Merry X-mas and Happy New year!

The Quantemol team sends you seasons greetings!

May this Christmas be cheerful, warm and make way for a fresh and bright new year. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year!

It has been a great year with lots of changes, more people joining the team, new software development, hosting of the ESiP General assembly and a Quantemol Workshop.

Here is a photo report from Quantemol’s workshop which we hosted on 7th November: Q-Workshop 2012

It was a great pleasure to see everyone who could make it to both of these events and special thanks to Synopsys who presented the results of joint simulation work at the workshop: Simulation feature scale profile using Quantemol-D reactor scale simulation as an input.

We are looking forward for this collaboration to develop further next year.
Full presentations of some speakers from the workshop can be found at the photo report page

The HPEM code has been updated by Prof. Mark Kushner and his team and now has several new features and capabilities, including:

  • Radiation trapping
  • Parallel calculation

And access to them soon will be implemented in Quantemol-D interface
We have updated and released a new version of the Quantemol-P (Global Plasma Model) software. The interface has been completely rewritten and has extra features like finding reactions in the chemistry database and 3D plotting of batch runs.

A new interface for Quantemol-D will also be release early next year, along with new features for Quantemol-N.

We are looking forward to our future collaboration and hope that the next year will also be fruitful and that we will deliver even more to fulfill your research and development needs and interests.

Best wishes and regards,
Quantemol Team

P.S. Quantemol Ltd has scheduled its holiday observance from 22 December through 1 January 2013. The company will be open for business 26-28 December a minimum level of support will be available. Please expect a delay with our response during these days and we will anticipate to address all the requests as soon as possible.