Join us for the inaugural session of IMAGINE: The Future of Education, a series of conversations with (and for) education leaders who are adapting and thriving in our new normal.
Computational chemistry is extremely compute-intensive and can benefit from GPUs and high performance computing available in AWS. Check out this webinar to learn how high performance architectures on AWS can be used to run GROMACS quickly and efficiently. Choose architecture that is the most cost-efficient for the performance you need. Discover how to create a high performance cluster using RONIN, install GROMACS on the cluster, run checkpointing to exploit less expensive spot pricing, visualize your results, and save your cluster for future use.
- Carsten Kutzner, PhD, Software Developer, Department of Theoretical and Computational Biophysics, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
- Evan Bollig, PhD, Specialist Solutions Architect for High Performance Computing, AWS