Welcome to Material Data Hub!
The mission of Material Data Hub is to complement the excellent work of Aflow, Materials Project, OQMD, and others by providing a FAIR Digital Object Repository for Experimental data and metadata. While we are specifically targeting material microstructure and process-structure-property relationships, this repository is open to broad contributions from the materials science and engineering community.
The development of this portal is led by the Georgia Institute of Technology, and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This development is a direct response to the NSF-Sponsored Report on Materials Data Infrastructure (MDI), and two NSF-Sponsored microstructure repository workshops lead by Lehigh University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. This development responds to MDI recommendation #4 concerning demonstration projects and begins to implement the best practices and minimum metadata requirements identified during the microstructure repository workshops.
Publish and explore material microstructure and microscopy data and metadata with links to full process history information.
Publish and explore material property and performance data and metadata with links to full process history information.
Learn how to represent material process history as a digital object graph with linked materials and datasets at any stage within the process history.
Material Data Hub allows for you to store and share data in private collections prior to publication. You may use Material Data Hub for Collaboration.