LAMMPS is a classical molecular dynamics (MD) code created for simulating molecular and atomic systems such as proteins in solution, liquid-crystals, polymers, zeolites, or simple Lenard-Jonesium. It was designed for distributed-memory parallel computers and runs on any parallel platform that supports the MPI message-passing library or on single-processor workstations. The current version is LAMMPS 2001, which is written in mostly F90.
The current version of LAMMPS includes:
Lammps version 2001 is available on the Origin and Altix machines.
Restrictions on Use
Due to our licence with SANDIA, user wishing to use Lammps, must first contact the CSAR helpdesk to register for use.
Set Up Procedure
Once you have registered and been added to the access
control list you will be able to access Lammps using the module
Running the Code
Lammps is an MPI code and should therefore be launched
Futher information is available
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