Digital Discovery First Issue Desktop Seminars

Update: The webinar on Thursday, March 24th has been cancelled due to exceptional circumstances. We apologize for any inconvenience. However, the webinar on Tuesday, March 29th will occur as scheduled.

The first issue of Digital Discovery is coming soon, and to mark the occasion we are excited to announce two desktop seminars. These free 90 minute seminars will feature the authors and editors of Digital Discovery and discuss the exciting experimental and computational work being performed to accelerate scientific progress.

Please see below for the seminars’ details, including scheduled times, featured speakers, and links to registration.

If you are unable to attend during their scheduled times but are still interested, simply register and you will receive the recorded seminars afterwards.


Tuesday, March 29th – 18:00 BST (1:00 PM EDT/10:00 AM PDT)

Professor Alán Aspuru-Guzik

University of Toronto, Canada

Editor-in-Chief, Digital Discovery

Title: “Computer Vision for Self-Driving Labs.”

Andrea Angulo

New York University, USA

Title: “Leveraging Machine Learning Approaches to Optimize Organic Electrosynthesis.”

Professor Lilo D. Pozzo

University of Washington, USA

Editorial Board Member, Digital Discovery

Title: “Materials Acceleration for All through Open Hardware.”

Additional Information

Register for Tuesday, March 29th




Thursday, March 24th – 9:00 UTC (5:00 AM EDT/2:00 AM PDT)


Professor Yuya Oaki

Keio University, Japan

Title: “Sparse modeling for small data (SpM-S) toward digital discovery in chemistry and materials science.”

Professor Ekaterina V. Skorb

ITMO University, Russia

Editorial Board Member, Digital Discovery

Title: “Digital Discovery at Infochemistry Scientific Center of ITMO University.”

Professor Evgeny A. Pidko

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

Title: “High throughput computational screening and reaction network analysis for homogeneous catalysis with transition metal complexes.”

Additional Information

Register for Thursday, March 24th

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