Roland St. Michel

Roland St. Michel

Graduate Student

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Roland joined the group in November 2022 as a Ph.D. student in materials science and engineering. He graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelors of Engineering in Materials Science and Engineering. During his undergradatuate education, he worked for the Wolverton group at Northwestern, on a project to machine learn the difference of formation energy between SCAN and PBE functionals. This is where he became interested in using machine learning.

  • machine learning
  • density functional theory
  • materials discovery
  • BE in Materials Science and Engineering, 2022

    Cornell University


  1. Leveraging natural language processing to curate the tmCAT, tmPHOTO, tmBIO, and tmSCO datasets of functional transition metal complexes (2024)