Publication in Scientific Data – Nature
At [AMD] we created the RedDB, a database of 31,618 molecules that could potentially be used in future redox-flow batteries. These batteries hold great promise for energy storage. Among other things, we used artificial intelligence and physics-based simulations on supercomputers to identify the molecules’ properties. Today, the results have been published in the Scientific Data journal. In addition, we shared the entire database and source code openly. Lastly, a public news item is available at the DIFFER website.