Atomistix launches software to ease nanotechnology development  

2005.02.14
Danish software company Atomistix has launched a user friendly product for simulation and analysis of atomic scale properties of nanoscale devices, Virtual NanoLab

Danish software company Atomistix has launched a user friendly product for simulation and analysis of atomic scale properties of nanoscale devices, Virtual NanoLab. So far, atomic scale system simulation has been the exclusive province of physicists and chemists, but with Virtual NanoLab, engineers and other product developers can also make use of quantum mechanical methods to understand nanotechnology.

 

The new software is based on the first Atomistix product, Transiesta-C. Kurt Stokbro, co-founder of Atomistix estimates there are a potential 2 million customers for Virtual NanoLab.

 

Atomistix was founded in 2003 as a start-up company based on nano-research at Copenhagen University and the Technical University of Denmark. Investors include Dansk Kapitalanlæg, CAT Seed and CAT Symbion Innovation. Atomistix has premises in Copenhagen, Singapore and Montreal. The news is reported by professional journal Ingeniøren (The Engineer).

 

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