On Friday 10th of December, Dylan has successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled Computational exploration of host-guest complexes.
This work has been carried out within the NOAH ITN project (https://www.noah-itn.eu/) under the co-supervision of Xavi and Prof. Valerie Heitz from Strasbourgh university.
During his thesis, Dylan has participated in the SAMPL challenges, predicting host-guest complex binding affinities. Combining semiempirical quantum mechamical methods and machine learning approaches to perform accurate binding free energy predictions. Moreover he participated in the synthesis of a host during his secondment in Strasbourgh.

Congratulations for the amazing work Dr. Serillon!