Gromacs

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    GROMACS was first developed in Herman Berendsen's group, department of Biophysical Chemistry of Groningen University, and now lead in Stockholm from the Science for Life Laboratory. It is a team effort, with contributions from several current and former developers all over world. We would also be happy to consider your contributions if they are of reasonably high quality! (See the advice on our project ideas page.)


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    Head authors & project leaders

    • Erik Lindahl (Science For Life Laboratory, Stockholm University and KTH, Stockholm, SE)
    • David van der Spoel (Biomedical Centre, Uppsala, SE)
    • Berk Hess (Science for Life Laboratory and KTH, Stockholm, SE)

    Development manager

    • Mark Abraham (Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm, SE)

    Other current developers

    • Rossen Apostolov (Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm, SE)
    • Peter Kasson (University of Virginia, US)
    • Carsten Kutzner (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, DE)
    • Teemu Murtola (Stockholm Center for Biomembrane Research, Stockholm, SE)
    • Szilárd Páll (Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm, SE)
    • Roland Schulz (University of Tennessee, Knoxville, US)
    • Michael Shirts (University of Virginia, US)

    Contributors

    • Sebastian Fritsch (MPI for Polymer Research, Mainz, DE)
    • Anca Hamuraru (StreamComputing)
    • Vincent Hindiksen (StreamComputing)
    • Dmitrios Karkoulis (StreamComputing)
    • Jiri Kraus (NVIDIA)
    • Justin A. Lemkul (University of Maryland, Baltimore, US)
    • Magnus Lundborg (Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm, SE)
    • Erik Marklund (University of Oxford, UK)
    • Alexey Shvetsov (Saint Petersburg Polytechnical University, RU)
    • Teemu Virolainen (StreamComputing)
    • Christian Wennberg (Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm, SE)

    Former developers

    • Emile Apol
    • Henk Bekker
    • Herman Berendsen
    • Pär Bjelkmar
    • Aldert van Buuren
    • Rudi van Drunen
    • Anton Feenstra
    • Gerrit Groenhof (Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen, DE)
    • Bert de Groot
    • Christoph Junghans (Los Alamos National Lab, NM, US)
    • Per Larsson
    • Pieter Meulenhoff
    • Sander Pronk (Science for Life Laboratory, Stockholm, SE)
    • Alfons Sijbers
    • Peter Tieleman
    • Maarten Wolf (MPI Göttingen, DE)
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