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e3nn
for the Scientific Machine Learning Mini-Course hosted by CMU, November 5, 2020.e3nn
for the Machine learning in Physics, Chemistry and Materials discussion group (MLDG) at the University of Cambridge, November 9, 2020.This tutorial uses a combination of slides and interactive jupyter notebooks using the e3nn
framework to present fundamental concepts about Euclidean equivariant neural networks: data types, equivariant operations, how symmetry effects simple tasks, and how to construct the building blocks of e3nn
. This tutorial was originally presented at IPAM at UCLA on November 14, 2019.
e3nn
: A framework for Euclidean symmetry equivariant neural networksConvolutional neural networks for point clouds and voxels with Euclidean symmetries (3D translation and 3D rotation). The current code is a merger of the work from Tensor field networks and 3D Steerable CNNs.
Zhantao Chen, Nina Andrejevic, Tess Smidt, Zhiwei Ding, Yen-Ting Chi, Quynh T. Nguyen, Ahmet Alatas, Jing Kong, Mingda Li, arXiv (2020). arXiv:2009.05163
Tess E. Smidt, ChemRxiv (2020). DOI:10.26434/chemrxiv.12935198
Benjamin Kurt Miller, Mario Geiger, Tess E. Smidt, Frank Noé, arXiv (2020). arXiv:2008.08461
Tess E. Smidt, Mario Geiger, and Benjamin Kurt Miller, arXiv (2020). arXiv:2007.02005
code: (notebook / html)
Maserati, L. et al, Materials Horizons (2020). DOI:10.1039/C9MH01917K
Smidt, T.E., Mack, S.A., Reyes-Lillo, S.E. et al. Sci Data 7, 72 (2020).
code:
pymatgen.analysis.ferroelectricity /
atomate…workflow…ferroelectric
data:
ferroelectric_search_site
figshare data deposit
code: paper repo / recent – e3nn