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In this free webinar, Yuling An – Machine Learning and Computing Product Manager for Materials Science at Schrödinger, Inc, shows that machine learning, which often ignores the underlying physics, and physics-based modeling, which may require intensive computational resources, can of course complement each other to not only to create predictive models, but also to create new materials with the desired properties over a large design space. The growing urgency to digitize and use existing data from both experiments and simulations through machine learning also increases the need for material informatics platforms that combine automated computing workflows with data analysis and collaboration in order to make material innovations more efficient and successful. Examples include recent advances in the design of de novo OLED materials and the prediction of molecular volatility using Schrödinger’s materials informatics platform, LiveDesign.

By attending this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how the integration of Schrödinger’s machine learning technologies with physics-based modeling can be used to predict properties of new materials.
  • Learn about examples of recent advances in de novo OLED material design
  • Learn more about the need for materials informatics platforms, including Schrödinger’s LiveDesign solution

Yuling An, machine learning and computer science product manager for materials science at Schrödinger, Inc

Speaker: Yuling An, Schrödinger

Yuling An is product manager for machine learning and computer science for materials science at Schrödinger, Inc. An has led many machine learning projects at Schrödinger, overseeing product development and the deployment of successful platform solutions.

Before becoming product manager, An was a key scientific developer of Schrödinger’s protein structure prediction software Prime and Cheminformatics product Canvas, after completing her Ph.D. in Computational Chemistry from Columbia University, USA

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Schrödinger is a leading provider of advanced molecular simulations and enterprise software solutions and services for its customers in the field of materials science research. Schrödinger also builds deep partnerships and collaborations with companies in areas such as petrochemicals, semiconductors, aerospace and specialty chemicals. Schrödinger was founded in 1990 and has almost 500 employees and branches in the USA, Europe, Japan and India as well as business partners in China and Korea.

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