Embark on a visionary exploration of materials science with the eminent physicist and Nobel Prize laureate, Prof. Dr. Konstantin Novoselov, in our upcoming webinar, "Advancements in Materials Design: Tackling Challenges with Novel Strategies."
Prof. Novoselov will unravel the revolutionary landscape of materials innovation, beginning with the pivotal discovery of graphene and extending to cutting-edge two-dimensional materials. A focal point of this presentation lies in the transformative power of artificial intelligence and computational methods, including machine learning, in shaping the future of materials design. Prof. Novoselov will spotlight how these technologies are not just tools but catalysts, propelling us into an era where predictive, data-driven approaches redefine our understanding of materials.
This webinar promises a captivating journey into the synergy of human intellect and computational prowess, unlocking the full potential of materials research and shaping a future where artificial intelligence becomes an indispensable partner in designing groundbreaking materials. Don't miss this opportunity to witness the convergence of science and technology at the forefront of innovation.
Professor Novoselov, a Nobel laureate in Physics, gained renown for discovering graphene at The University of Manchester in 2004. His expertise spans condensed matter physics, mesoscopic physics, and nanotechnology. Consistently since 2014, he has been recognized as one of the world's most cited researchers. As director of the Institute for Functional Intelligent Materials and the Tan Chin Tuan Centennial Professor at the National University of Singapore, Prof. Novoselov advances the frontiers of material science. Additionally, he serves as the Langworthy Professor of Physics and the Royal Society Research Professor at The University of Manchester. With over 400 peer-reviewed publications, his accolades include the Royal Society's Leverhulme Medal, the Carbon Medal, the Dalton Medal, and the John von Neumann Professorship from the John von Neumann Computer Society, among other prestigious awards.
Dr. Nikita Kazeev is a research fellow at the National University of Singapore. He is part of the team of researchers under the Prof. Konstantin Novoselov and has a wealth of experience in running computational research projects, from one-notebook sketches to crunching terabytes of data at CERN
Dr. Flavia Tomarchio, holds a Ph.D. in Engineering and Physics from the University of Cambridge. She has extensive experience in material science, physics, chemistry and advanced materials, with a focus on graphene and other two-dimensional materials in connection with expertise in prototype design, production and characterization (optical, mechanical, and electrical).