A neural network-based approach to predicting absorption in nanostructured, disordered photoelectrodes†
Disordered nanostructures in photoelectrodes can increase light absorption in photoelectrochemical system designs. Predicting their optical properties is an elusive task due to the immensity of unique configurations and the intrinsic variance of each. A neural network trained from a small subset of simulations can emulate the complex absorption properties of the entire configuration space for a model disordered system with quantifiable accuracy and computational efficiency.
- This article is part of the themed collection: (Photo)electrocatalysis for renewable energy