Anatole von Lilienfeld

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Atomization energies are an important measure of chemical stability. Machine learning is used to model atomization energies of a diverse set of organic molecules, based on nuclear charges and atomic positions only [1]. Our scheme maps the problem of solving the molecular time-independent Schrödinger equation onto a non-linear statistical regression problem.(More)
The accurate prediction of molecular energetics in chemical compound space is a crucial ingredient for rational compound design. The inherently graph-like, non-vectorial nature of molecular data gives rise to a unique and difficult machine learning problem. In this paper, we adopt a learning-from-scratch approach where quantum-mechanical molecular energies(More)
Computational de novo design of new drugs and materials requires rigorous and unbiased exploration of chemical compound space. However, large uncharted territories persist due to its size scaling combinatorially with molecular size. We report computed geometric, energetic, electronic, and thermodynamic properties for 134k stable small organic molecules made(More)
We present a rigorous description of chemical space within a molecular grand-canonical ensemble multi-component density functional theory framework. A total energy density functional for chemical compounds in contact with an electron and a proton bath is introduced using Lagrange multipliers which correspond to the energetic response to changes of the(More)
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