Dr. Ada Sedova is a researcher in the Biophysics Group at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, with an affiliation in the Computational Chemistry and Nanomaterials Sciences Group. Ada was a CSEEN Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Scientific Computing Group at NCCS, ORNL, and a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Chemistry, University at Albany. She received her PhD in Biomedical Sciences with focuses on computational biophysics, biophysical chemistry and structural bioinformatics from the joint program at the NY State Department of Health/Wadsworth Center–University at Albany’s Biomedical Sciences Department. She also received a Masters in Mathematics from the University at Albany’s Department of Mathematics and Statistics with a research focus on stochastic processes in physics and chemistry. Her work focuses on computational work using high-performance scientific computing programs for simulation and analysis and performance portability.
Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence