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Usage is calculated on the last day of every month. For more information on usage data, visit the Usage Overview page.

Table 1: Overview
Item Value
Contributions: 10
Total Simulation Users Served: 2,663
Rank by Contributions: 108 / 1558
First Contribution: 15 Dec 2008
Last Contribution: 31 Jan 2011
Citations on Contributions: -
Usage in Courses/Classrooms: 177 users served in 42 courses from 9 institutions
Table 2: Simulation Tool Usage
# Tool Name Users served in last 12 months Simulation Runs in last 12 months Total users served Total Simulation Runs Citations Published On
1 Molecular Foundry Photonics Toolkit 123 497 689 5,435 - 31 Jan 2011
2 Berkeley GW 144 369 617 1,894 - 31 Jan 2011
3 MIT Tools for Energy Conversion and Storage 69 386 496 1,576 - 12 Oct 2009
4 SIESTA 138 2,035 761 5,401 - 15 Jun 2009
5 Nano-Plasmonic Bowtie Antenna Simulator 140 728 945 4,662 - 15 Dec 2008
TOTAL 543 4,015 2,663 18,968
Table 3: "and more" Usage
# Resource Title Users served in last 12 months Total users served Citations Published On
1 Nano*High: Nature\'s Nasty Nanomachines: How Viruses Work, and How We Can Stop Them Online Presentations 28 194 - 25 Sep 2010
2 Nano*High: X-rays, Lasers, and Molecular Movies Online Presentations 25 140 - 25 Sep 2010
3 Nano*High: Nanoscience for High School Students Series 207 1,469 - 02 Feb 2010
4 nanoHUB PhotoVoltaics Reference Zone Teaching Materials 0 0 - 28 Jan 2010
5 Computational Nanoscience for Energy Teaching Materials 46 336 - 15 Sep 2009
* Total only includes versions of the tools this author contributed to.

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