and 18–07–00080 and State task N. 007-00129-18-00.