To help researchers begin their computational studies, we have collected here links and notes to
useful atomic modeling software and databases. Check back as tutorials are posted for these different software suites.
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QMCsol is an implicit solvation method for quantum Monte Carlo that describes interfaces of
heterogenous solid/liquid materials. This method is based on a rigorous statistical
treatment of the solvent and is applicable to a wide variety of challenges in materials
science calclulations from transition states of solvated molecules to surface reactions
in liquid environments. The method is implemented into CASINO (quantum Monte Carlo code) and
also interfaced in the JDFTx package.
Example output from QMCsol
Details and specifications:
- Calculation: Implicit solvation method
- Lead developer: Katie Schwarz
CAMS resources for using QMCsol.
- Do you have questions about QMCsol? Post your questions at the QMCsol entry in the CAMS forum.
- Check back here for tutorials, notes, and sample output from using the QMCsol software.
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