An open-source application for molecular dynamics. This application can perform molecular dynamics simulation of biopolymers and solvents consisting of a number of molecules/atoms. It implements a number of force field sets and algorithms, and supports parallel computing based on OpenMP. Java graphical user interface (GUI) is also included.
An application program for lattice dynamics calculation of molecules, surfaces, and solids in various boundary conditions. It lays emphasis on analytic calculation of lattice dynamics while it can perform molecular dynamics simulation as well. It supports various force fields to treat ionic materials, organic materials, and metals. It also implements analytic derivatives of the second and third order for many force fields.
Program package for molecular dynamics simulation. This package includes various material parameters such as peptides, proteins, nuclear acids, carbohydrates, ligands etc., and can perform molecular dynamics simulation of biological macromolecule and cells. This package consists of software for input preparation, simulation, and analysis of results, and is widely used in pharmacy and biological science.
A general-purpose application for molecular dynamics simulation equipped with many tools. This package was originally developed for biomolecules (peptides, proteins, nuclear acids, etc.), and the current version can perform molecular dynamics simulation for various systems such as solutions, crystals, membranes, and so on. It supports several sampling methods and calculation of free energy. It also supports various computing environments including both serial and parallel computers.
A unified application for soft materials simulation. This is a commercial application based on OCTA, and includes modeling/analysis tools for individual simulation engines, use-case databases, tools for structure-property relationship analysis as well as basic functions of OCTA. In particular, VSOP, an original solver for molecular dynamics, is added for fast simulation by MPI parallel computing.
This is a structure analysis program for solutes and solvents, based on the statistical mechanics theory of liquids. The program determines the solvent density distribution surrounding the solute, and calculates various physical values such as the solvation free energy, compressibility, and partial molar volume. The program implements a parallelized fast Fourier transform routine for large-scale parallel computing, and can analyze molecular functions such as the ligand binding affinity of proteins, that would be difficult using other methods.
Debian Live Linux System that contains OS, editors, materials science application software, visualization tools, etc. An environment needed to perform materials science simulations is provided as a one package. By booting up on VirtualBox virtual machine, one can start simulations, such as the first-principles calculation, molecular dynamics, quantum chemical calculation, lattice model calculation, etc, immediately.
OCTA is an integrated simulation system for soft materials developed by the joint project of industry and academia funded by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI), Japan. OCTA consists of four simulation engines named COGNAC(Molecular dynamics simulation), PASTA(rheology simulation), SUSHI(mean field theory), MUFFIN(continuum theory) and a simulation platform (GOURMET).
An application for adding a function of the replica exchange method to the existing applications for molecular dynamics simulation such as MODYLAS, AMBER, and CHARMM. Without changing original programs of molecular dynamics, the replica exchange method can be implemented easily. This application also shows high performance in massive parallel computing by the K-computer.
An open-source multi-purpose application for modeling and visualizing molecules (biomolecules, in particular). This application has been developed for multi-scale molecular simulation, and also provides a simple GUI for AMBER and Gaussian. It also implements exchange of protein residues and the Pathways model for the electron transfer in proteins. It calls rasmol for visualization of atoms and molecules.