Dirac Program

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Program for Atomic and Molecular Direct Iterative Relativistic All-electron Calculations

The DIRAC program computes molecular properties using relativistic quantum chemical methods.

It is named after P.A.M. Dirac, the father of relativistic electronic structure theory.

Manual and tutorials

Installing DIRAC

Getting help

Basis sets

Developers

Latest news (news archive)

  • 5th row (back): Radovan Bast (Toulouse), Erik Donovan Hedegård (Odense), Hans Jørgen Aagard Jensen (Odense), Trond Saue (Toulouse), Timo Fleig (Toulouse)
  • 4th row: Michal Repisky (Tromsø), Anna Hehn (Karlsruhe), Lasse Kragh Sørensen (Aarhus), Jógvan Magnus Olsen (Odense)
  • 3rd row: Kenneth Ruud (Tromsø), Cristina Aparecida Barboza (Santiago de Chile), Pawel Tecmer (Amsterdam), Luuk Visscher (Amsterdam)
  • 2nd row: Stanislav Komorovsky (Tromsø), Jessica Loras (Toulouse), Mickael Hubert (Toulouse), Andre Gomes (Lille), Sebastian Höfener (Amsterdam)
  • 1st row (front): Elke Faßhauer (Heidelberg), Roberto Di Remigio (Pisa), Stefan Knecht (Odense), Morten Nørby Pedersen (Odense)

  • 2011-11-11 DIRAC11 is released at 11/11/11 at 11:11:11 CET

  • 2011-11-03 Britain's Royal Society has opened up its journal archive. Search for papers by P.A.M. Dirac and others here.

Any DIRAC developer is free to post news here. This includes links to publications of general interest to the DIRAC community.

DIRAC meeting 2011

Developers (2011)

Timo Fleig (Toulouse), Jack Sabin (Gainesville, Florida), Trond Saue (Toulouse), Lucas Visscher (Amsterdam), Franklin Ferraro (Santiago, Chile), Miroslav Ilias (Banska Bystrica), Luis Alvarez-Thon (the photographer; Santiago, Chile), Young Choon Park (Daejeon), Andre Severo-Pereira Gomes (Lille), Christoph Jacob (Karlsruhe), Sebastian Höfener (Amsterdam), Morten Nørby Pedersen (Odense), Markus Pernpointner (Heidelberg), Radovan Bast (Tromsø), Stefan Knecht (Odense), Elke Faßhauer (Heidelberg), Lasse Sørensen (Aarhus), Paul Bagus (Denton), Ulf Ekström (Oslo), Hans Jørgen Aagaard Jensen (Odense)

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