DDBST contributes to SkaSim project
DDBST will participate in the SkaSim project, a project for developing scalable high-performance computing software for molecular simulations in the chemical industry.
In cooperation with several scientific partners from universities and from industry this project will develop software based on force-field based molecular dynamics and Monte-Carlo simulations for the predition and estimation of thermophysical properties of pure components and mixtures. This software will be designed for the modern highest performance computers with multiple cores.
DDBST will contribute with delivering the pure component and mixture properties needed for the parametrization and validation of the models developed.