Wiley publishing announces the release of the book “Artificial Intelligence-Guided Design and Property Prediction for Zeolites and Nanoporous Materials”, edited by Germán Sastre, an ITQ researcher, and Frits Daeyaert
Wiley, a leading publisher of scientific and academic literature, releases a new book that explores the potential of artificial intelligence in the design of microporous materials. Under the title “Artificial Intelligence-Guided Design and Property Prediction for Zeolites and Nanoporous Materials”, the manuscript offers a detailed analysis on how AI-based algorithms can help in the synthesis of new materials, in particular zeolites, metal-organic frameworksand porous molecular materials.
The book, edited by Germán Sastre (ITQ researcher) and Frits Daeyaert, consists of 15 chapters that cover key aspects of the subject, including the computational design of new structure directing agents, the generation of hypothetical zeolites, the application of algorithms for artificial intelligence in the design and selection of structures optimized for storage and energy, as well as the structure and utilities of the databases of metal-organic frameworks.
The work highlights that the predictive analysis of the properties and performance of microporous materials greatly benefits from the application of artificial intelligence, allowing a systematic analysis and the creation of models that can be generated by algorithms.
“Artificial Intelligence-Guided Design and Property Prediction for Zeolites and Nanoporous Materials” is essential reading for scientists and experts in the field of materials science seeking to better understand how artificial intelligence can help design innovative and functional microporous materials.
With the publication of this book, Wiley continues his commitment to publishing cutting-edge, innovative research in the field of science and technology, and contributes to the growing literature on the role of artificial intelligence in materials design.