Tuesday, 30 May 2017, Differ (Collegezaal), Eindhoven (www.differ.nl)
Organizers and lectures:
- Dr. David Dubbeldam
- Prof. Sofía Calero
- Prof. Thijs J.H. Vlugt
During the past years, the RASPA software has become a well-known molecular simulation package for investigating MOFs, zeolites, ionic liquids, CNTs, and bulk fluids. The code is mainly developed by David Dubbeldam at the University of Amsterdam and it is currently used by more than 20 research groups worldwide. In this tutorial, we provide a solid introduction to RASPA for beginners and intermediate users. The RASPA code and RASPA manual will be provided. There is no course fee but registration is mandatory as the number of participants is limited. In principle, participants will be selected on a irst come/irst serve basis. You need to bring you own laptop (Windows, MacOS, or Linux). It is not needed to install RASPA in advance.
Schedule 30 May 2017
|9.15-10.00||Prof. Sofia Calero||What can we simulate with RASPA?|
|10.30-11.30||Prof. Thijs J.H. Vlugt||Advanced Monte Carlo simulations.|
|11.30-12.30||Dr. David Dubbeldam||Input and Output of RASPA.|
|13.30-16.30||Dr. David Dubbeldam||Hands-on tutorial|
|16.30-17.30||Drinks and networking|
A Verified Certificate of Attendance will be provided following the tutorial for every attendee who specifies it in the registration form.