Nongnuch Artrith is a Research Scientist in Chemical Engineering at Columbia University partially funded by the Center for Functional Nanomaterials at Brookhaven National Lab. Nong received her PhD in Theoretical Chemistry from Ruhr University Bochum, Germany (Prof. Jörg Behler). She was awarded a Schlumberger fellowship for postdoctoral research at MIT with Prof. Alexie Kolpak and subsequently joined Prof. Gerbrand Ceder’s group at UC Berkeley as a research specialist. Nong applies computational methods to understand and design realistic materials for energy storage and clean-water applications. A specific research focus is on amorphous and nanostructured interfaces in batteries. To enable the atomistic modeling of such complex systems, she develops novel machine-learning methods and tools that are shared with the scientific community (http://ann.atomistic.net). In 2019, she has been named a Scialog Fellow for Advanced Energy Storage.