In a recent article published in Frontiers in Physics, we introduce QD3SET-1, a database consisting of 8 data sets that provide the time-evolved population and coherence dynamics for two widely studied systems: the so-called spin-boson model and FMO complex. The …

QD3SET-1: A Database with Quantum Dissipative Dynamics Data Sets Read more »

We have got many interesting submissions to the Special Issue ‘Artificial Intelligence in Computational Chemistry’ and some papers are already online. Many authors requested more time for submission, so we are pleased to extend it to two more months. There …

Submissions to Special Issue ‘Artificial Intelligence in Computational Chemistry’ is extended to September 30! Read more »

We improved (p)KREG models for an accurate representation of molecular potential energy surfaces (PESs) by including gradient information explicitly in their formalism. Our models are better or on par with other state-of-the-art machine learning models as we show on extensive …

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Alkyne-embedding [11]cycloparaphenylene ([11]CPPs) was functionalized with electron-donating, -neutral, and -withdrawing aryl substituents to yield a series of nanolassos via click chemistry. We used our state-of-the-art, artificial intelligence-enhanced quantum mechanical method 1 (AIQM1) to thoroughly analyze the electronic and photophysical properties of these …

Large Cycloparaphenylene Nanolassos Characterized with AIQM1 Read more »

In our work published in the Journal of Chemical Physics, we investigate the performance of AIQM1 on reaction barrier heights. Our benchmark results show that, with the built-in uncertainty quantification, the accuracy of confident AIQM1 predictions outperforms its baseline ODM2* method, …

Evaluating AIQM1 on Reaction Barrier Heights Read more »

Recently, Machine Learning (ML) is increasingly used for fast and accurate propagation of quantum dissipative dynamics including our works for the two-state system and seven-site FMO complex. The studies carried out so far demonstrated the use of different ML models …

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Mario Barbatti, his group and collaborators published an update on Newton-X – a popular open-source platform for surface hopping and nuclear ensembles. An update include extension of the Newton-X platform to supervised (with our MLatom platform) and unsupervised learning (with ulamdyn). The paper is also open access and appeared in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation.