Paper Bao-Xin Xue, Mario Barbatti*, Pavlo O. Dral*, Machine Learning for Absorption Cross Sections, J. Phys. Chem. A 2020, 124, 7199–7210. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpca.0c05310.Preprint on ChemRxiv, DOI: 10.26434/chemrxiv.12594191. Short overview of the method in a form of LiveSlides: In brief ML-NEA can boost the calculation speed and increase …
Category: Machine Learning in Chemistry
My book chapter shows in a tutorial way how to use machine learning to assist quantum chemistry research.
We introduced hierarchical machine learning (hML) approach for building highly accurate potential energy surfaces from multiple Δ-ML models, each trained on semi-automatically defined training points.
My perspective on the state-of-the-art of machine learning in quantum chemistry and outlook for future developments was published in J. Phys. Chem. Lett.
The mathematical and implementation details of the techniques available in MLatom: A Package for Atomistic Simulations with Machine Learning are reported.
MLatom 1.0 release of my package for atomistic simulations with machine learning is now available.
We demonstrate that deep learning can be used to perform pure machine learning nonadiabatic excited-state dynamics of molecular systems.
Machine learning paves the way for massive simulations of nonadiabatic excited-state molecular dynamics.
Structure-based sampling and self-correcting machine learning is used for precise representation of molecular potential energy surfaces and calculating vibrational levels with spectroscopic accuracy (errors less than 1 cm−1 relative to the reference ab initio spectrum) decreasing the number of required …
A highlight by Jan Jensen about the Δ-ML approach proposed by us  was the most viewed highlight in Computational Chemistry Highlights in 2015. This marks a pleasant ending of the last-year research on improving accuracy of computationally less demanding …