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• August 10: Our Perspective How good are polarizable and flexible models for water: Insights from a many-body
perspective appears in the Journal of Chemical Physics.
• July 29: Our article Infrared signatures of isomer selectivity and symmetry breaking in the Cs+(H2O)3 complex using
many-body potential energy functions in collaboration with the Steele Group (The University of Utah) appears in
the Journal of Chemical Physics.
• June 3: Kartik passes her qualifying exam and is officially a Ph.D. candidate.
• May 15: Teri passes his qualifying exam and is officially a Ph.D. candidate.
• April 13: Our article Active learning of many-body configuration space: Application to the Cs+–water MB-nrg
potential energy function as a case study appears in the Journal of Chemical Physics.
• April 9: Kelly's Viewpoints on the 2020 Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics appears in the Journal
of Chemical Physics A.
• April 6: Our article On the nature of halide–water interactions: Insights from many-body representations and density
functional theory appears in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation.
• April 6: Kelly passes her qualifying exam and is officially a Ph.D. candidate.
• March 10: Our article The end of ice I in collaboration with the Molinero (The University of Utah) and Zeuch
(University of Göttingen) groups is awarded the Cozzarelli Prize by the National Academy of Sciences.
• March 4: Our article Computer simulations explain mutation-induced effects on the DNA editing by adenine base
editors in collaboration with the Komor Lab appears in Science Advances.
• March 4: Our article Data-driven many-body models for molecular fluids: CO2/H2O mixtures as a case study
appears in the Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation.
• February 28: Our Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative project on the Mechanisms of ice formation and
anti-icing constructs is selected for funding by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
• February 19: Teri presents our research on quantum mechanics/many-body models at the Student Research
• February 15-19: Kartik presents our research on base editors at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting.
• January 30 - February 2: Kelly and Francesco present our research on water in MOFs and data-driven many-body
models at the Pacific Conference on Spectroscopy and Dynamics.
• January 31: Kartik, Kaushik, and Perry present our research on gene editing at LabExpo 2020.
• January 30: Our article Modeling spontaneous charge transfer at metal/organic hybrid heterostructures appears in
the Journal of Physical Chemistry C.
• January 26-31: Marc and Alessandro present our research on many-body models and machine learning for
ion-water interactions at the Gordon Research Conference Molecular and Ionic Clusters.
• January 26: Kartik presents our research on gene editing at Deaminet 2020.
• January 2: Kartik gives a seminar about our research on gene editing at Institute of Technology Bombay.