June Newsletter

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Dear Partners,

Would you like to have an access to a database with experimentally validated plasma chemistry sets? If your answer is yes, please let us know which plasma chemistries are important for your research, just answer here.

We are also welcoming you to register early at our workshop “Linking simulation with experiment”, taking place in London on 11 September 2015. Special focus of the workshop this year is on integrated plasma modelling on reactor scale and feature scale (together with Synopsys). More details and preliminary program can be found here. In order to register just reply to this email, registration is FREE, but number of places is limited.

Please see a new example of Q-VT application for CCP discharges, showing software flexibility to reflect electrodynamic effects.

Also see our updated software release notes for Quantemol-N v4.9 and Quantemol-VT v.1.4

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Quantemol workshop first spring announcement

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We are happy to announce this year’s Quantemol workshop. Please book Friday 11 September 2015 in your diaries to visit London. The workshop will focus on linking simulation with experiment, generously sponsored by CCPQ (Collaborative Computational Project Q – Quantum Dynamics in Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics).

Morning talks will feature recent research developments from Prof. Mark Kushner (University of Michigan), Dr Peter Ventzek (Tokyo Electron, US) and Dr. Julian Schulze (West Virginia University) as well as Synopsys and Quantemol teams presenting.

The afternoon hands-on session will provide you an opportunity to try out Quantemol software: Quantemol-N, Quantemol-P and Quanteomol-VT as well as the Synopsys TCAD modelling software Sentaurus Topography, and see how they can be linked together.

Participation in the workshop is free of charge, but the number of places is limited, so please book early by contacting me if you are planning to attend. Location: central London, UCL. More detailed program will be announced in April.

We look forward to hearing from you.


Mobile alert


Now you can get alerts on your smartphone when your calculation has finished.
Quantemol has registered software with pushover service. It is allows to send push notifications to your phone (android/ios) or computer. Quantemol program sends an htpp POST request to Pushover website, and then they send a push notification to their app you have on your phone.

So now, if you leave a load of jobs running, or one big one, when it finishes you’ll get something like this:

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You get multiple free notifications per month and the app is free for 5 days, and then $4.99. Try it out with Quantemol-N software!
If you are interested in this service get in touch with us (support@quantemol.com) and we will provide you an updated version of any of our software packages with it.