We’re highlighting three new software submissions today:
- CO-ADC calculates band structures of semiconducting and insulating crystals. Electron correlations are accounted for using the crystal orbital algebraic diagrammatic construction (CO-ADC) scheme. The software comprises an independent band Lanczos code for real- symmetric, complex-symmetric, and complex-Hermitian matrices. CO-ADC can be found in our Condensed Matter Physics section.
- XMD is a GPL’ed Molecular Dynamics program written in C. It supports the following potentials: pair, EAM, Tersoff and Stillinger-Weber, and comes with a variety of utility programs to help simplify simulation. Find it in our Molecular Dynamics section.
- ChemiCool is an online periodic table. Not surprisingly, it can be found in our Periodic Tables section.
[tags]open source, science, software[/tags]