ExaViz News

Vitamins software suite released!

ExaViz project members are proud to announce the release of Vitamins (Visual and In Situ Analytics for Molecular Interactive Simulation), an open source framework for the analysis and visualisation of large molecular dynamics trajectories directly acquired in-situ while the simulation is running, or read from files. The main Vitamins repository is at

Vitamins currently supports Gromacs and MdAnalysis and runs on Linux and Mac OS X. Vitamins is meant to be a flexible and high performance framework that users can customize to support their preferred tools and own analytics scenarios. Vitamins has been used for large simulation running on several thousands cores.

Exaviz paper published at FD169

The ExaViz project made significant progress by summarizing all the recent work in the following article:

M. Dreher, J. Prevoteau-Jonquet, M. Trellet, M. Piuzzi, M. Baaden*, B.  Raffin*, N. Férey, S. Robert, S. Limet: "FD169: Exaviz: A Flexible Framework to Analyse, Steer and Interact with Molecular Dynamics Simulations", Faraday Discuss., 2014, Accepted Manuscript, doi: 10.1039/C3FD00142C

It is accompanied by the release of the Vitamins framework (see other news ticket).

Job openings

Two new job openings in the ExaViz project are available at IBPC. There is a a post-doctoral or engineer position and a doctoral position to be filled, do not hesitate to contact us! Check out the details on the JOBS menu page.

VizBi 2012 conference coming up soon!

Next month in Heidelberg visualizing biological data will be a major topic at the 3rd VizBi conference:

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