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QuantumWise will participate in the DPG Spring Meeting in Regensburg, Germany, on March 6-11.READ MORE
QuantumWise is seeking a scientific team member for our office in Japan.READ MORE
We are happy to announce that there are now more than 1,000 publications based on ATK in the publication list, which has recently been updated.READ MORE
CEO Kurt Stokbro will participate in nano tech 2016 - The 15th International Nanotechnology Exhibition & Conference in Tokyo, Japan, on January 27-29, 2016. The conference is part of the programme on the NANOTECH Cluster SME Mission arranged by the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation, and you can find them at booth 6T-11.
A new paper has been published by researchers at Tokyo University of Science on "Carrier localization length in edge-disordered graphene nanoribbons with sub-100 nm length". It uses ATK-SemiEmpirical (Slate-Koster tight binding) for the calculations and has over 15,000 atoms included in one system. As far as we know, this is the largest system ever studied with ATK-SE!READ MORE
A new ATK paper has been published in a collaboration between QuantumWise and DTU Nanotech, with the title "First-principles method for electron-phonon coupling and electron mobility: Applications to two-dimensional materials".READ MORE
A new portal for ATK and VNL documentation is now online, including tutorials, manuals, case studies, and much more.READ MORE
QuantumWise is very happy to wish all of you very happy holidays, and we look forward to talking to all of you again in 2016.READ MORE
The Bi2Se3 material is a 3D strong topological insulator, and you can use ATK to show this using first-principles modeling! Learn how to use DFT with spin-orbit coupling to calculate the topologically protected surface states and investigate spin-circles on the Dirac cone.
A new combined experimental and theoretical study publised on ACS Applied Materials and Interfaces is now available online at this link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/acsami.5b08966READ MORE
A new scientific paper has been published in Computational Materials Science 112, 263 (2016) in a collaboration between QuantumWise, the University of Bremen, and Stanford University.
The paper is titled "The effects of uniaxial and biaxial strain on the electronic structure of germanium", doi:10.1016/j.commatsci.2015.10.023.
The 2015.1 update for Virtual NanoLab and Atomistix ToolKit is now available for download. This release fixes a few smaller and larger bugs.READ MORE
QuantumWise will be present at the IWSPD 2015 conference in Bangalore, India on December 7-10, 2015, and CEO Kurt Stokbro will give an invited talk with the title "Atomic-scale modelling for device and process simulation". The talk will take place on Wednesday 9th at 11:00 in Hall 2 of the J N Tata Auditorium.READ MORE
A new scientific paper has been published in Physics Review B in a collaboration between QuantumWise and the University of Delaware, with the title "Nonequilibrium spin texture within a thin layer below the surface of current-carrying topological insulator Bi2Se3: A first-principles quantum transport study".READ MORE
QuantumWise is very happy to announce that we have been elected a 2015 Gazelle company by the Danish newspaper Børsen.READ MORE
QuantumWise is happy to announce that Virtual NanoLab (VNL) is now free for academic users!READ MORE
Our latest study on III–V semiconductor quantum wells which provides a rigorous assessment of III–V semiconductor band structure calculation methods and calibrated band parameters for device simulations will be published in Solid-State Electronics.READ MORE
On 23rd of October, CEO Kurt Stokbro did a VNL-ATK workshop at Huazhong University of Science & Technology in Wuhan, China.READ MORE
Welcome to Virtual NanoLab and Atomistix ToolKit 2015! This newest version of the QuantumWise atomic-scale modeling platform contains a fantastic set of performance updates (in particular for parallel execution) and many exciting new features, like electron-phonon interaction, a new Job Manager, and a long range of analysis functions for molecular dynamics simulations, just to mention a few.READ MORE
Throughout the rest of the year, QuantumWise is doing a collaboration with a group of master students from Aalborg University in order to improve the user experience of our homepage as well as Virtual NanoLab.READ MORE
Kurt Stokbro will be at the CECAM workshop Development of next generation accurate approximate DFT/B methods in Bremen, Germany on October 11-15, 2015.READ MORE
QuantumWise is now seeking new scientific team members for the development and support teams in Copenhagen, Denmark.READ MORE
Quantumwise will participate in the ESSCIRC/ESSDERC conference in Graz, Austria, on 14-18 September 2015. Troels Markussen and Umberto Martinez Pozzoni will give a hands-on tutorial on September 18th at 13:45 with the title “Demonstration and hands-on tutorial of atomic-scale simulation with ATK".READ MORE
QuantumWise will go to the Carbonhagen 2015 6th symposium on carbon and related nanomaterials in Copenhagen 13-14th of August. Anders Blom will give a short presentation on August 13th in the afternoon, and we will also have a booth during the symposium, where you can have a chat with Jess and Umberto about our software.READ MORE
An update VNL-ATK 2014.3 is now available for download. The new version introduces a variety of bug fixes.READ MORE
Anders Blom will give a talk about First-Principles Simulations of Nanoscale Transistors at SISPAD 2015, which takes place in Washington, DC, from the 9th to 11th of September.READ MORE
QuantumWise will be present at the International Symposium on Nanoengineered Composites on July 15-17 in Roskilde, Denmark, where Julian Schneider will give a talk about Atomic-scale simulations of mechanical and thermal properties of composite materials using the Atomistic ToolKit (ATK). Julian's talk takes place on Thursday, July 16 from 11:30-11:50.READ MORE
QuantumWise will be at the IEEE Nano 2015 conference in Rome, Italy from 27th to 30th of July.
You will be able to participate in the hands-on tutorial by Umberto Martinez, which will be held on Monday the 27th from 16:00-19:00 in Room 8, with the title "Multiscale atomistic simulations with Atomistix Toolkit". Please see the detailed description below.READ MORE
Umberto Martinez will give a talk about Transport Properties of Nanoscale TFET by Atomic Scale Simulations at Nanotech France 2015, which takes place in Paris, France, from 15th to 17th of June. Umberto's talk will be held in the Session III: Nano Electronics on Tuesday the 16th from 11.15.READ MORE
Kurt Stokbro will give an invited talk at the CECAM workshop about Future Technologies in Automated Atomistic Simulations, which takes place in Lausanne, Switzerland, from the 8th to the 10th of June. The talk has the title Virtual NanoLab, an extendible materials simulation platform, and will be held on Monday the 8th in the morning.READ MORE
Anders Blom will give an invited talk at the CMOS Emerging Technologies Research conference in Vancouver, Canada, which takes place from 20-22 of May. Anders' talk will be on Wednesday at 10:30 am and has the title First-principles Simulations of Semiconductor Materials and Devices - Recent Progress and Remaining Challenges.READ MORE
Former Vice President of Hewlett-Packard and Cadence Patrick Scaglia is a new member of the board of the Danish company QuantumWise A/S, whose products are used today by the world's electronics giants for computer simulations of new electronic circuits on the nanoscale.READ MORE
A survey was sent out over the weekend to a large number of ATK and Virtual NanoLab users, mainly to persons who requested a trial license.
We hereby confirm that the email is not spam, and it is correct that you can obtain an extended trial license by completing the survey.
The survey was formulated by a small group of master students from Judge Business School in Cambridge, UK, who work as consultants for QuantumWise. Unfortunately, they didn't double-check the content of the email and survey with us before sending it out, resulting in a misspelling of Virtual NanoLab throughout the email and survey, and other minor mistakes.
Despite these unfortunate mistakes we appreciate all completed forms, which we can use to improve the quality and user experience of our products. If you have additional questions about the survey, please contact .READ MORE
An update to VNL-ATK 2014 is now available for download. The new version introduces a wide variety of smaller bug fixes, and some improved features.READ MORE
QuantumWise gives you some tools to enjoy a peaceful holiday time with you family...READ MORE
Researchers from California and Singapore recently published a paper on Magnetocrystalline anisotropy and switching magnetic tunnel junctions using ATK for noncollinear transport calculations. (Zhaoqiang Bai, Lei Shen, Yongqing Cai, Qingyun Wu1, Minggang Zeng, Guchang Han & Yuan Ping Feng, New J. Phys. 16 (2014) 103033).READ MORE
Did you visit the tutorial section called Virtual NanoLab for other codes? If you do now, you will find two categories: Virtual NanoLab for VASP and the new category: Virtual NanoLab for LAMMPS.READ MORE
Two addons have been updated for VNL 2014.READ MORE
VNL-ATK 2014 is now available for download. The new release introduces a wide variety of new and improved features.READ MORE
QuantumWise proudly presents QuantumWise.com in a new design. The core reasons to relaunch the web site were to increase usability and to strenghen the corporate identity of QuantumWise online. Especially, we wanted to make it easier how to find relevant tutorials! Now the new homepage is here with lots of new tutorials too, so please check them out.READ MORE
Check out the paper "Improved initial guess for minimum energy path calculations" J. Chem. Phys. 140, 214106 (2014) by Søren Smidstrup, Andreas Pedersen, Kurt Stokbro and Hannes Jónsson which is available on-line!READ MORE
FermiTech (Beijing) Co. Ltd. has been appointed as the new and official distributor for Atomistix Toolkit (ATK) and Virtual Nanolab (VNL) in China.READ MORE
Beijing Hongcam Software Technologies Co. Ltd. and its subsidiaries are no longer authorized to sell or support Atomistix Toolkit (ATK) and Virtual Nanolab (VNL) with immediate effect. A new distributor for China will be announced shortly.
In the meantime, for any queries from users in China, kindly contact directly.READ MORE
Recently, QuantumWise closed its first sale on the African continent, and this means that Virtual NanoLab and Atomistix ToolKit (ATK) is now installed on 6 continents. The QuantumWise succes story is also the story of how the research area of atomistic modeling is emerging world-wide.READ MORE
From Toulouse to Lille and Paris - France here we come!READ MORE
Abstract deadline has been extended to 1st of May. Visit the QuantumHagen websiteREAD MORE
Check out the 12 new tutorials and explore the new and enhanced features of ATK. Learn how to use the Crystal Builder and do Noncollinear spin calculations with ATK. Spice up your presentations with videos of NEB and MD and get glimpse from booth 630 at The American Chemical Society Spring Meeting.READ MORE
QuantumWise will attend the American Chemical Society Spring Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Meet us at Booth 630, get a demo and sign up for the free workshop.READ MORE
Press release: New Computer Aided Design solutions to reduce cost and time to market of high performance energy efficient nanoelectronic technologyREAD MORE
A review article was recently published in JCEL on studies of interfaces between different materials with ATK.READ MORE
To present some of the new features in ATK 13.8, we have published several new tutorials, on noncollinear spin, polarization of ferroelectronic materials, phonons, and how to do calculations with van der Waals interactions.READ MORE
The unique capability of ATK to simulate single interfaces between materials is demonstrated in our work on pentacene on Au(111) that was recently published in Physical Review B.READ MORE
We are still looking for the right candidate for this position.READ MORE
To ease the communication for our users we now provide captions or subtitles for our video tutorials on YouTube. Our speaker tries to speak clearly, but if you don’t grasp what she says, you now have the possibility to turn on subtitles in English, Japanese, Turkish, Spanish and ChineseREAD MORE
The recent webinar “Atomic-scale Modeling of Nanoelectronic Devices With Atomistix ToolKit”, presented by Anders Blom on May 28th, can now be watched on YouTube and YouKu. It is both available on the YouTube-channel of NNIN Michigan in full length, and on QuantumWiseTV in a slightly edited version. In addition, the slides are available on Slideshare.READ MORE
QuantumWise and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will engage in a project over the next 3 years to extend the capabilities of ATK. The goal is to simulate large-scale nano-electronic devices, where electron-phonon coupling is taken into account.READ MORE
On May 28th, the NNIN node at the University of Michigan will organize a webinar about ATK, presented by Anders Blom.READ MORE
QuantumWise Japan and Tokyo University of Science are organising a joint conference on June 20.
In conjunction with this, on June 21, QuantumWise Japan invites anyone interested in ATK for a hands-on training seminar at Suidobashi in Tokyo.
Conference web page (in Japanese).READ MORE
During the last 3 months, we have hired 3 new developers and one marketing person at our headquarters in Copenhagen. This will greatly increase the pace of deployment of new features in ATK, and also strengthen our online presence.READ MORE
A couple of new mini-tutorials for ATK have been published recently, showing for instance how to calculate atomic-scale capacitance.READ MORE
A couple of new tutorials for ATK have been published, on topics such as the reconstruction of a Si (100) surface, complex band structure calculations, and a study of a Si nanowire FET. Also, the VASP scripter tutorial has been updated.READ MORE
QuantumWise hereby announces the launch of QuantumWiseTV on YouTube and the Chinese video provider YouKu. Now ATK users all around the world can watch our video tutorials and get to know more features of the software.READ MORE
QuantumWise congratulates Prof. Jing Lu, Hong Li, and co-workers from Peking University in Beijing, China for making the cover of the August edition of European Physical Journal B! The cover image, taken from their article “High performance silicene nanoribbon field effect transistors with current saturation” [EPJB 85(8), 274 (2012)] illustrates how good quality figures can bring extra attention to an article, and highlights the importance of having a good graphical user interface for visualizing the results of the calculations.READ MORE
The online database of articles published with ATK now has over 600 entries.READ MORE
Copenhagen/Tokyo, 7 October 2011
QuantumWise A/S today announces
A new tutorial has been published, showing how to use ATK for advanced analysis of a molecular device.READ MORE
An article showing how ATK can be used for calculating energy stability diagrams of single-electron transistors has been published.READ MORE
QuantumWise will collaborate with Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) to build a new nanotechnology modeling platform for the defense industry.READ MORE
We have moved to new offices in the north of Copenhagen.READ MORE
An article describing how the extended Hückel model in ATK-SE works has been published in PRB.READ MORE
QuantumWise has recruited an additional scientist to work on the development of ATK since the beginning of June.READ MORE
A free ATK training event was organized in California 25-26 February 2010.READ MORE
QuantumWise CEO, Prof. Kurt Stokbro, will give an invited talk at the European Nanometrology Workshop 19-20 November 2009 in Braunschweig, Germany.READ MORE
QuantumWise will present an invited talk at the CECAM workshop 14-16 October on Computational Physics and Chemistry of Graphene.READ MORE
The 2009 ATK User Meeting will be held in Copenhagen 7-8 September. Register now - the event is free of charge.READ MORE
QuantumWise has replaced Atomistix as industrial partner in the HYMOS project.READ MORE