Last week Professor Evgeny Pidko visited SCM!
He talked about the research they are doing on Chemistry automation in the Inorganic Systems Engineering (ISE) Group at TU Delft. One of their goals is the integration of heterogeneous catalysis theory and experiment.
Check out their publications about ReNeGate, A Reaction Network Graph-Theoretical Tool for Automated Mechanistic Studies in Computational Homogeneous Catalysis, and ChemSPAX, for the exploration of chemical space by automated functionalization of molecular scaffold.
Thanks for the visit Evgeny!
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