Notices (Summer 2021):
On-site access to the MGCF in 175 Tan Hall is now available.
If you have been struggling with
Maestro or Comsol on a tiny laptop screen, you can switch to on-site access in the
MGCF with hi-res, large screen workstations in a comfortable computer room.
Maestro is version 2021-2,
Quantum Espresso is version 6.6,
QChem is version 5.4.0,
XTB is version 6.4.1,
Orca version 5 is available for testing.
Please acknowledge NIH S10OD023532 in publications using the MGCF and
email us the reference.
We have 2 full-time scientists providing technical consulting on project feasibility, equipment and software use.
More details are here.
the Facility Director, Dr. Kathleen Durkin, for more information.
Kavli ENSI: The MCGF provides computing resources for
researchers. There are 2 dedicated Kavli ENSI workstations in 175 Tan Hall
but Kavli ENSI researchers have full access to all MGCF resources as described
on these pages.
The MGCF is fully accessible via on-site and remote access. Please email us
if you need help! Most technical issues are best handled via email but if you want to talk about theory or
planning, suggest some times and we'll set up a Zoom or in person meeting.