Advances in experimental and computational plasma science research is producing larger and more complex data sets. Deriving value from the increasing volume and diversity of data now available provides opportunities for greater insight into complex plasma systems and their interfaces with materials and other phases. In order to extract optimum value from data and fully exploit data interpretation, development of new techniques is required. Embracing data-driven discovery in plasma science will enable a new era of plasma science and technology research and development. This will see advances in a range of up-and-coming plasma applications including future medical therapeutics such as cancer treatment, combatting anti-microbial resistance, sophisticated materials and coatings, next generation electronic chip manufacturing for computing and mobile phone technologies, clean energy sources such as fusion, and sustainable energy storage in solar fuels. This conference aims to stimulate dialogue and collaboration between researchers from the disciplines of plasma and data science.
Deborah O'Connell, University of York (co-Chair)
Satoshi Hamaguchi, Osaka University (co-Chair)
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