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Part I: Molecular Dynamics Animation

Animate molecular dynamics (MD) simulation, choosing either of the following two options.

Option 1: Combine md.c and atomv.c to write a C/OpenGL program for in situ animation of simulation, following the lecture note on “Visualizing Molecular Dynamics III—Animation”.

Option 2: Use the VMD software (http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/vmd) to post-process simulation data, following the lecture note on “VMD Animation of Molecular Dynamics”. (For the simulation, use lmd.c instead of md.c for a better speed.)

Assignment: Demonstrate its execution on your laptop to me during the office hours.

Part II: Visualizing an Electronic Wave Function

Visualize the wave function of a photo-excited hole (i.e., absence of an electron) in the Gaussian-

cube file, http://cacs.usc.edu/education/cs596/src/viz/MoSe2-hole.cube, as an

isosurface, following the lecture note on “VMD Animation of Molecular Dynamics”.

Assignment: Demonstrate its execution on your laptop to me during the office hours.

Final-Project Ideas

• Color-coding the atoms with their kinetic-energy values. (A nice visual demonstration of thermal equilibration may be obtained by initializing half the MD box at a high temperature and the other half at a low temperature and observing how these temperatures will equilibrate.)

• Color-coding the atoms by mapping their 3D velocities to points in the RGB color cube.

• Animate parallel MD code, pmd.c,1,2 or your own application.

• How can you visualize (e.g., color-code) the 3´3 stress tensor,3-6 αβ N # α β 1 α β # 1 du & & (α, β = x, y, z) , σi = %vi vi + ∑ rij rij %− ( ( 2 Ω % ≠ \$ r dr ‘r=r ( \$ j ( i ) ij ‘

of the i-th atom (i = 0, …, N-1), where N is the total number of atoms, W = LxLyLz is the volume of the simulation box, rijα is the a-th component of the vector rij = ri rj , and u(r) is the Lennard-Jones potential function?

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