Whether you research organic electronics, chemical reactions, or (nano)materials, we have the right tools for you. The Amsterdam Modeling Suite offers DFT, semi-empirical, reactive force fields and fluid thermodynamics all with an integrated GUI, a powerful AMS driver and python scripting tool PLAMS.
The SCM team makes computational chemistry work for you.
A smooth installation from a binary on Windows, Mac and Linux combined with technical support from our experts ensures you can get right down to your research!
Compute engines in AMS
The periodic DFT code BAND shares a lot of functionality with ADF. Slabs are treated as real 2D systems, and nanotubes with proper 1D periodicity. For fast calculations on dense electronic systems an interface to Quantum ESPRESSO is available.
Reaction dynamics in large complex systems can be studied with bond order based ReaxFF.
COSMO-RS uses quantum mechanical data from ADF or quick group-contribution based predictions to predict thermodynamic properties of solutions and mixtures (LogP, VLE, pKa, …)
Making your research life easier
The passionate scientists at SCM are committed to make computational chemistry work for you. The Amsterdam Modeling Suite offers an easy integrated graphical interface to all our powerful computational chemistry engines, ranging from DFT to DFTB to reactive MD and fluid thermodynamics.
Whether you are an enthusiastic computational chemistry teacher, an academic scrutinizing the intricacies of chemical bonding, or an industrial researcher designing the next OLED materials, we have the tools for you. Browse our different compute engines, have a look at the scientific publications citing ADF, or see specific capabilities per research area.
Or reach out to us to discuss your research challenge!
Amsterdam Modeling Suite 2018
For the manuals and tutorials of our compute engines, click the links below.