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Po-Han gives final MSc project presentation, becomes 6th MSc of the group

Po-Han Chen gave his project presentation titled “Using Concepts from Active Learning and Applicability Domain to Enhance Predictive Modeling” today, has thus completed all his degree requirements, and is now the 6th MSc coming out of the group. Congrats, Po-Han! Po-Han will stay on with the group while he is planning and fleshing out his next career move, so it’s not quite time to say goodbye, yet.
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Atif’s last day in Buffalo

Today was a day of pride, joy, and a good dose of sadness: After being a key member and cornerstone of the group since May 2014, Atif had his last day in Buffalo today! Atif defended his PhD thesis this past May and (more or less) wrapped up some of his projects over the past few months. Tomorrow, he is heading out to Portland (OR) for the next chapter of his academic career, i.e., to start work as a Postdoc for Schroedinger, Inc.. During his graduate studies, Atif has been spearheading the group’s work on the modeling and design of
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Shirish gives final MSc project presentation, becomes 4th MSc of the group

Shirish Sivaraj gave his project presentation titled “ChemBDDB: A Software-Assisted Database Infrastructure for the Exploration of Chemical and Materials Space” today, has thus completed all his degree requirements, and is now the 4th MSc coming out of the group. Congrats, Shirish! Shirish will stay on with the group while he is planning and fleshing out his next career move, so it’s not quite time to say goodbye, yet.
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Johannes wins 2018 NSF CAREER Award

Johannes was today awarded the 2018 NSF CAREER Award for his project titled CAREER: Building an Advanced Cyberinfrastructure for the Data-Driven Design of Chemical Systems and the Exploration of Chemical Space (Award #1751161). The award is made by the Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure (OAC) within the NSF Directorate for Computer and Information Science and Engineering and funded at a level of $560k. The Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) is NSF’s most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty.
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