Chemical Engineering researchers develop new AI method for biomaterials discovery
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Before Chemical Engineering doctoral student Soumil Joshi and Assistant Professor Sanket Deshmukh developed their computer assisted analysis tool for polymers, synthesizing new biomaterials was limited. This kind of groundbreaking work is what brought Joshi to Virginia Tech from Mumbai three years ago.
Yeah, So my name is solely Joshi and from Mumbai, India and have, have been a PhD student and adaptation of slab since 2009. This is, in this work we have this new method which is deep learning-based, an attempt allowed us to solve this existing scientific problems. And then there are these materials design probabilites where you know you want to design new Medallia. But then again, you don't have your methods. And that's where you will design and developing methods that allow us to essentially design new materials. So these method development and solving scientific problems, the Guangdong. So most of my projects are based on polymer architectures, some soft material architectures and enduring graphene. And recently we've been referring to the biomolecules side of it. So I'm working on some biomolecular applications. It's not it's, it's a great school late, especially for the chemical industry. Chemical engineering feat. And it is like really reputed for research on polymers, which I'm thankful to be doing. And yeah, so a lot of reasons, most of them being linked. Fabulous, good.