Digital Chemistry at Imperial College London - UCAS

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Course summary

Explore how the practice of chemistry is undergoing a revolution on this Master's course. You'll learn how chemistry study is being transformed as a result of advances in automation, artificial intelligence, and big data. You'll also analyse how digital molecular design will transform synthesis and fabrication from small molecules to materials and vaccines. This course will develop your appreciation of computational modelling. You'll investigate the means by which it allows for predictive insights into the behaviour of complex molecules and systems, and how it can be used to monitor parallel experiments in real-time. Delivered primarily online, your studies will build towards a research project conducted either remotely or on campus. You can study the course fully online, or carry out the final term research project on campus at Imperial College London. You'll choose from a broad range of projects within the Digital Chemistry remit and build your expertise in implementing machine learning strategies.

Entry requirements

2:1 in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering. We also accept a wide variety of international qualifications.

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Digital Chemistry at Imperial College London - UCAS