The National Science Foundation has generously provided funding for young scientists to gain research experiences in computational chemistry and machine learning. The virtual research experience will encourage community college students to participate in cutting-edge research, where students will learn how to apply computational chemistry tools to solve real research problems. This 6-week research experience is unique because it will include community college students near and far from Boston, the locus of the Lopez research group at Northeastern University. Selected students will first learn the basics of modern computational and data-driven techniques for exciting discovery applications in drug discovery, materials chemistry, and photomedicine. Interested students should click on the FAQ and Application tab to learn more and apply to our program!
All students will have the opportunity to present their research at an undergraduate research conference at the Colorado School of Mines (Golden, CO) on July 31 2023.
Students will have the opportunity to network with each other, Northeastern undergraduate, and graduate students.
The Lopez group has close ties with national organizations such as the Alliance for Diversity in Science and Engineering (ADSE) and the American Chemical Society.