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Recent news

WebMO 17.0 is now available for free download!

WebMO 17.0 Pro and Enterprise have a variety of additional features and is available for purchase.

The WebMO app is now available for iOS and Android.

June 23, 2017
Testimonials

  • Guassian, Inc. Highly Recommends WebMO (Gaussian News, December, 2000):

      "[WebMO is] an exciting web-based interface to Gaussian and other computational chemistry packages designed to make is easy to introduce students to electronic structure calculations and to run them from their own personal computers. ... It provides an easy, web browser-based interface to Gaussian which enables students to complete course exercises without needing any of the required software installed on their own computer. ... All in all, our experience with WebMO have been extremely positive. It is a well-thought designed and implemented package which makes running Gaussian calculations on a central server straightforward and simple, and we highly recommend it to anyone - educators and researchers alike - looking for a means of providing Gaussian access in such a manner."

  • Chem Computing Made Simple (Science Magazine, August 10, 2001):

      "...WebMO [is] a simple, Web browser-based interface for using popular chem software packages such as MOPAC and Gaussian. You draw the molecule's structure, and the output--including the molecule's transition states and infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectra--appears in an easy-to-understand format."

  • Digital Briefs - New Software and Websites for the Chemical Enterprise (C&E News, April 8, 2002):

      "WebMO is a Web-based interface to computational programs such as Gaussian, Gamess, and Mopac. The user draws a molecule using a 3-D editor, sets up the calculation, submits the job, and views the results graphically, all within a standard Web browser. The WebMO website has a working demo where anyone can run small jobs as well as a free download area, technical support for researchers, and curriculum support material for educators. WebMO is simple enough for undergraduate computational chemistry curriculum and flexible enough for computational chemistry research."

  • Harvard University Uses WebMO to Teach Chemistry (IBM Systems Magazine, May 2007):

      "WebMO provides an intuitive graphical front end for drawing molecules and submitting jobs for calculation using the cluster.... So the students can focus on the chemistry, the software interface is as simple as opening a Web browser on their own computer, following the instructions given to them and submitting their jobs."

  • Using WebMO to Teach VSEPR in Introductory Chemistry (Journal of Chemical Education, April 2011):

      "The input to MOPAC and GAMESS is sufficiently complicated to make them unattractive for use in introductory chemistry; however, the availability of a convenient interface in WebMO to prepare the input to these programs has removed that impediment to their use."

  • WebMO Support Forum (Testimonials Page):

      "This is exactly the type of program I've been looking for to use in our Advanced Organic course at Truman State University. I want to expose the class to some "real" ab initio methods without having to teach them unix, vi, etc. I also don't want 20 students with login accounts on my various workstations. WebMO makes all of these non-issues. The web-only access helps keep my machines secure, and the GUI is intuitive. I particularly love the plots of spectra. Very nicely done."

      "I have just upgraded my installation.... The process was completely painless, the instructions clear and concise. This is easily the simplest package to install."

      "I would like to add my congratulations to the WebMO developers and staff....I'm running WebMO for high school students and teachers in the state of North Carolina, and the kids and teachers love the interface and the ability to do meaningful computational chemistry activities. In our proposal to fund this project, we projected 3-6 months for installation and testing of the WebMO interface and the various codes. We were production-ready in less than 3 WEEKS."

      "I am a recent convert to WebMO Pro. I would like to thank you for your excellent program, and the outstanding support I received in installing Suse 11 Linux, Gaussian and WebMO. We now have 2 fast Xeon servers.... Although I have a fair amount of Windows XP/Server experience, I am a Linux newbie, and it took a week of fiddling part-time to get these systems built and calculating. They are completely stable and have run hundreds of Gaussian jobs in the last month. Thanks!"

      "The release of java-free version 17 is fantastic! Thank you, WebMO team, for this release. I am looking forward to using WebMO with my students."

Number of Unique WebMO Free / Pro / Enterprise licenses issued: 22,750 (as of 12/31/15)

WebMO Pro / Enterprise Licensees include:

ACEnet, Canada
Adelphi University
Albright College
Allegheny College
American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
AstraZeneca, Inc., United Kingdom
Australian National University, Australia
Azusa College
Baker University
Bayer Schering Pharma AG, Germany
Blackburn College
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia
Brock University, Canada
Cabrillo College
California Baptist University
California Polytechnic State University
California State University, Chico
California State University, Long Beach
Calrion University
Calvin College
Cape Breton University, Canada
Cardiff University, United Kingdom
Carleton College
Center for Computational Research, SUNY-Buffalo 
Centre College
Chiba University, Japan
Chicago State University
Clemson University
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Concordia University, Canada
Cornell University
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Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada
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Fujitsu, Ltd., Japan
Gaussian, Inc.
Georgia Institute of Technology
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HIT, Inc., Japan
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Hope College
HPC Systems, Inc., Japan
Hulinks, Inc., Japan
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Indian Institute of Science, India
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Instituto de Fisica BUAP, Mexico
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International Christian University, Japan
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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
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LG Chem, Korea
Lilly Research Centre, Inc.
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Nagaoka University, Japan
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (NIAIST), Japan
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NICT Kobe Advanced ICT Research Center, Japan
Nissan Chemical Industries, Japan
Nitto Denko Corporation, Japan
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Palacky University, Poland
Parabon Computation, Inc.
Pavol Jozef Safarik University, Slovakia
Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Hungary
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
Purdue University
Q-Chem, Inc.
Queen's University, Canada
Queens University of Charlotte
Redeemer University College, Canada
Rider University
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Korea
San Diego Supercomputer Center
Sangmyung University, Korea
Santa Clara University
Shodor Center for Computational Science Education
Siena College
Southeast Missouri State University
Southern Adventist University
St. Bonaventure University
Stanford University
Stewart Computational Chemistry, LLC
Sumitomo Chemical Company, Japan
SUNY Binghamton
SUNY College at Oneonta
Syracuse University
Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd, Japan
Temple University
Texas Lutheran University
The Citadel
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Truman State University
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United States Military Academy
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Young Harris College

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