Quantum chemistry on mobile phones!
Its the PC of 90's!
Note to Researchers:
If you wish to site this work, use the following citation:
“A case for scientific applications on smartphones”, ICONCT'09, Shivakashi, India, 9 -11 December 2009.
- Ganesh, 12th Dec 2009.
An early port of mobihf for 3rd edition phones with FP1 is available. Use this link - mobihf_ext_3rdedFP1.tar.bz2to download. Though early port on 3rd edition phones were already made available by cyke64, I couldn't make it run on my E51 and eventually recompiled it. Right now it is not as advanced (read UI) as the s60 2nd edition package. The benchmarks are accordingly updated.
- Ganesh, 28th Oct 2008.
- Ganesh, 28th Mar 2007.
A new version of mobihf (bug fix release) is available now. The C/python module was compiled using gnupoc, as i have currently no access to a windows machine (and may not have for a few more months!). No new features are added except that now it reports time and whether a python or C module is used for integral evaluation.
- Ganesh, 16th Feb 2007.
mobihf has been ported to 3rd edition phones by cyke64 and is available at:
- Ganesh, 24th Nov 2006.
The source code of both mobimol and mobihf have been merged with the PyQuante CVS. All further updates will be available from the PyQuante CVS at: http://pyquante.cvs.sourceforge.net/pyquante/PyQuante/MobiCode/
Thanks a lot to Rick for the help in merging the code with PyQuante CVS!
I will further update this page to reflect the new changes. So look back!
- Ganesh, 25th August 2006.
mobimol and mobihf:
This page contains my work on writing a few interesting Python scripts on the S60 series mobile phones. This has largely been made possible by the excellent work by Nokia to port Python interpreter on S60 platform. Check http://opensource.nokia.com on how to obtain the interpreter on you phone. Alternately check a page maintained by cyke64 here that contains a exhaustive list of phones that support the S60 platform as well as appropriate link for downloading the interpreter.
For the moment I describe two of the scripts with which I have managed to squeeze in a simple visualizer and an SCF procedure for electronic structure calculation at HF level of theory.