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Job opening: Research Software Engineer for Materials Modeling

SCM is a growing and profitable scientific software company in Amsterdam, developing and marketing software in computational (quantum) chemistry and materials science for over 20 years. For further expansion of our activities we now create...

ACS Florida: AMS2019 sneak preview

Going to the ACS? Come visit Fedor at the SCM booth #325 to discuss your research challenges and learn all about our upcoming 2019 release, which many nice new functionalities. See how you can model...

Hands-on workshop Penn State, 29 March

1-day AMS workshop at Penn State Penn State researchers will learn hands-on how to use the Amsterdam Modeling Suite with its powerful GUI and, AMS driver and computational chemistry engines. Contact us for details on how to...

ReaxPro: developing Multi-scale reactive simulation software

The ambitious goal of the ReaxPro EU project is to integrate atomistic, mesocale and macroscale methods to generate a user-friendly and integrated simulation tool for reactive materials and processes. SCM is proud to lead this...

Automatic generation of Chemical Models: EU Project AutoCheMo kick-off meeting

The kick-off meeting for the EU Project AutoCheMo on February 6th, 2019 at the VU Amsterdam was a great success. Our new PhD students discussed their project plans and the SCM developers explained them how...

Matti Hellström joins SCM to improve ReaxFF with machine learning

The SCM staff is very happy to welcome Matti as a Marie Curie fellow to combine the accuracy of machine learning with the flexibility and transferability of ReaxFF in the EU funded Machine Learning applied...

New Advanced Tutorial: ReaxFF Parametrization

Our latest advanced tutorial shows how to reparametrize a ReaxFF force field. Follow the tutorial to get hands on with newly developed features in the Amsterdam Modeling Suite: ADFTrain: Create, manipulate, and visualize force field...

New Advanced Tutorial: Collective Variable Driven Hyperdynamics – Accelerate MD into seconds timescale.

Collective Variable Driven Hyperdynamics as developed by Kristof Bal and Erik Neyts is a novel simulation method capable of accelerating molecuar dynamics simulations well into the microseconds to seconds regime. Check out our new Advanced...

Christmas Break 21 Dec 2018 – 6 Jan 2019

Most of the SCM staff will not be reading their email from 21 December until 6 January 2019. In most cases, SCM can still deal with purchase orders, license problems, trial requests, price quotes, and general inquiries. The SCM team...

Perovskite Band Structure & COOP Analysis – Advanced Tutorial

Whether you are a solid state physicist thinking of chemistry as too arcane or a chemist puzzled by band structure theory: Try out our new tutorial and learn how to neatly link these two fields,...