Robinson Group Monte Carlo Simulation Code
Legacy version, 05/16/12
Many of our simulations are run using an in-house Monte Carlo code designed for simulating ordering of polar molecules. We have released the code used for five of our papers published between 2010 and 2015 (DOIs: 10.1021/jp1010605, 10.1021/jp1022423, 10.1021/jp107995t, 10.1021/jp507736r, and 10.1021/acs.jpcb.5b00009) under the NCSA open source license, and it is available for download here (link to the right). The package contains brief documentation and usage examples. This code is configured for one or two-component systems of dipolar spheroids and should be usable on any system with a C++ compiler and standard C++ library. It has since been superseded an improved version developed by Andreas Tillack, which is designed for general molecular systems and automated fitting of coarse-grained parameters; this code is not yet available for public release.