Compressive Sensing in Quantum Chemistry: A Little Computation Goes a Long Way

Our paper entitled Compressed Sensing for the Fast Computation of Matrices: Application to Molecular Vibrations just appeared in Volume 1, Issue 1 of ACS Central Science along with a “First Reactons” news piece entitled Compressive Sensing in Quantum Chemistry: A Little Computation Goes a Long Way. Finally, the paper was accompanied by an ACS press release entitled A Method to Simplify Pictures Makes Chemistry Calculations a Snap. In addition, a paper from Professor Eric Heller’s group entitled Raman Scattering in Carbon Nanosystems: Solving Polyacetylene also appeared in the same issue. Congratulations to all!