Noe, Von Lilienfeld Receive ERC 2017 Consolidator Grants
Among the 2,500 proposals, IPAM affiliates Frank Noe and Anatole von Lilienfeld, along with 327 other top researchers across Europe were awarded the 2017 Consolidator Grants from the European Research Council (ERC) to carry out projects impacting science and beyond. According to the ERC’s website, the research projects proposed by the new grantees cover a wide range of topics in physical sciences and engineering, life sciences, as well as social sciences and humanities. Frank Noe (Free University of Berlin) was a participant in the fall 2017 long program Complex High-Dimensional Energy Landscapes, served as an organizer for one of the workshops, and has been a speaker for numerous other workshops. He will also organize a long program on machine learning for laws for physics. Anatole von Lilienfeld (University of Basel) was a participant and workshop speaker in IPAM’s fall 2016 program, Understanding Many-Particle Systems with Machine Learning and an organizer for IPAM’s spring 2011 long program, Navigating Chemical Compound Space for Materials and Bio Design.
To view a list of all Consolidator Grant recipients please click here.