The field of chemistry is ripe for a disruption with AI at all scales: meet the future at the ChemAI event.
- Prof. Matthias Beller, Leibniz Institute for Catalysis, Rostock, Germany
“Digitalization and AI will help to exploit the full potential of catalysis, which is crucial for the sustainable development of our societies.”
- Prof. Max Welling, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
“The field of computational chemistry is ripe for a disruption with ML at all scales, from improved DFT functionals, MD force fields, free energy computations, transition path methods all the way to hydrodynamics.”
Word of welcome
Keynote 1 – Prof. Max Welling
Keynote 2 – Prof. Matthias Beller
Company Fashion Show
A tailored selection of pioneering companies, from the Netherlands and abroad, will introduce themselves with concise and captivating presentations
Poster session & company market
Workshop 1 – From words to wonders: Language models for life sciences
Dr. Francesca Grisoni – TU Eindhoven
Leader of the Molecular Machine Learning team, her research focuses on developing novel AI methods for drug discovery, between computation and experimental validation. Experienced executive in the LS industry (Bayer, AstraZeneca), and author in journals like Nature, Cell, he focuses now on computing-powered medicine.
Dr. David Ruau – NVIDIA
Experienced executive in the LS industry (Bayer, AstraZeneca), and author in journals like Nature, Cell, he focuses now on
Workshop 2 – Robots unleashed: The rise of AI-driven chemical discovery
Prof. Wilhelm Huck – Radboud Universiteit
Professor in physical organic chemistry, expert in the origin of life, he now starts a new adventure as leader of the 97M euro programme “Robotlab” on AI-driven chemical robotics.
dr. Amol Thakkar – IBM
First in the Molecular AI Team of AstraZeneca, and now as Research Scientist for IBM, his work bridges AI, Cloud, Robotic, and
Computing technologies to accelerate chemical discovery
Panel discussion – AI’s Data Dilemma: facing small and biased data sets.
Dr. Christian Dallago – NVIDIA
Dr. Paola Gori-Giorgi – Microsoft
Drinks, bites and networking