In the recent years, machine learning became a fundamental tool for scientific discovery, and drastically transformed all scientific areas. Nowadays machine learning enables to accelerate and improve conventional methods in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology to answer fundamental questions, and to take full advantage of the advent of Big Data. The data-driven nature of machine learning also fosters open science and interdisciplinary collaboration, driving a major paradigm shift.

We are a vibrant consortium of labs at the University of Ottawa focusing on deeply interconnected, yet distinguished fields of research where machine learning plays a pivotal role. We develop machine learning methods for scientific discovery from pen-and-paper to scientific computing, to deal with a broad range of challenges in mathematics, quantum physics, chemistry and drug discovery.

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Research Funding

We gratefully acknowledge support from: