MARVEL researchers feature heavily in CHIMIA issue on artificial intelligence
Carey Sargent, EPFL, NCCR MARVEL
Accounting for four of the ten scientific articles it featured, CHIMIA, the journal of the Swiss Chemical Society, relied heavily on material from NCCR MARVEL researchers for its recent special edition on Artificial Intelligence in Swiss Chemical Research.
Professor Clemence Corminboeuf, along with colleagues including doctoral student Alberto Fabrizio and post-doc Benjamin Meyer, also MARVEL members, contributed an article entitled Quantum Chemistry Meets Machine Learning. In it, they show how statistical learning approaches can be leveraged across a range of different quantum chemical areas to transform the scaling, nature, and complexity of the problems they face.
Professor Michele Ceriotti and doctoral student Félix Musil contributed the article Machine Learning at the Atomic Scale, a review in which they discuss recent progress in the field, focusing in particular on the problem of representing an atomic configuration in a mathematically robust and computationally efficient way.
Professor Anatole von Lilienfeld and a colleague contributed with Operator Quantum Machine Learning: Navigating the Chemical Space of Response Properties, a paper that explains, reviews and discusses the recently introduced operator formalism, which substantially improves the data efficiency for quantum machine learning models of common response properties.
Finally, Teodoro Laino contributed with colleagues a paper entitled Data-driven Chemical Reaction Prediction and Retrosynthesis. In it, they review different approaches to predicting forward reactions and retrosynthesis, with a strong focus on data-driven ones.
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