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Supervised Machine Learning Models for Predicting Chemical Properties

M. Natália D. S. Cordeiro is an Associate Professor of Chemistry at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Porto (Portugal) and now heads the Chemistry Material Modelling research group at the Associated Laboratory

Beyond Reality: AR, VR, and the Evolution of Immersive Experiences

Dr. Thotreingam Kasar, currently the Director of EDspire Research Centre, previously served as Chief Research Officer at Robotguru Education Technologies Pvt Ltd (2021-2023). He played a key role in fostering collaborations between industry and academia, shaping curriculum strategies, and pioneering HoloWorld experiential 3D learning content for computer, mobile, AR and VR devices.

Consequences of Machine Learning on Structural Protein Biology

Ratul Chowdhury is an assistant professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering at Iowa State University.