The Open MatSci ML Toolkit: A Flexible Framework for Machine Learning in Materials Science

Santiago Miret, Kin Long Kelvin Lee, Carmelo Gonzales, Marcel Nassar, Matthew Spellings
Intel Labs
arXiv:2210.17484 [cs.LG], (31 Oct 2022)




   author={Miret, Santiago and Lee, Kin Long Kelvin and Gonzales, Carmelo and Nassar, Marcel and Spellings, Matthew},

   keywords={Machine Learning (cs.LG), Artificial Intelligence (cs.AI), FOS: Computer and information sciences, FOS: Computer and information sciences},

   title={The Open MatSci ML Toolkit: A Flexible Framework for Machine Learning in Materials Science},



   copyright={Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International}


We present the Open MatSci ML Toolkit: a flexible, self-contained, and scalable Python-based framework to apply deep learning models and methods on scientific data with a specific focus on materials science and the OpenCatalyst Dataset. Our toolkit provides: 1. A scalable machine learning workflow for materials science leveraging PyTorch Lightning, which enables seamless scaling across different computation capabilities (laptop, server, cluster) and hardware platforms (CPU, GPU, XPU). 2. Deep Graph Library (DGL) support for rapid graph neural network prototyping and development. By publishing and sharing this toolkit with the research community via open-source release, we hope to: 1. Lower the entry barrier for new machine learning researchers and practitioners that want to get started with the OpenCatalyst dataset, which presently comprises the largest computational materials science dataset. 2. Enable the scientific community to apply advanced machine learning tools to high-impact scientific challenges, such as modeling of materials behavior for clean energy applications. We demonstrate the capabilities of our framework by enabling three new equivariant neural network models for multiple OpenCatalyst tasks and arrive at promising results for compute scaling and model performance.
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