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[Materials science is an interdisciplinary field of research comprising various areas such as metallurgy, polymer science, ceramics, solid state physics, and semiconductors. The integration of these areas under a single field enables researchers to exchange knowledge, expertise, and experimental...
[This chapter discusses the historical influence of mathematics on materials science and mathematical techniques and tools widely used in materials science today. There were many occasions in the past when mathematics and materials science met and interacted to inspire advances. From ancient...
[In today’s modern research environment, the emphasis is placed on the direct interaction of mathematics with other scientific fields and industry groups to solve complex problems jointly faced by various disciplines. The demand for the participation of mathematicians in materials science is...
[In this chapter, based on our experience at AIMR, Tohoku University, we describe the possible innovation that can be derived from mathematics–materials science collaborations. We believe that such collaborations need time to blossom, and once fields of common interest are integrated under a...
[By reviewing relevant historical events and facts as well as some results achieved at AIMR, we argued in this book for the importance of a mathematics–materials science collaboration as progenitor to the next breakthroughs and innovations.]
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