ChemAI poster prizes for T. van Heesch and J. Dijkman


During the fully sold-out ChemAI event, which was co-organized by Bernd Ensing, Computational Chemistry had the chance to share its work with the academic and industrial communities. The work of our PhDs and Postdocs was showcased during the poster session. While everyone received a lot of well-deserved attention, two group members stood out: Jacobus received […]

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Former group visitor O. Esquivias obtains his PhD in Barcelona


Under the supervision of Prof. Carme Rovira, Oriol Esquivias Bautista de Lisbona, a former visitor in the group of Bernd Ensing, has obtained his PhD from the University of Barcelona with the higher possible note, i.e., “excellent”. During his stay in our group, Oriol worked on combining quantum mechanics/molecular mechanics modelling with path-metadynamics to elucidate […]

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Alberto Pérez de Alba Ortíz appointed as assistant professor


Dr Alberto Pérez de Alba Ortíz has been appointed as assistant professor in Computational Soft Matter, affiliated both to the van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences and the Informatics Institute. Using machine learning- and free energy-based strategies, he aims to design novel living-like materials with tunable and responsive properties. Such materials promise solutions for […]

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2 PhD vacancies Computational Chemistry and AI


In collaboration with Microsoft Research Amsterdam we are actively looking for a PhD candidates for projects on the crossroads between Computational Chemistry and AI. Full posting on the ACMM website

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