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Hardware questions and answers – recommendations, GUI, best value

Friday 9 October SCM developers Hans & Alexei answered various questions on hardware and performance tips for the Amsterdam Modeling Suite. Their insights are summarized below. General Recommendations usually more cores is better get enough...

Which hardware to use? Live Q&A, Fri 9 October, 3pm CEST

Friday 9 October, 3pm CEST Hans & Alexei will answer all your questions on the best hardware to run the Amsterdam Modeling Suite (see also FAQs).  Register to join this live Q&A! Also check out...

Tips & tricks: faster PES and TS searches

Join the next in our series of demonstrations, tips & tricks bySCM experts to learn how to use ADF and the AMS driver more efficiently. Friday 2 October our architect Robert discusses the integration of our...

2D periodic DFT and hybrid DFT/DFTB – Q&A 18 September

Join the next in our series of demonstrations, tips & tricks bySCM experts. Friday 18 September Pier discusses valuable tips & tricks on running 2D periodic DFT calculations with BAND. He will discuss the relevant...

Introduction to Molecular Dynamics for Quantum Chemists – FTIR

Next up in the series of videos by our experts is Rosa, who will give an introduction to Molecular Dynamics for quantum chemists. She will show how to use MD with electronic structure methods (DFTB)...

Advanced topics discussed by our experts: XAS

This Friday we will start again with the serie on advanced topics discussed by SCM experts. We will start again with a video by Erik, who will discuss core excitations, spin-orbit coupling, TDDFT and the...

4-26 September 2020, virtual workshop India

In collaboration with our reseller Nyro we will organize an introduction to the Amsterdam Modeling Suite for India. Fedor will be kicking off with a live intro + demo on 4 September. There will be...

Virtual ACS Meeting 2020: August 17 – 20

Attending the ACS meeting virtually this year? We have a virtual booth where we’re happy to discuss any of your computational chemistry & materials modeling challenges. Interested in OLED modeling? Check out the broadcast session...

ReaxPro Online Conference, 9-10 July 2020

ReaxPro is an SCM-coordinated Horizon 2020 project integrating atomistic, mesoscale and macroscale simulation tools into a platform for multiscale modeling of reactive materials and processes. The ReaxPro consortium and especially UCL have organiaed an online conference taking place on 9-10 July 2020, bringing...

Job opening: DevOps engineer / all-round computer scientist

We are a growing and profitable scientific software company in Amsterdam, developing and marketing software in computational quantum chemistry and materials science for over 25 years. We have grown quite rapidly to around 20 developers...