Erik Henning Thiede

About Me

I am a postdoctoral scholar studying theoretical and computational chemistry. This means that, theoretically, I can both use computers and do chemistry. I received my PhD working with Profs. Aaron Dinner and Jonathan Weare working on enhanced sampling algorithms.

Currently, I am appointed at the University of Chicago and a long-term visiting scholar at the Flatiron Institute. I am working with Prof. Risi Kondor on developing new machine learning architectures for molecular systems. This work is in close collaboration with Prof. Frank Noé at Freie Universität Berlin.

Current Projects

Selected Publications