Virtual NanoLab 2008.10

Software, Office. February 8, 2009 by SCOUT-7.
Virtual NanoLab 2008.10
Virtual NanoLab 2008.10 | 106.73 MB

User-friendly atomic-scale modeling
Virtual NanoLab (VNL) is the user-friendly graphical interface where you design atomic configurations and generate input scripts using interactive tools. VNL is fully integrated with NanoLanguage and even supports drag-and-drop of Python code for maximal flexibility and interoperability.

* Build complex structures (molecules, periodic systems, and transport systems) with a few mouse clicks
* Generate NanoLanguage scripts ready to be executed by ATK
* Visualize atomic geometries and calculated physical quantities in 3D

Atomic-scale modeling is indispensable when it comes to simulating
experiments and analyzing atomic-scale properties of nanoscale devices.
The functionality of a nanoscale device is largely determined by the
positions of individual atoms. It might change drastically if some atoms
are replaced, added, or removed. Atomic-scale modeling makes you
understand why your device works. Or why it doesn.t work!

Virtual NanoLab is based on Atomistix ToolKit (ATK) and gives access to
state-of-the-art modeling techniques, including non-equilibrium Green.s
function and density-functional-theory (DFT) methods. With automatic
script generation these techniques are simple and intuitive to use
whether or not you are an expert in quantum chemistry and
electronic-structure calculations.

Compared with physical experiments, nanoscale modeling is cheap and
efficient. Using modeling prior to, or in combination with, practical
laboratory work accelerates the development by limiting the
time-consuming trial-and-error experimentation. Possible problems can be
detected and solved before the device is even fabricated.

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  • [8-02-2009]
  • rajeshwar
  • [23 April 2012 00:10]
this is agood software :)