TURBOMOLE is a powerful general purpose Quantum Chemistry (QC) program package for ab initio Electronic Structure Calculations. Presently, the TURBOMOLE is one of the fastest and most stable codes available for standard quantum chemical applications (Hartree-Fock, DFT, MP2, Coupled Cluster, TDDFT, ...). Unlike many other programs, the main focus in the development of TURBOMOLE has not been to implement all new methods and functionals, but to provide a fast and stable code which is able to treat molecules of industrial relevance at reasonable time and memory requirements. Especially the RI-DFT method often saves a factor 10 in CPU-time compared with many other QM programs. TURBOMOLE runs under LINUX, several UNIX variants, Windows, and MacOS in serial and parallel mode.
Versions 5.6, 5.10, 6.0, 6.4, 6.5 and 7.1. Currently there is only a licence for a certain group at JCU in MetaCentrum. The TURBOMOLE is available in the following versions:
- version 7.1 (module
turbomole-7.1) – a license purchased by Centre CERIT-SC available for all the registered MetaVO users – explicit EULA agreement is required
- version 6.5 (module
turbomole-6.5) – a license purchased by Centre CERIT-SC available for all the registered MetaVO users – explicit EULA agreement is required
- versions 6.0 and 6.4 (modules
turbomole-6.4) -- licensed for a JCU group
- versions 5.6 and 5.10 (modules
turbomole-5.10) -- licensed for NCBR research group
turbomolewill always point to the newest available version
- the program is available just for non-commercial use
- version 6.5 is available for all the users (belonging to an institution, which is entitled to provide academic degrees) registered to MetaVO
Single processor version
module add turbomole-6.0 jobex -ri >jobex.out
Parallel processor version (setting of variables lead to appending of parallel binaries)
export PARA_ARCH=MPI export PARNODES=PROCS module add turbomole-6.0 module add openmpi jobex -ri >jobex.out
where instead of PROCS specify number of processors.
Available on-line on the producer's webpage or locally in the program directory (/software/turbomole-6.5/DOC/).
Pavel Fibich firstname.lastname@example.org