Session: Industrial Data-Science Applications I
Natural language processing of biochemical languages - toward more generalizable protein-compound interaction prediction models
Elif Ozkirimli,Head of Computational Science Products, Roche
PhD: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Purdue University, USA, 2006
MS: Chemical Engineering, Boğaziçi University, Turkey, 1998
BS: Chemical Engineer - Rusging Boğaziçi University, Turkey, 1996
Research Interests: Protein Structure, Function and Interactions; Computational systems biology
What Artificial Intelligence really Is, and how it will change the chemical process industry
Detlef Hohl, Shell
I intend to convey that AI is not just “everything that computers can do”, a misconception that I hear all the time in the chemical sector.
Detlef Hohl is Chief Scientist for Computation and Data Science in Shell Research and also Adjunct Professor at Rice University (Computational and Applied Mathematics) and University of Houston (Computer Science). He has executed and managed many projects in computational materials science, geoscience and petroleum engineering in Shell. He earned his M.Sc. in Chemistry from the Technical University of Munich and his Ph.D. in Physics from RWTH Aachen University.