Pedagogical Program

This sections describes the tracks and mobilities organized inside the Erasmus Mundus Master Degree ChEMoinformatics+

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master - ChEMoinformatics+ : General view

General view

Chemoinformatics is a sub-discipline of Theoretical Chemistry. It is engaged with the development, creation, organization, storage, sharing, analysis, visualization and use of chemical information. As such, it requires strong experimental background in chemistry and physical chemistry, but also numerous skills in data science and software programming. Besides, modelling of chemical entities (for instance as graphs, as molecular descriptors, as interacting atoms, as (...)

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Erasmus Mundus Joint Master - ChEMoinformatics+ : Learning outcomes

Learning outcomes

The Erasmus Mundus master degree ChEMoinformatics+ covers all fundamental and applicative aspects of Chemoinformatics. The topics addressed below are considered as the common core present in all tracks: Chemoinformatics Computer coding of chemical structures (1D, 2D and 3D). Molecules as objects of a chemical space. Measures of structures similarity and diversity among molecules. Chemical libraries, databases and data sources. Chemical libraries analysis: (...)

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Erasmus Mundus Joint Master - ChEMoinformatics+ : Pedagogical activities

Pedagogical activities

Chemoinformatics Summer School
The Chemoinformatics Summer School (CS3) is a central piece of the Erasmus Mundus master degree Chemoinformatics+, mandatory for first-year students of the programme, and optional for second-year students. Registration fees are therefore covered for first-year students, whereas second-year students have to fund their participation. It offers advanced lectures from the best worldwide specialists worldwide in the field of ChEMoinformatics. (...)

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