MBN Explorer 1.1 is released

August 7, 2012
We are proud to announce the public release of a new version of MBN Explorer, a multi-purpose computer code, which allows to model molecular systems of varied level of complexity. MBN Explorer for academic institutions is distributed free of charge and includes precompiled binaries for Linux, Windows and MacOSX platforms. The development of this version of MBN Explorer has been completed by Gennady Sushko, Sergey Kazenyuk, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Alexander V. Yakubovich, and Andrey V. Solov'yov.
MBN Explorer 1.1 has the following advantages over MBN Explorer 1.0:
- Parallel calculations using shared memory with OpenMP libraries;
- Many-body Finnis-Sinclair potential;
- Binary DCD output for the coordinates;
- Performance improvements;
- Multiple minor bug fixes;
- Improved cross-platform stability;
- Extended library of example calculations;
We encourages MBN Explorer users to be closely involved in the development process through reporting bugs, conducting the discussion on the dedicated forum, periodical surveys and via other means. Questions or comments may be directed to info@mbnexplorer.com