Dr Veselina Marinova receives the Young Scientist Award of the British Association of Crystal Growth
26 March 2021
Dr Veselina Marinova has been awarded the 2021 Young Scientist Award from the British Association of Crystal Growth for her doctoral work on modelling the impact of conformational complexity on the crystal growth of organic materials. Veselina graduated in 2020 from the Molecular Modelling and Engineering group on a project co-funded by Pfizer UK. Veselina is now a postdoctoral researcher in material science at the University of Sheffield within the Crystallization in the Real World EPSRC Program grant. Veselina will present her work "Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Ibuprofen Conformational Isomerism at the Crystal/Solution Interface" during the BACG Annual Lecture and Medal Talk session at the 2021 BACG/BCA joint annual meeting.
You can read more about Veselina's work below:
- Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Ibuprofen Conformational Isomerism at the Crystal/Solution Interface
- Solvent Dynamics and Thermodynamics at the Crystal–Solution Interface of Ibuprofen
- Modeling the thermodynamics ofconformational isomerism in solution viaunsupervised clustering
- Time-independent free energies from metadynamics via mean force integration