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Matthew Carbone

Assistant Computational Scientist (RS3), Comput. Sci. Mach. Learning, Computational Science Initiative

Matthew Carbone

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Computational Science Initiative
Bldg. 725
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000

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Expertise

  • Theoretical condensed matter & spectroscopy
  • Machine learning & data analysis
  • High-performance computing
  • Software development (primarily Python & C++)

Research Activities

Matt has a diversity of research interests spanning condensed matter, spectroscopy, machine learning and many topics in between. In no particular order:

  • Development of machine learning models for predicting chemical environment information from spectroscopy, and vice versa
  • Development of molecule and materials discovery pipelines, integrated with multi-modal targeting
  • Collaboration with beamline experimentalists to develop new AI-driven tools for analyzing observable data
  • Developing a better understanding of how AI tools can better assist us in understanding complicated physics
  • Development of a methodologically unconstrained electron-phonon solver, called the Generalized Green's function Cluster Expansion
  • Developing a better understanding of high-dimensional systems (funnel and random energy models) in the context of both activated dynamics and landscape exploration

You can also find me on Google Scholar or my personal website (currently a work in progress!).

Education

  • Ph. D. in chemical physics; Columbia University, New York, NY (2021)
  • M. A. in chemical physics; Columbia University, New York, NY (2017)
  • B. S. magna cum laude in chemistry, with highest distinction; University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (2016)
  • B. A. magna cum laude in physics, with highest distinction; University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (2016)

Professional Appointments

  • Assistant Computational Scientist (RS3); Brookhaven National Laboratory (2021-present)

Awards & Recognition

Certifications

Matthew Carbone

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Computational Science Initiative
Bldg. 725
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, NY 11973-5000

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