Fri, July 30, 2010 - 4:13pm
The ICAM/I2CAM GPU Cluster “Strider” is now available for interested scientists to use for code development or molecular dynamics applications. There are also some parallel CPU nodes available for utilization. For further information and a link to apply to use the GPU resources, please visit http://icam-i2cam.org/index.php/research/icam_gpu/
We have OpenMM software for both implicit solvent and all atom molecular dynamics, and CUDA for developing codes in areas such as quantum Monte Carlo for interacting bosons, or micromagnetics.
Our preliminary runs with OpenMM software have been encouraging-for example, a medium sized protein (order 50 residues) was simulated at 50 nanoseconds with explicit solvent for 20 different temperatures - the time was 15 hours. The time on conventional processors would be at least an order of magnitude longer.
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