Computational Chemistry meets Artificial Intelligence

Jun 13, 2018, 8:30 until Jun 15, 2018, 16:30, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland

The main goal of the Computational Chemistry meets Artificial Intelligence (CC2AI) conference is to bring together research groups from biomolecular simulations and ab-initio computations with those from machine learning and evolutionary/stochastic optimisation to further encourage the development of these fields.

Confirmed invited speakers include

•       Paul Ayers (Canada)
•       Albert P. Bartok (United Kingdom)
•       Kieron Burke (United States)
•       Pablo Campomanes (Switzerland)
•       Roberto Car (United States)
•       Michele Ceriotti (Switzerland)
•       Clemence Corminboeuf (Switzerland)
•       Martin Head-Gordon (United States)
•       Heather Kulik (United States)
•       Anatole von Lilienfeld (Switzerland)
•       Nicola Marzari (Switzerland)
•       Markus Meuwly (Switzerland)
•       Michele Parrinello (Switzerland)
•       Sereina Riniker (Switzerland)
•       Didier Rognan (France)
•       Alessandro De Vita (United Kingdom)

All details about the conference may be found on this website:

To attend this conference, please fill in the registration form:

The deadline for abstract submission has been extended until April 30, 2018.

The organizers Ursula Roethlisberger, Nicholas Brownin, Murat Kilic and Justin Villard look forward to welcoming you at CC2AI!

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