6th Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry Symposium
6th RSC-BMCS / RSC-CICAG Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry
Monday-Tuesday, 4th – 5th September 2023
Churchill College, Cambridge
Important links and downloads
Twitter hashtag – #AIChem23
To Register for the meeting, click here
To Exhibit/Sponsor meeting, click here
To download first announcement poster, click here
Click here to download RSC-BMCS bursary application form
Click here to download RSC-CICAG bursary application form
Artificial Intelligence is experiencing a renaissance in the development of new methods and practical applications to ongoing challenges in Chemistry. Following the successes of five 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 advances in AI and machine learning in Chemistry. The meeting will be held over two days and combine aspects of artificial intelligence and deep machine learning methods to applications in chemistry. The programme will include a mixture of keynote talks, panel discussion, oral presentations, flash presentations, posters and opportunities for open debate, networking and discussion.
Who should attend
This meeting will be of interest to scientists of any level of experience from academia and industry
Call for Posters / Abstracts
Abstract submissions are now closed!
There will be three prizes for the best posters:
Industry prize – Sponsored by Reaction Chemistry & Engineering journal;
Academia Prize – Sponsored by PCCP journal and Molecular Systems Design & Engineering journal;
People’s Prize – Digital Discovery journal;
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.
The RSC-BMCS and RSC-CICAG are offering a small number of bursaries to attend the meeting in person. Applications are open to PhD and post-doctoral applicants studying at academic institutions or non-profit institutions. Preference will be given to members of the RSC-BMCS and RSC-CICAG. Bursary applications are also invited from RSC or EFMC members who are of working age, but currently unemployed, and from those who may have difficulty in funding themselves or whose organisations may have difficulty in funding their attendance. The bursary value for this event is up to £700 and applicants have to fill either an RSC-BMCS or RSC-CICAG application form. The bursary application closing date is 14th July.
Please click here to download RSC-BMCS bursary application form
Please click here to download RSC-CICAG bursary application form
Registration is now open, click here to register
In person registration fees
RSC Member* £340
RSC Student ** Member* (Undergraduate and post-graduate) £175
Student** Non-Member (Undergraduate and post-graduate) £230
Online attendance registration fees
RSC Member* £225
RSC Student ** Member* (Undergraduate and post-graduate) £115
Student** Non-Member (Undergraduate and post-graduate) £152
* Member is a paid-up member of the RSC
** Student rates apply to undergraduate and post-graduate students only, but not post-doctoral students.
Bookings are now open, click here to sponsor or exhibit at the meeting
Exhibition stand package includes:
– A six-foot trestle table and chair(s);
– Access to electricity and Wi-fi;
– Logo inclusion in pdf delegate handbook and rolling slides;
– Exhibitors promotional page in the pdf delegate handbook;
– Logo included in the communication emails to delegates;
– One exhibitor stand staff with access to the technical sessions and Conference dinner (excluding accommodation)
We are also seeking sponsorship from organisations supporting the low registration fees offered to students. You can support and sponsor this meeting by clicking the booking link above.
Andrew White, University of Rochester and VIAL, US
Heather Kulik, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
Kathryn Furnival, AstraZeneca, UK
Laksh Aithani, Charm Therapeutics, UK
Michael Bronstein, University of Oxford, UK
Michelle Gill, NVIDIA, US
Noor Shaker, Glamorous AI and X-Chem, UK
Jacqui Cole, University of Cambridge, UK
We are grateful to our confirmed sponsors for their valued support.
We are grateful to our confirmed exhibitors for their valued support.
Scientific Organising Committee
Nathan Brown, Healx
Samantha Hughes, AstraZeneca (Co-Chair)
Kim Jelfs, Imperial College London
Garrett M. Morris, University of Oxford (Co-Chair)
Chris Swain, Cambridge MedChem Consulting (Interim Treasurer)
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