During the summer of 2019, I participated in an internship at Battelle's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). My primary deliverable was a model of "infinium" production that extended an existing, less efficient Excel simulation. Below is the symposium poster and the associated white paper.
Calling the material in question "infinium" was a requirement imposed by the laboratory due to the sensitive nature of the project. The other option, "unobtanium," seemed absurd.