3D Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Overview

LAMMPS* 3D molecular dynamics simulations are used to analyze, visualize, and manipulate the high-resolution 3D molecular structure of proteins and simulate its movement and interaction. This demo highlights the use of molecular visualization running on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ processor to better understand protein and chemical compounds as part of the drug discovery process. Resulting molecular structure is visualized with VMD integrated with Intel’s OSPRay* ray tracing library.

Product and Performance Information

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