On August 27–29, , a 3-day CP2K user tutorial with the topic “Computational Spectroscopy” will be held at the Paderborn Center for Parallel Computing. The goal of the CP2K tutorial is to provide to researchers and students in the field of molecular simulations a survey of the most relevant computational tools. 1st CP2K Tutorial: Enabling the Power of Imagination in MD Simulations. CP2K is a suite of modules, collecting a variety of molecular simulation methods .
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Schools 1st CP2K Tutorial: Council Board of directors SAC.
Apply for Node Status. Schools 2nd CP2K Tutorial: All required software is installed on our cluster and can be used by all participants. Details Participants Program Lectures. Council Board of directors SAC. Registered User Area Login: New account Lost your password?
CP2K User Tutorial: “Computational Spectroscopy”
There is no participation fee and partial support will be available for selected attendees more details regarding the financial support will follow upon reviews of our selected sponsors.
Ideally the participating researchers would then teach less experienced people in their respective delegating groups.
The CP2K tutorial aims to introduce researchers in the field of molecular simulations to the broad collection of computational tools implemented within the CP2K program package, and to encourage modular, flexible, and problem oriented thinking while using them. Although brief introductions will be provided, both for the different levels of theory and for the explorative tools, emphasis will be placed on their practical usage and the relevant implementation details in CP2K.
Indeed, this program package is mainly thought for large scale ab-initio simulations of condensed tuotrial.
The number of participants is restricted to a maximum of 20 attendees. The goal of the CP2K tutorial is to provide to researchers and students in the field of molecular simulations a survey of the most relevant computational tools implemented within the CP2K program package, and to encourage modular, flexible, and problem oriented thinking while using them. Selection will be performed on the basis of the personal curriculum.
Registered User Area Login: Location The workshop and the Sunday evening reception will be held in building O in room O1. New account Lost your password? Details Participants Program Lectures Report.
Apply for Node Status. Council Board of directors SAC. New account Lost your password? How to Submit a Proposal. Although brief introductions will be provided, both for the different.
Matthias Krack, Paul Scherrer Institute. Rustam Khaliullin, McGill University The University for the Information Society. All these methodologies are currently receiving significant attention by computational scientists, thus finding potential users in academics as well as industry.
It is used routinely for predicting energies, molecular structures, vibrational frequencies of molecular systems, reaction mechanisms, and ideally suited for performing molecular dynamics studies. Participants will work with their own notebooks, so bringing a notebook to the tutorial is mandatory. Matthias Krack, Paul Scherrer Institute Therefore, this tutorial deliberately targets researchers with. The building is located right at the intersection of Mersinweg and Pohlweg, see here for detailed travel instructions.
Production applications will be sometime mentioned to give a flavor of the successful research achievements. How to Submit a Proposal.
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Data Center Building O. The status of each application will be communicated by January 11th The workshop and the Sunday evening reception will be held in building O in room O1.