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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...

ADF2016.104 subrelease

A new subrelease is out, fixing a few bugs, mostly in the graphical interface but also in ADF (DIIS with mixing, geometry optimizer). Check the changelog for more details.

Newsletter May 2016

Contents summary Conferences, seminars and workshops First Tom Ziegler Award ADF2016.103 subrelease Research highlights Conferences, seminars and workshops There are plenty of events coming up. We would love to talk to you in person about...

Energy Future Sydney 4-6 July

SCM will exhibit at the Australian symposium on Computationally Enhanced Materials Design (ACEMD), held at the UNSW in Sydney 4-6 July. Want to learn how the ADF Modeling Suite can help you design new materials? Come...

July: hands-on workshops in Taiwan & Singapore

Experienced computational chemists and beginners alike are encouraged to get hands-on experience with the ADF Modeling Suite at one of the workshops in Taiwan (Friday 1 July, Hsinchu) or Singapore (Friday 8 July, at A*CRC). For...

method development postdoc: TDDFT for solids

BAND developers Arjan Berger (arjan.berger@irsamc.ups-tlse.fr) and Pina Romaniello (pina.romaniello@irsamc.ups-tlse.fr) are looking for an excellent postdoc at the University of Toulouse to develop methods and functionals for the the magnetic response of solids: http://psi-k.net/jobs/postdoctoral-position-in-time-dependent-density-functional-theory-for-solids/

ADF Modeling Suite 2016 released

It is our great pleasure to announce the release of ADF Modeling Suite 2016, along with our new website and logo, and an alternative trade name for SCM: Software for Chemistry & Materials. Some highlights...

ACS San Diego, seminar at LBL

Our new release and corporate identity (new website, booth, brochures) will be promoted at the ACS in San Diego at the exhibition. Come by our booth (#833) to see the ADF Modeling Suite 2016 in action!...

Christmas break: 24 December – 3 January 2016

The SCM offices will be closed from 24 December until 3 January 2016. Consequently, most of the SCM staff will be away from mail. In urgent cases, SCM can still deal with purchase orders, license problems,...

Thomas Soini joins SCM as scientific software developer

Dr. Thomas Soini recently joined SCM to further develop and optimize our DFT and DFTB codes.