CCLS Webinar: Experimental challenges in drug design and discovery optimization
- Tuesday 20 April 2021
Experimental challenges in drug design and discovery optimization
Evaluating candidate solutions by conducting an experiment, e.g. a physical, biological or chemical experiment, can be expensive, time-consuming and resource intense. Drug development is a prime example where optimization relies on experiments. This talk will provide an overview of some non-standard challenges arising due to experiments, such as non-homogeneous per-objective evaluation times in a multi-objective problem, dynamic resource constraints, and non-static drug libraries in a drug discovery problem. Some existing techniques to cope with these challenges will be introduced, and, finally, promising areas of future work discussed.
For a link to the meeting, please contact Chris Flinterman.