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12 months ago
QuantumWise 12 months ago

Join us for a webinar on Jun 13 highlighting the new features and functionalities of the soon to be released QuantumATK O-2018.06 software package for atomic-scale modeling! You can register here.

The QuantumATK O-2018.06 will be released in the beginning of June. We are very excited as it is the first release since we became part of Synopsys in Sep, 2017.

Presented by: Anders Blom, PhD and Umberto Martinez Pozzoni, PhD, specialists in atomic-scale simulations at Synopsys.

The webinar includes live demonstration (40 min) and Q&A session (20 min):
- 13 June, 9 - 10 AM CEST (Central European Summer Time)
- 13 June, 7 - 8 PM CEST (good time for participants from Americas).

During this webinar, discover the following new features and functionalities of QuantumATK O-2018.06:

-  Plane-wave simulation engine including hybrid functional HSE06
-  New pseudopotentials
-  Performance improvements for periodic and device (with Non-Equilibrium Green's Function method) density functional theory (DFT) simulations
-  Introduction to the advanced StudyObject framework to perform complex tasks such as:
     o Device geometry optimizations
     o IV characteristics enabling systematic variation of both, the gate-source and the drain-source voltages of a device
     o Simulating neutral and charged point defects in bulk materials and interfaces: defect formation energies and transition levels
- Special Quasi-random Structure (SQS) generator for simulating alloys
- New Builder features for building and handling your structures
- And more new exciting features!

You can register for the webinar here.

Visit our website  to learn more about QuantumATK - the complete industry-proven software package for materials, nanostructures, and nanoelectronic devices. 

We look forward to meeting you during the webinar.

Synopsys QuantumATK team.

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