What is NAMD, and where is it installed at IU?
Nanoscale Molecular Dynamics (NAMD) is a scalable parallel molecular dynamics code based on Charm++ parallel objects designed for high-performance simulation of large biomolecular systems. For more, see the NAMD web site.
At Indiana University, NAMD is available on the Big Red II, Quarry, and Mason research computing systems, and the Rockhopper fee-for-service supercomputing cloud appliance.
For more information about the availability of software on the Indiana University shared central systems, see At IU, what software is available on the research computing systems?
If you need help using NAMD on an IU research computing system, email the UITS Scientific Applications and Performance Tuning (SciAPT) team.
This document was developed with support from National Science Foundation (NSF) grant OCI-1053575. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF.
Last modified on September 30, 2013.