Expanding AI and next generation simulation tools to accelerate scientific discovery

June 26, 2024
8:00 a.m. PDT, 11:00 a.m. EDT, 16:00 BST, 17:00 CEST- Duration: 60 Minutes


Today, we stand on the brink of unprecedented innovation, with advanced AI models ushering in a new era for scientists to find better solutions to urgent challenges. 

In this special session, Microsoft will share a first look at the latest advancements in AI and simulation tools, including the newly announced Generative Chemistry and Accelerated DFT capabilities, which will empower scientists to create and understand new solutions to complex chemistry problems.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Discover how recent AI advancements, including Generative Chemistry, are empowering scientists to discover novel molecules 
  • Learn how Unilever is leveraging HPC and AI to drive innovation and accelerate the development of new products 
  • Explore the latest tools to accelerate certain chemistry simulations including Density Functional Theory and Molecular Dynamics 

Who Should Attend:
  • Enterprise R&D Leaders exploring how advancements in AI can help their groups digitally transform
  • Computational Chemists and Materials Scientists wanting to learn about the latest innovations in chemical simulation
  • Chemical Engineers and Materials Research Engineers, Cheminformatics Specialist, and Research Scientist interested in accelerating workflows and processes with AI and HPC
  • CEOs, CIOs, and CTOs looking to speed up the discovery pipeline to bring products to market faster

Brought to you by:


Conrad Johnston
Applied Scientist ,
Microsoft Azure Quantum Elements Team
Kelly McSweeney
Contributing Editor,
C&EN Media Group


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