Server Environment:

  • 11TB file server, 96 GB RAM, 8 CPUs
  • 64-node compute server, 128 GB RAM, 2.5TB storage
  • 18TB Backup Server
  • The MCCF Connect Server, which is one of only two UM campus servers that permit secure off-campus access

Linux and Windows Workstations:

  • 3 GPU-accelerated workstation for molecular dynamics and quantum mechanics (CUDA-enabled NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580, GTX 780, or 980 ti GPUs, with either Intel QuadCore or 16 AMD Opteron 6140 CPUs, each workstation has 12, 24, or 96GB RAM)
  • 2 PC workstations (8 x 3Ghz Intel, 12-24 GB RAM)
  • All workstations and servers run either Linux or Microsoft 7


  • Discovery Studio v.4.0 (Accelrys)
  • Amber14 and AmberTools15, NAMD v. 2.11
  • GROMACS 5.1; Camapari v.2
  • Gaussian09/GaussView5
  • ChemDraw v.15 (CambridgeSoft)
  • GOLD-Silver and GoldMine Docking software (Cambridge Crystallographic,
  • AutoDock v. 4.2 and Autodock Vina (Scripps), Dock v.6.7 (UCSF), Avagadro v.1.1; MODELLER v.9.15 (UCSF)
  • R v.3.22; VMD v.1.9.2
  • PyMol v.1.7
  • MM3-MM4 (Allinger), Rosetta and PyRosetta (Univ. of Washington), Spartan 2004 and later (WaveFunction)
  • Sybyl-X suite (Certara, 99 copies) with modules GASP, Adv.Comp., Dynamics, Xdev, QSAR, Adv. QSAR (CoMFA), FlexX, FlexDock, FlexX-Pharm, FlexXFUGUE (with Homestrad and Prodat), Unity 4.4, Biopolymer (with ProTable and Composer), Molcad, NMR, NMR Conversion
  • AMIDE 0.9.0 (UCLA dynamic imaging manipulation & processing)
  • Exodus; and along with traditional full suites of: Prism (GraphPad), Kell (Biosoft), IgorPro, Adobe, MacroMedia, amongst others.