Student dedicates simulation computer software in honour of trainer | Thiruvananthapuram News

Thiruvananthapuram: What else could be a improved way to convey one’s gratitude to a fantastic trainer than sharing information with the youthful technology and guiding them to scale new educational heights?
Krishna Mohan, an assistant professor in chemistry has accomplished specifically that by dedicating five years of his difficult perform to the fond recollections of late professor Hisham Abdul Khader who kindled the enthusiasm of hundreds of chemistry pupils who examined in the University Higher education in the late 1990s.
A duplicate left simulation computer software for the analyze of products science developed by Krishna Mohan will be introduced by academician Rajan Gurukkal on Lecturers Day on September 5. The open-source modelling program produced by Krishna Mohan, who did his publish-doctoral study at Pohang College of Science & Technology in South Korea, could be of sizeable use for college students and scientists in the area of chemistry, nano technology, products science and molecular physics.
The software for prediction of molecular qualities is the to start with of its type designed in the condition. It was developed with the assist of Indo-Korea Science and Know-how Centre, Bangalore. An short article about the application software program has been printed in the latest version of Wiley’s Journal of Computational Chemistry.
“The program-DJMol-is expected to fill the lengthy-felt vacuum in the analyze of product science in tutorial establishments in the condition. It’s built in these a way that it would be valuable for an undergraduate college student to a post-doctoral researcher. The main code is created in Java and Python, employing a established of open supply libraries and it takes advantage of the options of Google Cloud and Git. Due to the fact this application computer software would stay duplicate remaining, any individual can establish it even more in accordance to their demands and eyesight,” Krishna Mohan explained.
He made use of the open-supply libraries, like those people in University of Notre Dame in the US and Barcelona College in Spain in conjunction with the DJMol application.
“The key to content science experiments is readily available in duplicate remaining variety. But they are scattered across. By shaping up this program, we have experimented with to bundle this scattered expertise into a completely ready-to-use structure,” he claimed.He reported he been given assistance from university student developer Rahul Sunil of Mar Baselios Engineering Higher education and Dr Kapil Gupta and Dr Seung-Cheol Lee of Indo-Korea Science and Technologies Centre, Bangalore.