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MIT Atomic Scale Modeling Toolkit

By Daniel Richards1, Elif Ertekin1, Jeffrey C Grossman2, David Strubbe1, Justin Riley3

1. University of California, Berkeley 2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology 3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Tools for Atomic Scale Modeling

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Version 4.3 - published on 20 May 2013

doi:10.4231/D3BV79V6B cite this

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    Anonymous

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    This tool implements many useful programs in one place, which is very useful for learning. However, it is pretty buggy and poorly documented, which makes learning difficult. A bit more work fixing bugs, making it more stable, documenting input parameters, and adding a few other features would make this tool an incredibly useful educational resource. Right now it is 80% there, which makes it both tantalizing and frustrating.

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    Keith Ray

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    A great way to test drive and learn about a variety of computational methods.

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    Anonymous

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    This is a fantastic tool to help me, a materials scientist, become acquainted with computational tools. As a materials scientist, I am constantly crippled by my complete and utter lack of unique skills. I recoil in horror at mathematical equations that do not have simple analytical solutions. A big day for me would be solving Poisson\‘s equation with simple boundary equations. This tool gives me a glimpse into the life of the more apt physicists and mathematicians. I am now comfortable saying things like, \“well obviously monte carlo techniques can not exhibit any of the dymanical behavior you are studying. Duh.\” Only would I say this to other materials scientists. I mean actual materials scientists, not physicists or chemists who entered the field after obtaining useful skills. I am afraid of these people.

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    Anonymous

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    The value to my life increased after I began using this tool. With this new value and meaning, I have found my life’s direction. And it is good. If the tool were a human being, I would marry it.

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    This tool made my dreams come true!!

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    Trevor Ewers

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    This program is a sensational tool that brings computational ease to the otherwise difficult task of simulating molecular interactions (even for the technologically inept).

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    David Strubbe

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    Convenient interfaces to a range of powerful codes.

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    David Carlton

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    A technological and pedagogical tour-de-force.

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