Simbios researchers meld a powerful combo of tools
AMOEBA's polarizable force field now integrated with OpenMM
OpenMM provides a common interface for doing MD simulations on GPUs
Kim Branson of Vertex Pharmaceuticals uses OpenMM as the GPU accelerator for Yank, a program for quickly estimating molecular binding affinities that he’s building with collaborators from Pande’s lab.
Notre Dame’s Jesus Izaguirre collaborates with Simbios to increase the time scales of protein folding simulations with OpenMM. Why team up with Simbios? Because “they are working on exciting problems and have good people,” he says.
Erik Lindahl of Stockholm University uses OpenMM to speed up molecular simulations of membrane proteins and takes inspiration from Simbios’ professional approach to software development as he continues developing and maintaining GROMACS.
How Simbios' state-of-the-art software tools are contributing to high-impact biomedical research
A unique opportunity to build both flexibility and high performance into a piece of software.
The yield: an unprecedented and insightful millisecond simulation
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