From SNIC Documentation
The Vienna Ab initio Simulation Package (VASP) is a program for performing electronic structure calculation. It is commonly used in the physics and materials science communities.
|Abisko||HPC2N||capability resource of 153 TFLOPS with full bisectional infiniband interconnect|
|Akka||HPC2N||capability cluster resource of 54 TFLOPS with infiniband interconnect|
|Beda||C3SE||throughput cluster resource|
|Kappa||NSC||throughput cluster resource of 26 TFLOPS|
|Lindgren||PDC||Cray XE6 capability cluster with 305 TFLOPS peak performance|
|Matter||NSC||cluster resource of 37 TFLOPS dedicated to materials science|
|Triolith||NSC||Capability cluster with 338 TFLOPS peak and 1:2 Infiniband fat-tree|
In general, VASP can be built from the unmodified source code using Intel's Fortran compiler (for x86-64) or IBM's XL Fortran compiler (for PPC). Use of other compilers may require modification of the source code.
License: Requires license.
VASP is not a "free" software. A valid VASP license is required to be allowed to use it, even for centre provided installations. Access to the VASP source code is included in the license.
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|Field||AE FTE||General activities|
|Diana Iusan (UPPMAX)||UPPMAX||5050|
|Weine Olovsson (NSC)||NSC||Computational materials science||9090||Application support, installation and help|
- Main web page. News about bug fixes and general information about VASP.
- VASP online manual. Find out what all those INCAR keyword means, what their default values are, etc. Reading is highly encouraged.
- The VASP forum. For discussing "tricks of the VASP-trade", which knobs to turn, why results look strange, etc. To be able to post questions, you have to be registered and you need a VASP license.
- Instructions for using VASP at PDC