Friday, January 1, 2016

Popular Highlights of 2015

Computational Chemistry Highlights received 31,663 pageviews in 2014.

A total of 63 highlights were published in 2015 and the five most viewed highlights are

1. Big Data Meets Quantum Chemistry Approximations: The ∆-Machine Learning Approach highlighted by Jan Jensen in April, 2015

2. A computational drug design success story highlighted by Jan Jensen in January, 2015

3. Accurately Modeling Nanosecond Protein Dynamics Requires at least Microseconds of Simulation highlighted by Jan Jensen in June, 2015

4. Selected publications of Stefan Grimme, Leibniz prize winner 2015 highlighted by Martin Korth in March, 2015

Tied for 5th place
5. Approaches to dispersion in DFT highlighted by David Bowler in April, 2014

5. Discovering chemistry with an ab initio nanoreactor highlighted by Alán Aspuru-Guzik in December, 2014

The most popular entries within the last 30 days can as always be found on the right hand side of this page.

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