Jean-Philip Piquemal

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Jean-Philip Piquemal (born 21 May 1976 in Paris) is a French theoretical chemist[1] and Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Sorbonne Université[2] in Paris. He is the Director of the Laboratoire de Chimie Théorique(2018-present), a joint Sorbonne Université and CNRS[3] research center dedicated to theoretical & computational Chemistry. His research is performed in strong interdisciplinary interaction with applied mathematics and high performance computing. He is known for the development of the massively Tinker-HP[4][5][6] molecular dynamics simulation package. He received the International Journal of Quantum Chemistry-Wiley Young Investigator Award in 2011[7], the Atos-Fourier Prize[8][9] in 2018 (High Performance Computing) and is Principal Investigator of the Extreme-Scale Mathematics-based Computational Chemistry European Research Council Synergy project [10](2019-2026). He has been junior Member of the Institut Universitaire de France from 2016 to 2021.[11] He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry[12] since 2022. In 2022, he was nominated as part of the 100 french innovators of the year[13] by the french newspaper Le Point.


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