4th Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry Symposium
4th RSC-BMCS / RSC-CICAG Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry
Monday-Tuesday, 27th-28th September 2021
A virtual event
Downloads and Links
AI – first announcement
Abstract template – closing dates are 30th June (oral) and 13th August (poster)
Online registration – to pay by card
Registration form – to pay by bank transfer
Twitter hashtag – #AIChem21
Artificial Intelligence is presently experiencing a renaissance in development of new methods and practical applications to ongoing challenges in Chemistry. Following the successes of three annual “Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry” meetings starting in 2018, we are pleased to announce that the Biological & Medicinal Chemistry Sector (BMCS) and Chemical Information & Computer Applications Group (CICAG) of the Royal Society of Chemistry are once again organising a conference to present the current efforts in applying these new methods. The meeting will be held over two days and combine aspects of artificial intelligence and deep machine learning methods to applications in chemistry.
Who should attend
This meeting will be of interest to scientists of any level of experience from academia and industry.
Features of the Meeting
There will be a mix of plenary and keynote talks, and we will include some lightning poster talks and breakout rooms to chat with the poster presenters and exhibitors.
Call for Abstracts
Applications are invited for both oral and poster presentation. Posters will be displayed throughout the day and, at the time of submission, applicants are asked if they wish to provide a two-minute lightning oral presentation. The closing dates for submissions are 30th June for oral and 13th August for poster presentations.
Please download this abstract template.
AI for molecular design, past, present and future
Ola Engkvist, AstraZeneca, SE
Exploring molecular space and accelerating drug discovery with MegaMolBART, a transformer-based generative model
Michelle Gill, NVIDIA, US
Challenges and opportunities for machine learning in drug discovery
Patrick Walters, Relay Therapeutics, US
£40 Member* of the RSC
£20 Student** member, unemployed member, retired member
£30 Student** non-member, unemployed non-member, retired non-member
* Member is a paid-up member of the RSC
** Student rates apply to undergraduate and post-graduate students only, but not post-doctoral students. They do not apply to students in paid employment.
Want to become a member?
To join the RSC in order to qualify for discounted registration fees at all RSC, please follow this RSC link.
A maximum of six Exhibitor Sponsor packages are available, charged at £300, and each comprises:
– a web-link and contact link on this page
– a web-linked logo in the delegate handbook
– a full promotional page in the delegate handbook
– a logo in the rolling slides
– opportunity to provide a pre-recorded, five-minute maximum speaker slot (promotional video) for inclusion in the speaker programme and for upload to this web-page (.mp4 format only).
– one full delegate participation including delegate networking.
Confirmed Exhibitor Sponsors will be listed below with a preferred web-link, a contact link, and at a later date a promotional video link.
Confirmed Exhibitor Sponsors are listed below with a preferred web-link and a contact link. At a later date a promotional video link will also be provided.
– Pharmacelera, contact is Enric Herrero
– CCDC, contact is Ezekiel Mariam
We are grateful to our sponsor below, and additional sponsors are encouraged to support this event.
Nathan Brown, BenevolentAI (co-chairman)
Garrett Morris, University of Oxford (co-chairman)
Samantha Hughes, AstraZeneca (co-chairman)
Chris Swain, Cambridge MedChem Consulting
Mary Wheldon, University of Dundee (treasurer)