Abstract

The design of chemical-based products and functional materials is vital to modern technologies, yet remains expensive and slow. Artificial intelligence and machine learning offer new approaches to leverage data to overcome these challenges. This review focuses on recent applications of Bayesian optimization (BO) to chemical products and materials including molecular design, drug discovery, molecular modeling, electrolyte design, and additive manufacturing. Numerous examples show how BO often requires an order of magnitude fewer experiments than Edisonian search. The essential equations for BO are introduced in a self-contained primer specifically written for chemical engineers and others new to the area. Finally, the review discusses four current research directions for BO and their relevance to product and materials design.

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