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Lasse Jensen wins Early-Career Award in Theoretical Chemistry

Congratulations to Lasse Jensen with his ACS Physical Chemistry award for the development of his discrete interaction model/quantum mechanics (DIM/QM) method! With DIM/QM the excited states of molecules on nanoparticles can be studied fully at the...

Printed and Flexible Organic Electronics

Fedor will present a poster on modeling OLED emitters phosphorescence and charge mobilities at the printed and flexible organic electronics conference 2017, 21 & 22 February at the London Heathrow Marriott Hotel. He looks forward...

ADF seminar Cambridge 20 February

On Monday 20 February Fedor will give an overview of the ADF Modeling Suite at 2pm in the Unilever Lecture Theatre of the University of Cambridge.  There is time for further discussions afterwards, let us know...

Christmas break: 23 December – 2 January

The SCM offices will be closed from 23 December until 2 January 2017. Consequently, most of the SCM staff will be away from mail. In most cases, SCM can still deal with purchase orders, license...

SCM at CHAINS conference

The conference that brings together many chemists from all over the Netherlands and from various disciplines will be held from 6-8 December in Veldhoven. Fedor will be at the booth 6 & 7 December and...

AiChE meeting, seminars at Northwestern and IIT

Chemical engineers at the AiChE annual meeting in San Francisco, 13-18 November should stop by booth 8 at the expo to discuss their modeling challenges with Ole and Fedor. On Tuesday 15 November, Ole will...

Advanced ReaxFF workshop materials, faster visualization of many atoms

The workshop materials from the advanced 2-day ReaxFF hands on workshop organized by NSCCS are now available. They include examples for accelerated dynamics (fbMC), grand canonical monte carlo and force field fitting with MCFF. Although...

Talks at ICAMM, scripting demo at CECAM Multiscale simulations

Two SCM developers will be talking at conferences in Rennes & Dublin, 5-7 September 2016. Ole Carstensen will present ChemTraYzer and other ReaxFF developments at the International Conference on Advanced Materials Modelling (ICAMM) and Thomas Soini...

Two ADF publications in Nature Chemistry

On 15 August 2016, two papers were published in Nature Chemistry featuring ADF charge transfer calculations from Grozema & Renaud (TU Delft).

Seminars at Penn State and Caltech in August

Ongoing and planned developments in the ADF Modeling Suite will be discussed at two informal seminars at Penn State (19 August) and Caltech (26 August). In both cases Fedor Goumans & Ole Carstensen have ample...