Dr. William Polik, Chemistry; Dr. Michael Jipping, Computer Science
Computational chemistry requires expensive computers and significant computer expertise. We are remedying these issues by using cloud computing to lower costs and by developing our Server In The Cloud (SITC) script to reduce the need for local expertise. SITC implements computational chemistry engines with the user-friendly WebMO interface on Google and Amazon cloud computers. In this way, we are making computational chemistry cheaper and more accessible to a wider range of chemistry students and researchers.
Repository citation: Campbell, Gregory, "Computational Chemistry in the Cloud" (2020). 19th Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (2020). Paper 29.
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