The development of new materials for energy technologies can take up to ten years. We are working on technologies for reducing the time to discovery to less than a year. By harnessing the computing power from more than 150,000 volunteers of IBM's World Community Grid, quantum chemistry, and machine learning, our team at Harvard is working on the discovery of new materials for organic solar cells and organic batteries. In this talk, I will provide an overview of the work so far and the plans for further extending our collaboration.
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