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Re: [ESPResSo-users] ESPResSo: The next 15 Years

From: Xinghua Shi
Subject: Re: [ESPResSo-users] ESPResSo: The next 15 Years
Date: Sat, 2 Apr 2016 09:25:20 +0800

should send it on 2 April, not the 1 April....

On Fri, Apr 1, 2016 at 9:20 PM, <address@hidden> wrote:
Way too obvious

Best wishes, Gary

(Sent from my iPhone)

> On 1 Apr 2016, at 13:11, Georg Rempfer <address@hidden> wrote:
> Outpacing the rapidly evolving soft matter spectrum demands constant innovation.
> ESPResSo has been simulating soft matter for more than 15 years and,
> through aggressive scientific investments in key research areas such
> as algorithms, efficiency, high performance computing, and
> best-in-class analytic capabilities, has a deep understanding of the
> breadth and complexity of physics.
> To take ESPResSo to the next level, today we announce our long-term
> innovation mission. To better reflect its goals, ESPResSo, the
> Extensible Simulation Package for the Research on Soft Matter will be
> renamed to METHLAB, the Multiphysics Exascale Technology with
> High-Level Artificial Brain.
> METHLAB will be the ideal platform for total exploration production in
> your personalized soft matter strategy. It has a top-down exascale
> mindset and uses modern techniques such as automatic code generation,
> deep learning, and cloud. It is developed in a holistic agile
> development progress.
> METHLAB is ideal for any challenge in soft matter. It is
> multi-physics, multi-scale, multi-platform, multi-agent, and
> multi-tasking. It is optimized for Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure and
> powers our new Physics-as-a-Service platform. One-click publication of
> results to Facebook, Twitter, ResearchGate and Nature Magazine is
> available in our mobile apps for iOS, Android, and BlackBerry, now in
> beta and available on the App Store -- just search for Espresso To Go.
> We will return METHLAB to tried and trusted, mature technologies. Git
> will be replaced with CVS, and all C++11 code will be rewritten in
> Fortran to improve portability and to fully leverage decades of
> compiler development excellence. At the same time, the Python
> interface, announced for ESPResSo four years ago but having gone
> nowhere, will be scrapped in favor of a modern Node.js frontend to be
> able to tap into the vast amount of intellectual capital available in
> software developers on the market.
> The ESPResSo Development Team

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