Please find below our latest newsletter, with news and events linked to the MARVEL community. This month, learn about the first time that an unpaired electronic Weyl point has been observed experimentally and the first time that electronic topological Weyl nodal walls/surfaces have been experimentally reported in crystalline solids. Read too about how using a machine learning approach that combines high-dimensional neural network potentials and Δ-learning reduces the cost of modelling while retaining accuracy in (QM)ML/MM molecular dynamics simulations of condensed-phase systems. You will also learn about the development of a machine-learning model that can predict a compound’s oxidation state.
We are also excited to announce the brand new Scientific Computing, Theory, and Data research division at the Paul Scherrer Institute, established in collaboration with MARVEL and EPFL.
We wish you a wonderful summer, and hope that we will be able to carefully return to more and more in-person events in the coming months.