Intellegens at CHEMUK 2022
Intellegens will attend the CHEMUK 20202 exhibition in Birmingham on 11-12 May, and our CTO Dr Gareth Conduit will speak in the conference sessions.
We’ll be showing how machine learning can enable the design of formulations, materials, and chemicals, and help to develop and optimise chemical processes. Find new solutions with far fewer experiments and acelerate innovation.
Connect with us in advance to arrange a meeting – or find us on stand D49 in the exhibition.
Date: 11 May, 2022
Time: 12:00 – 12:20
Location: Stage 4
Applied machine learning to accelerate development of formulations and chemical processes
Dr Gareth Conduit, CTO, Intellegens
We’ll discuss, with case study examples, the application of machine learning to accelerate discovery and development of formulations, chemicals, and chemical processes. Design and optimisation for these products and processes is time-consuming and expensive, with a high reliance on experimentation. Machine learning has potential for a dramatic speed-up, by narrowing-down the number of experiments required to find a solution to a much higher degree than conventional experimental design techniques. Machine learning also finds solutions that other approaches may miss. But there are some practical barriers. Machine learning often fails when faced with real-world, sparse, noisy experimental data. In this talk, we will introduce Alchemite™, advanced deep learning software that overcomes this sparse data challenge, and review case studies of its use for applications including chemical processes, ink formulations, fragrances, drug discovery, plastics, and additive manufacturing.
- Alchemite™ for Chemistry and Chemical Processes
- Alchemite™ for Formulation Design
- Ink reformulation with Domino Printing Sciences
- Designing catalysts with Johnson Matthey
- An overview of the Alchemite™ Technology
- Case studies
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