Principles of the Battery Data Genome

Logan Ward, Susan Babinec, Eric J. Dufek, David A. Howey, Venkatasubramanian Viswanathan, Muratahan Aykol, David A. C. Beck, Benjamin Blaiszik, Bor-Rong Chen, George Crabtree, Simon Clark, Valerio De Angelis, Philipp Dechent, Matthieu Dubarry, Erica E. Eggleton, Donal P. Finegan, Ian Foster, Chirranjeevi Balaji Gopal, Patrick K. Herring, Victor W. Hu, Noah H. Paulson, Yuliya Preger, Dirk Uwe-Sauer, Kandler Smith, Seth W. Snyder, Shashank Sripad, Tanvir R.Tanim, Linnette Teo

October 2022 - Batteries are a key enabling technology in the transition to a low-carbon economy but have yet to enjoy the revolutionary data-science gains enjoyed by other fields. In the proposed Battery Data Genome, we identify gaps hindering this transformation and put forth organizing and operating principles that can drive uniform practices that are the foundation of the solution. Our path forward builds a community of data hubs with standardized practices and, critically, with flexible sharing options. Together, these will enable data-science advances across a reimagined international battery community that will catalyze a new generation of innovation with broader economic impact. As a call to action, the Battery Data Genome is a crucial step to address the global low-carbon challenge. The authors are committed to continue advancing the Battery Data Genome by expanding and linking the existing data hubs and by building the community and organizational structure needed for success.

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