I obtained my PhD in Computational Chemistry under the guidance of Dr. Chad Risko from University of Kentucky, USA. My PhD research involved accelerating the development of organic electronic materials with the aid of computational chemistry methods. I am one of the lead developers of OCELOT.
Designing of organic materials for electronic applications has followed the Edisonian techniques of trial and error. Such a approach is both time-consuming and expensive. My research involves investigating the correlations in already synthesized materials and proposing new materials with the aid of quantum chemical calculations and machine learning models.
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