The Molecular Sciences Software Institute serves as a nexus for science, education, and cooperation serving the worldwide community of computational molecular scientists – a broad field including of biomolecular simulation, quantum chemistry, and materials science.

People

At the heart of the MolSSI's effort is a team of molecular scientists, computer scientists, and applied mathematicians with advanced software engineering expertise. The MolSSI team is made up of the Board of Directors, the Science and Software Advisory Board, and the Software Scientists, and the Software Fellows.

Resources

The MolSSI provides access to both software tools and educational materials relevant to the computational molecular sciences. We welcome community contributions to the available resources.

Education & Outreach

The MolSSI supports a series of community-led workshops targeting software-related challenges relevant to the computational molecular sciences, as well as numerous Software Summer Schools focused on students across the U.S.

News & Events

Look here for information about upcoming MolSSI-sponsored events, as well as details regarding Software Fellowships, open Software Scientist positions, and much more.

Meet Software Scientist: Daniel Smith!

Meet Software Scientist: Daniel Smith!

Although Daniel Smith started his undergraduate degree with the intention to become a medical doctor, his time in the College

The MolSSI QCArchive Blog

The MolSSI QCArchive project is a platform to compute, organize, and share large-scale quantum chemistry data. The QCArchive team has developed

MolSSI Workshop: Software for Advanced Potential Energy Surfaces

MolSSI Workshop: Software for Advanced Potential Energy Surfaces

Organizers: Teresa Head-Gordon (U.C. Berkeley) and Susan B. Sinnott (Penn State U.) Location: Berkeley, California Dates: 1-2 August 2019 Advanced

Meet Software Scientist Jonathan Moussa!

Meet Software Scientist Jonathan Moussa!

    From an early age, Dr. Jonathan Moussa was an avid gamer with a creative streak, which led to