The SDLE Research Center at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) is a world-class research center dedicated to data science and analytics applied to materials and energy science.
Established in 2011 by Professor Roger H French, the SDLE Center focuses on:
MCCo has been working diligently to complete the installation of its 1MW solar project. The SDLE Center has been contracted to instrument and monitor the power plant, giving insight into its performance and reliability.
On August 29th, 2014 the SDLE Center was very pleased to welcome visitors from the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). Representatives from the Geosciences and Computational Science Divisions came to CWRU to learn about Energy-CRADLE and other developments in Data Analytics.
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association held their August meeting at Case Western Reserve University on August 13th and 14th. The discussion addressed the topic of Lifetime and Degradation of Nylon Cable Ties. Click here for related publications.
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On January 24th, 2014, Laura Bruckman delivered a seminar presentation, at the DMSE 2014 Spring Colloquium, entitled "Lifetime and Degradation Science: Acrylic Statistical Mechanistic Pathway Diagram Development", which covered statistical analytics, using a data science approach, defining the new field of lifetime and degradation science (L&DS), providing mechanistic insights into real-world degr
On November 14, the SDLE Center and the Case School of Engineering, joined by faculty from the University of Maryland and Cleveland State University, hosted a Lifetime & Degradation Science (L&DS) Workshop with about 100 attendees. L&DS is a new engineering design paradigm that accelerates development and testing, reduces degradation, renormalizes standards, and builds technologies fitted to their real world environments.
The SDLE Center SunFarm was featured in a recent video by Sustainable Cleveland, a 10-year initiative through the Cleveland Mayor's Office that engages everyone to design and develop a thriving and resilient Cleveland and build economic, social and