QDB now supports COMSOL, Chemkin or VizGlow software formats for chemistry downloads. Check out yourself here: www.quantemolDB.com
Quantemol held 2 workshops this September:
6 September, Designing and Reducing Complex Chemistry, Tokyo, Japan
14 September, Electron Scattering Cross Sections for Plasma Physics and Chemistry with Quantemol-N, London, UK
Both were a huge success and very well attended. Thank you to those of you who came along to meet with us!
If you were not able to attend but interested in the workshop materials, follow the links above, where you will find slides from the workshop presentations.
We are planning other workshops next year.
Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if there is any topic you are interested in!
Quantemol at GEC.
Prof. Tennyson will give a talk and present a poster at GEC 2018 in Portland.
See him at:
Monday, 5 November 12:00 PM–12:30 PM
Session BM4: High-Performance Computing for Plasma Applications Workshop
Oregon Convention Center Room: A107-A109
Tuesday, 6 November 3:30 PM–0 PM
Session GT1: Poster Session I
Oregon Convention Center Room: Exhibit Hall A1
Abstract: GT1.00010 : Calculated electron impact dissociation cross sections for H2O2*
Abstract: GT1.00009 : Building tailored chemistry sets for plasma modelling using a statistical approach embedded in an online engine.
– QVT software version 1.8 release is ready for you to try! It features an advanced object-oriented mesh drawer.
Get in touch with us on email@example.com to request a demo