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Four Generations of Neural Network Potentials

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  • UserJörg Behler, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen World_link
  • ClockMonday 14 February 2022, 14:00-14:30
  • HouseVenue to be confirmed.

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Zoom details: https://zoom.us/j/92447982065?pwd=RkhaYkM5VTZPZ3pYSHptUXlRSkppQT09

A lot of progress has been made in recent years in the development of machine learning potentials (MLP) for atomistic simulations [1]. Neural network potentials (NNPs), which have been introduced more than two decades ago [2], are an important class of MLPs. While the first generation of NNPs has been restricted to small molecules with only a few degrees of freedom, the second generation extended the applicability of MLPs to high-dimensional systems containing thousands of atoms by constructing the total energy as a sum of environment-dependent atomic energies [3]. Long-range electrostatic interactions can be included in third-generation NNPs employing environment-dependent charges [4], but only recently limitations of this locality approximation could be overcome by the introduction of fourth-generation NNPs [5,6], which are able to describe non-local charge transfer using a global charge equilibration step. In this talk an overview about the evolution of high-dimensional neural network potentials will be given along with typical applications in large-scale atomistic simulations.

[1] J. Behler, J. Chem. Phys. 145 (2016) 170901.

[2] T. B. Blank, S. D. Brown, A. W. Calhoun, and D. J. Doren, J. Chem. Phys. 103 (1995) 4129.

[3] J. Behler and M. Parrinello, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98 (2007) 146401.

[4] N. Artrith, T. Morawietz, J. Behler, Phys. Rev. B 83 (2011) 153101.

[5] S. A. Ghasemi, A. Hofstetter, S. Saha and S. Goedecker, Phys. Rev. B 92 (2015) 045131.

[6] T. W. Ko, J. A. Finkler, S. Goedecker, J. Behler, Nature Comm. 12 (2021) 398.

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