LAMMPS Patch Release Overview

Changes since the patch release 4 February 2020:

  • GPU kernel optimizations for pair style lj/cut/tip4p/long/gpu (Vsevolod Nikolskiy, HSE Univ. Moscow) PR #1876
  • Various small updates and bugfixes (multiple authors) PR #1875, PR #1877, PR #1882
  • Update of USER-PLUMED to support Plumed 2.6 (Axel Kohlmeyer, Temple U) PR #1879
  • Further refactoring of the manual by converting external math expressions to be embedded math in .rst files (Axel Kohlmeyer and Richard Berger, Temple U) PR #1869

Backward compatibility note:

  • No known backward compatibility issues

This release has 2 assets:

  • Source code (zip)
  • Source code (tar.gz)

Visit the release page to download them.


LAMMPS (Large-scale Atomic/Molecular Massiveley Parallel Simulator) is an open-source molecular dynamics simulator written in C++ from Sandia National Laboratories, and is designed for parallel machines. LAMMPS models an ensemble of particles in a liquid, solid or gaseous state. It can model atomic polymeric, biological, metallic, or mesoscale systems using a variety of force fields and boundary conditions and is easily extensible.