Posts by jhachmann

Atif wins People’s Choice Award of the 2017 Bright Buffalo Niagara Entrepreneur Expo

Atif and his team have won the People’s Choice Award of the 2017 Bright Buffalo Niagara Entrepreneur Expo. Congrats – well done! Bright Buffalo Niagara is an initiative that pairs startups and business ideas with funding sources that will allow them to prosper and create a long-term economic impact for Buffalo and beyond. Over 100 high-tech companies have pitched their ideas to potential investors at the Annual Entrepreneur Expo since 2009, and others have received free guidance from business mentors through our Mentor Match-Up Program.
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Categories: Awards and News.

Johannes at the 253rd ACS National Meeting in San Francisco

Johannes is currently out in San Francisco for the 253rd ACS National Meeting. He gave an invited talk titled “Rational materials design via machine learning” this morning in the CINF Division Symposium on Materials Informatics and Computational Modeling. He will also present a talk on “Data-driven in silico tools for the rational design of catalytic systems and the exploration of chemical space” during the CATL Division Symposium on Designed Catalysis: Materials Genome Approach to Heterogeneous Processes (while presiding over the session).
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Categories: Conferences and News.

Sykhere Brown joins the group as undergraduate No 12, sponsored by LSAMP Summer Research Internship

Sykhere Brown, a veteran of Johannes’ CE 451 Computer-Aided Research class, joins the group as its 12th undergraduate research assistant. Sykhere will work with Mojtaba on machine learning problems, in particular on devising techniques to assess the range of applicability of data-derived models. His stay in the group during the summer is sponsored by an LSAMP Summer Research Internship. The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program seeks to diversify the STEM workforce by significantly increasing the numbers of students that successfully complete high-quality degree programs in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. Particular emphasis is placed
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Categories: Awards, News, Outreach, and Team.

Johannes at the 2016 Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry conference in Seattle

Johannes is currently out in Seattle for the 2016 Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry (TACC) conference. He will give an invited talk titled “A Software ecosystem for the data-driven design of chemical systems and the exploration of chemical space” on Wednesday and Chair a session on “Excited States” on Tuesday.
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Categories: Conferences and News.