OpenMX Viewer (Open source package for Material eXplorer Viewer) is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) program for visualization and analysis of crystalline and molecular structures.
XYZ, CIF, OpenMX input/output, md(molecular dynamics) files, the Gaussian cube format such as electron density and molecular orbitals can be visualized quickly by drag-and-drop, and it is easy to analyze static/dynamic structural properties conveniently in a web browser. Several basic functionalities such as analysis of Mulliken charges, molecular dynamics, geometry optimization and band structure are included.
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 program package for numerical diagonalization based on the Lanczos method, specialized for spin chains with unit spin magnitude, S=1. This package, which uses another open-source program package, TITPACK, calculates eigenenergies and eigenvectors of ground states and low-lying excited states of spin chains with finite length. By the subspace partitioning method, both memory and cpu-time requirements are considerably reduced.
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 for modeling and visualization of molecules for quantum chemical calculation. This application implements a construction of
molecular structures with classical molecular dynamics simulation and structure optimization by simple generic force fields, and a preparation of input files for applications of quantum chemical calculation such as Gaussian. A binary package for Windows XP is available, and informal packages for Windows 7, iPad, and Linux exist.
An application for DFTB (Density Functional Tight Binding) calculation combined with Divide-and-Conquer (DC) method. The DC-DFTB-K program enables geometry optimization and molecular dynamics simulation of large molecular systems with linear-scaling computational cost. DFTB electronic structure calculation of 1 million atom system has been demonstrated using MPI/OpenMP hybrid parallel computation on the K computer.
Advance / PHASE is software for first-principles calculation based on the density functional theory by using plane-wave basis and pseudopotentials. Since the electronic state is obtained based on quantum mechanics, highly accurate results can be obtained. It can be expected not only to analyze existing materials but also to design various metals, insulators, semiconductors, magnetic materials, dielectric materials, piezoelectric materials, and various other new materials.
QMAS is an ab-initio electronic-structure computational code package based on the projector augmented-wave (PAW) with a plane wave basis set. It computes electronic states and various physical properties efficiently with high precision for a wide range of physical systems. It provides geometry optimization, electronic states in a static magnetic field, permittivity distribution at the atomic-scale, energy and stress distribution, positron annihilation parameters, and so forth.
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.