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Recent Advances of the Fragment Molecular Orbital Method

Enhanced Performance and Applicability

Herausgeber: Mochizuki, Yuji, Tanaka, Shigenori, Fukuzawa, Kaori (Eds.)

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  • Compiles a number of realistic and illustrative applications with color figures
  • Covers industrial activities of pharmaceutical companies
  • Addresses extensions of FMO to future computational environments
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This book covers recent advances of the fragment molecular orbital (FMO) method, consisting of 5 parts and a total of 30 chapters written by FMO experts. The FMO method is a promising way to calculate large-scale molecular systems such as proteins in a quantum mechanical framework. The highly efficient parallelism deserves being considered the principal advantage of FMO calculations. Additionally, the FMO method can be employed as an analysis tool by using the inter-fragment (pairwise) interaction energies, among others, and this feature has been utilized well in biophysical and pharmaceutical chemistry. In recent years, the methodological developments of FMO have been remarkable, and both reliability and applicability have been enhanced, in particular, for non-bio problems. The current trend of the parallel computing facility is of the many-core type, and adaptation to modern computer environments has been explored as well. In this book, a historical review of FMO and comparison to other methods are provided in Part I (two chapters) and major FMO programs (GAMESS-US, ABINIT-MP, PAICS and OpenFMO) are described in Part II (four chapters). dedicated to pharmaceutical activities (twelve chapters). A variety of new applications with methodological breakthroughs are introduced in Part IV (six chapters). Finally, computer and information science-oriented topics including massively parallel computation and machine learning are addressed in Part V (six chapters). Many color figures and illustrations are included. Readers can refer to this book in its entirety as a practical textbook of the FMO method or read only the chapters of greatest interest to them.

Über die Autor*innen

Yuji Mochizuki, Dr. Sci., Professor, Rikkyo University
Yuji Mochizuki received his Ph.D. degree in quantum chemistry in 1990 from Hokkaido University. He worked at the NEC Corporation (1990–1997) and JapanAtomic Energy Research Institute (1997–2003). Then, he started the code development works and related applications of the FMO method with theABINIT-MP program at the University of Tokyo (2003–2006). Currently, he is a Professor of chemistry at Rikkyo University. His research interests are spread over multiscale simulations, machine-learning analyses of calculated results, and high-performance computing, besides the development of ABINIT-MP.
Shigenori Tanaka, Dr. Sci., Professor, Kobe University
Shigenori Tanaka received his Ph.D. in theoretical physics in 1986 from the University of Tokyo. He worked as a Research Associate at the University of Tokyo and later as a Researcher at the Toshiba Research and Development Center. Meanwhile, he worked at the California Institute of Technology in 1995–1996 as a Visiting Researcher. Since 2004, he has been a Professor at Kobe University. His primary research interests are the development of first-principles computational methods for biomolecular systems and their applications for bottom-up modeling of biological phenomena.
Kaori Fukuzawa, Dr. Eng., Associate Professor, Hoshi University
Kaori Fukuzawa received her M.S. in quantum chemistry from Rikkyo University in 1997 and Ph.D. in applied quantum chemistry from the University of Tokyo in 2001. She worked at the Mizuho Information and Research Institute (2000–2014) and Nihon University (2014–2016). She has been an Associate Professor at Hoshi University since 2016. Her research interests include application of quantum chemistry for in silico drug discovery, computational structural biology, and understanding chemical phenomena of biomolecular systems.

Inhaltsverzeichnis (30 Kapitel)

Inhaltsverzeichnis (30 Kapitel)

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Buchtitel
Recent Advances of the Fragment Molecular Orbital Method
Buchuntertitel
Enhanced Performance and Applicability
Herausgeber
  • Yuji Mochizuki
  • Shigenori Tanaka
  • Kaori Fukuzawa
Copyright
2021
Verlag
Springer Singapore
Copyright Inhaber
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
eBook ISBN
978-981-15-9235-5
DOI
10.1007/978-981-15-9235-5
Hardcover ISBN
978-981-15-9234-8
Auflage
1
Seitenzahl
XI, 616
Anzahl der Bilder
38 schwarz-weiß Abbildungen, 231 Abbildungen in Farbe
Themen