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Home > Press > QuantumWise And Lockheed Martin Collaborate On Nanotechnology Modeling Platform

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QuantumWise will collaborate with Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Laboratories (ATL) to build a new nanotechnology modeling platform for the defense industry.

QuantumWise And Lockheed Martin Collaborate On Nanotechnology Modeling Platform

Copenhagen, Denmark | Posted on September 27th, 2010

The new software platform is based on QuantumWise's flagship product, Atomistix ToolKit (ATK), and will incorporate Sandia National Laboratories' Socorro simulation package. ATK is the only commercial simulation software that comprehensively models electrical properties of nanodevices, and Socorro is an advanced simulator for nanomaterials.

"Combining ATK and Socorro will create a unique platform that will give us access to new nanotechnology simulation capability," says Rick Barto, manager at Lockheed Martin ATL. "The new system will have an intuitive graphical user interface and advanced scripting language. When Socorro is integrated into the QuantumWise platform it will enable us to address many challenges we face working in nanoscale environments."

"We are pleased to have been selected by Lockheed as their collaborative partner to deliver this new cutting-edge defense-oriented nanoscale simulation platform. Combining the unique capabilities of Atomistix ToolKit with Socorro is an important step in our ambition of delivering the leading simulation platform for the materials modeling market," says Kurt Stokbro, chief executive officer at QuantumWise.

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About QuantumWise A/S
QuantumWise A/S is a world leader in software for the simulation of electrical properties at the nanoscale. QuantumWise A/S is a privately held Danish company located in Copenhagen. Employing some of the world’s leading experts on quantum-mechanical modeling, the company is developing state-of-the-art software for simulating the electrical and structural properties of nanoscale materials and devices. QuantumWise licenses its technology to leading universities, government labs, and corporations around the world. The company’s products are supported by a world-wide distributor network.

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