Retrospective thoughts of my papers

On this page I try to give an honest evaluation of the academic papers I have co-authored. I am making this page because:

  1. It might be hard to tell at a glance whether something in an academic paper will work in real life.
  2. Because updating scientific papers is relatively uncommon, there isn’t really a proper place for an author to state how their work looks in hindsight.

Note that this page does not serve as a comprehensive and up-to-date list of my publications (see Google Scholar for that). If you would like me to write about a specific article that is missing or would like an update on an existing article, please send me an email and I will write an update.

Papers are listed in reverse chronological order.

Retro-fallback: retrosynthetic planning in an uncertain world

Nonequilibrium sensing of volatile compounds using active and passive analyte delivery

Tanimoto Random Features for Scalable Molecular Machine Learning

Retrosynthetic Planning with Dual Value Networks

GAUCHE: A library for Gaussian processes in chemistry

Meta-learning adaptive deep kernel gaussian processes for molecular property prediction

DOCKSTRING: easy molecular docking yields better benchmarks for ligand design

Sample-efficient optimization in the latent space of deep generative models via weighted retraining

Petroleomic analysis of the treatment of naphthenic organics in oil sands process-affected water with buoyant photocatalysts

This is the first paper which I contributed towards.