Introducing MolSpin, a remarkable creation born in the heart of our very own research group. MolSpin, which stands for Molecular Spin Dynamics, isn't just your run-of-the-mill software—it's a virtual playground for unraveling the mysteries of spin systems. Think of it as your personal spin dynamics laboratory, where you can dive into the captivating world of spins and explore their behavior in any context you desire.

Molspin features

But what sets MolSpin apart is its boundless nature. It is designed to be incredibly versatile, focusing on adaptability. This means that when the standard features don't quite fit the bill, you can easily craft new algorithms to suit your needs, making MolSpin your creative canvas. Forget the hassle of starting with a new script; MolSpin empowers you to extend its capabilities easily, allowing your imagination to roam freely.

And here's the real gem: MolSpin doesn't confine itself to specific types of calculations. While it excels at solving the Liouville-von Neumann equation, it's also a master of versatility. Whether diving into semi-classical simulations or even taking a sneak peek into the mesmerizing realm of quantum computing, MolSpin is your trusty companion, ready to help you explore the depths of spin dynamics in ways you've never imagined. It's not just software; it's a ticket to boundless discovery in the enchanting world of molecular spins.

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Recent Publications

Modeling spin relaxation in complex radical systems using MolSpin, Luca Gerhards, Claus Nielsen, Daniel R. Kattnig, P. J. Hore, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 44, 1704-1714, (2023)
Effects of Dynamical Degrees of Freedom on Magnetic Compass Sensitivity: A Comparison of Plant and Avian Cryptochromes, Gesa Grüning, Siu Ying Wong, Luca Gerhards, Fabian Schuhmann, Daniel R. Kattnig, P. J. Hore, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Journal of the American Chemical Society, 144, 22902-22914, (2022)
MolSpin — Flexible and extensible general spin dynamics software, Claus Nielsen, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Journal of Physical Chemistry, 151, 194105-(1-13), (2019)
Towards predicting intracellular radiofrequency radiation effects, Claus Nielsen, Ron Hui, Wing-Yee Lui, Ilia A. Solov'yov, PLoS ONE, 14, e0213286, (2019)