Andrew

White

Chemical Engineering

University of Rochester

Application Areas

Drugs
Artificial intelligence

Bio

Andrew White is an associate professor at the University of Rochester in Chemical Engineering where he works on applying AI and molecular simulation to design of materials and peptides. He and his group have made advances in uniting physics-based and ML models, explainability of AI, multiscale modeling, federated learning, and active learning. Andrew White received a BS from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a PhD from the University of Washington, both chemical engineering. Dr. White worked was a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute for Biophysical Dynamics at University of Chicago.

Research Interests

  • AI-directed design of molecules and materials
  • XAI
  • active learning
  • federated learning
  • graph neural networks

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