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An AI-toolkit to develop and share research into new materials

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The author would like to acknowledge the other key players in developing the NOMAD-Laboratory infrastructure: Fawzi Mohamed (concept and implementation of MetaInfo); Markus Scheidgen (design and implementation of the Repository & Archive); Matthias Scheffler, Angelo Ziletti, Luigi Sbailò and Ádám Fekete (concept, design and implementation of the AI-toolkit) . Finally, Matthias Scheffler and Claudia Draxl for the conception and leadership of the NOMAD Laboratory.

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Ghiringhelli, L.M. An AI-toolkit to develop and share research into new materials. Nat Rev Phys 3, 724 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42254-021-00373-8

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