Software

MonteLab

MonteLab is our own Monte Carlo simulation code developed together with Professor Sture Nordholm at the Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Gothenburg.

Read more about MonteLab here.

Commercial programs

We use many different commercial programs. We use Matlab daily for calculations, evaluations and visualization. Simulation code we write mostly in Fortran.

Here follow some exemples:

ACD = Advanced Chemistry Development

Drawing molecular structures.

www.acdlabs.com

Adobe's Illustrator & Captivate

Posters, presentations, animations, etc.

www.adobe.com/products/illustrator.html

www.adobe.com/products/captivate.html

BOSS = Biochemical and Organic Simulation System

Simulation program for organic liquids and solutions.

zarbi.chem.yale.edu/products/boss/index.shtml

CPMD = Car-Parinello Molecular Dynamics

Simulation program.

www.cpmd.org

Comsol Multiphysics

Program using Finite Element Method for solving partial differential equations and Computational fluid dynamics.

www.comsol.com

Fortran, C & C++

For simulation code.

Gaussian

Quantum chemistry.

http://www.gaussian.com/

LabView (to some extent)

Visual programming language

www.ni.com/labview/

Mathematica

Program for symbolic calculations.

www.wolfram.com

Matlab

Development tool for technical calculation and evaluation.

www.mathworks.com

MDynaMix

Simulation program.

http://people.su.se/~lyuba/mdynamix/MDynaMix.html

python

Script language.

Schrödinger

Quantum chemistry.

http://www.schrodinger.com/

Visual Studio

Interface programming for Windows applications.

msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/