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Exploiting Machine Learning in Multiscale Modelling of Materials

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posted on 2023-05-24, 14:57 authored by G. Anand, Swarnava Ghosh, Liwei Zhang, Angesh AnupamAngesh Anupam, Colin L. Freeman, Christoph Ortner, Markus Eisenbach, James R. Kermode

 Recent developments in efficient machine learning algorithms have spurred significant interest in the materials community. The inherently complex and multiscale problems in Materials Science and Engineering pose a formidable challenge. The present scenario of machine learning research in Materials Science has a clear lacunae, where efficient algorithms are being developed as a separate endeavour, while such methods are being applied as ‘black-box’ models by others. The present article aims to discuss pertinent issues related to the development and application of machine learning algorithms for various aspects of multiscale materials modelling. The authors present an overview of machine learning of equivariant properties, machine learning-aided statistical mechanics, the incorporation of ab initio approaches in multiscale models of materials processing and application of machine learning in uncertainty quantification. In addition to the above, the applicability of Bayesian approach for multiscale modelling will be discussed. Critical issues related to the multiscale materials modelling are also discussed. 


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Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series D




Anand, G., Ghosh, S., Zhang, L., Anupam, A., Freeman, C.L., Ortner, C., Eisenbach, M. and Kermode, J.R. (2022) 'Exploiting Machine Learning in Multiscale Modelling of Materials', Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series D, pp.1-11. doi: 10.1007/s40033-022-00424-z

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