Rie Nogita

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We present our perspective and goals on highperformance computing for nanoscience in accordance with the global trend toward “peta-scale computing.” After reviewing our results obtained through the grid-enabled version of the fragment molecular orbital method (FMO) on the grid testbed by the Japanese Grid Project, National Research Grid Initiative (NAREGI),(More)
OpenFMO framework, an open-source software (OSS) platform for Fragment Molecular Orbital (FMO) method, is extended to multi-physics simulations (MPS). After reviewing the several FMO implementations on distributed computer environments, the subsequent development planning corresponding to MPS is presented. It is discussed which should be selected as a(More)
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