etomica

August 2007

  • Changes to look of etomica website

July 2007

  • Updated "Modules" webpages
  • Made "Modules" latest build available
  • "Modules" can now be run via webstart

January 2, 2003

  • Deploying newly designed site, as developed by Chris Iacovella
  • Deployment of simulation modules to site.

September 2002

  • National Science Foundation ITR grant awarded to expand development of etomica

2002

  • Many undocumented updates

January 4, 2002

  • Implementing changes to improve speed of calculations. Modified pair iterators to remove inefficiencies. New source posted, but class files and documentation not updated.
  • Updates to the performance-issues page

October 30, 2001

  • Major redesign of potential and species classes completed. Source, class, documentation files updated to reflect changes.

June 11, 2001

  • A few unneeded source files that were causing compilation errors have been removed from the source-file zip archive.

June 8, 2001

  • Presentations (including PPEPPD workshop) are collected in a separate link from this page.
  • A presentation about Meters is added.

June 5, 2001

  • The etomica API (but not the graphical front-end) has been revised to make it compatible with Java 1.1.7 (i.e., features that depend on Java 2 have been removed or replaced). The graphical development environment still requires Java 2.

May 31, 2001

  • Powerpoint slides for the PPEPPD workshop have be put on this site.
  • The latest version of Etomica (as demonstrated at the workshop) has not yet be uploaded to this site. Plans are to place it here in the next day or two.


Etomica is dedicated to the memory of Bryan Mihalick.

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This material is based on work supported by the National Science Foundation and performed in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Buffalo.