Extra storage for computing project proposal NAISS 2023/5-196
||Extra storage for computing project proposal NAISS 2023/5-196|
||NAISS Small Storage|
||Tore Brinck <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
||Kungliga Tekniska högskolan|
||2023-05-01 – 2024-05-01|
As part of the computing project SNIC 2022/5-161 we are extending and applying the Molecular Surface Property Approach (MSPA) to periodic systems and large nanoparticles. The MSPA approach takes as input charge density and wavefunction files from periodic DFT calculations using VASP and GPAW. As the systems grow these files becomes very large. We are therefore applying for additional storage up to 4000 GiB to account for future needs.
The Molecular Surface Property Approach (MASP) is used to analyze and predict chemical interactions of molecules, nanoparticles as well as extended surfaces, and has e.g. applications in electrochemistry and heterogeneous catalysis. The MASP approach is discussed in more detail in the application of the computing project.
In addition to need of storage space for MASP and electronic structure calculations (VASP), we also perform classical MD simulations using Gromacs of methane hydrate formation. This involve multiple microsecond long simulations, and the trajectory files need to be stored and anlyzed in detail. Thus relative large storage is needed.