The Newsletter 2020-10-02
Computational Chemistry Workshop with the Amsterdam Modelling Suite, Jan 21-22, Delft (online)
Together with DCSE (TU Delft Institute for Computational Science and Engineering), SCM is organizing a hands-on workshop on Computational Chemistry with the Amsterdam Modeling Suite (AMS) for TU Delft students and staff.
The user-friendly Amsterdam Modelling Suite (AMS) is a comprehensive computational chemistry package for chemists, material scientists, and chemical engineers. Powerful modules from quantum mechanics to fluid thermodynamics help research to understand and predict properties and chemical reactions of molecules, mixtures, and materials. In the workshop, both new and experienced modelers will learn how to set up calculations and visualize results within AMS.
See the attachment for more details.
TU Delft has a site-wide license for the AMS software at least until the end of 2021 (please contact Thijs J.H. Vlugt firstname.lastname@example.org for a license).
Please forward to colleagues/students who may be interested.
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Prof.Dr.Ir. Thijs J.H. Vlugt
Professor and Chair Engineering Thermodynamics
Delft University of Technology
Process & Energy Laboratory
2628CB Delft The Netherlands
T +31 (0)15 2786678
t (dot) j (dot) h (dot) vlugt (at) tudelft (dot) nl