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  1. Abstract

    Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) exhibit great promise for CO2capture. However, finding the best performing materials poses computational and experimental grand challenges in view of the vast chemical space of potential building blocks. Here, we introduce GHP-MOFassemble, a generative artificial intelligence (AI), high performance framework for the rational and accelerated design of MOFs with high CO2adsorption capacity and synthesizable linkers. GHP-MOFassemble generates novel linkers, assembled with one of three pre-selected metal nodes (Cu paddlewheel, Zn paddlewheel, Zn tetramer) into MOFs in a primitive cubic topology. GHP-MOFassemble screens and validates AI-generated MOFs for uniqueness, synthesizability, structural validity, uses molecular dynamics simulations to study their stability and chemical consistency, and crystal graph neural networks and Grand Canonical Monte Carlo simulations to quantify their CO2adsorption capacities. We present the top six AI-generated MOFs with CO2capacities greater than 2m mol g−1, i.e., higher than 96.9% of structures in the hypothetical MOF dataset.

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  2. Abstract

    We introduce an end-to-end computational framework that allows for hyperparameter optimization using theDeepHyperlibrary, accelerated model training, and interpretable AI inference. The framework is based on state-of-the-art AI models includingCGCNN,PhysNet,SchNet,MPNN,MPNN-transformer, andTorchMD-NET. We employ these AI models along with the benchmarkQM9,hMOF, andMD17datasets to showcase how the models can predict user-specified material properties within modern computing environments. We demonstrate transferable applications in the modeling of small molecules, inorganic crystals and nanoporous metal organic frameworks with a unified, standalone framework. We have deployed and tested this framework in the ThetaGPU supercomputer at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, and in the Delta supercomputer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications to provide researchers with modern tools to conduct accelerated AI-driven discovery in leadership-class computing environments. We release these digital assets as open source scientific software in GitLab, and ready-to-use Jupyter notebooks in Google Colab.

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