This project aims to generate "Artificial Intelligence in Chemical Reaction Design Discovery" (AICReDD) that predicts "the whole picture of the behavior of atoms" in chemical reactions and suggests useful and unknown chemical reactions one after another. This will be done by integrating technologies in computational chemistry, information science, and materials informatics.
Project Assistant Professor, Hiroki Hayashi won the Asian Core Program (ACP) Lectureship Award at the 16th International Conference on Cutting-Edge Organic Chemistry in Asia (ICCEOCA-16)held in Singapore on December 1-4th.
The ERATO Special Session was held at Theory and applications in computational chemistry 2023 in Sapporo from September 4 to 9, Professor Satoshi Maeda, Professor Satoru Iwata, Professor Tsuyoshi Mita, Associate Professor Yu Harabuchi, and Assistant Professor Wataru Matsuoka presented the research results of the ERATO project.
ERATO research on the prediction of retrosynthetic pathways selected for inaugural JACS Au Outstanding Paper Award