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Online lecture: Exploring Generative AI and Machine Learning in Computational Science (13 June)

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Online lecture: Exploring Generative AI and Machine Learning in Computational Science (13 June)

Date: 13 June 2024

Time: 13:00

Where: online

Speaker: M.Sc. Felipe Martínez-Ramírez

As part of the 4EU+ Alliance AI days, this lecture invites students, researchers, and anyone else interested, to engage online on the applications of generative AI and machine learning in academia and computational science. This workshop will cover the latest advancements, practical uses, and future potential of these transformative technologies. Participants will gain insights into how generative AI can enhance research productivity and innovation, as well as explore machine learning techniques crucial for computational science. Depending on time availability, the lecture will also include an interactive hands-on session with a chatbot, providing a practical experience with generative AI tools. Whether you are a seasoned researcher or new to the field, this workshop offers valuable knowledge and skills to harness the power of AI in your academic projects. Join us for a dynamic session of learning, discussion, and collaboration.

About the speaker

Felipe Martínez-Ramírez is a Mexican biologist by profession and holds a French master’s degree in physics. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in the Analytical Chemistry Department at Charles University, specializing in LC-MS method development and validation using computational tools. Felipe has completed prestigious internships abroad, including at the University of Oslo, Norway under the EMBO grant, and the University of Granada, Spain under the Erasmus+ traineeship grant, where he refined his skills in LC-MS method validation and computational science. He has actively participated and presented at international conferences and workshops focused on the use of AI in chemical science. As a team leader and recipient of a 4EU+ student mini-grant, Felipe is currently organizing a workshop on the introduction to computational mass spectrometry and the application of AI tools in science.

Join us online!

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to learn from an expert in the field and discover how generative AI and machine learning can revolutionize your research and academic projects. Join the lecture online via Zoom.

Felipe's presentation is available here