Welcome to the AiiDA-Siesta documentation!¶
The aiida-siesta python package interfaces the SIESTA DFT code (https://siesta-project.org/siesta/) with the AiiDA framework (http://www.aiida.net). The package contains: plugins for SIESTA itself and for other utility programs, new data structures, and basic workflows. It is distributed under the MIT license and available from (https://github.com/siesta-project/aiida_siesta_plugin). If you use this package, please cite J. Chem. Phys. 152, 204108 (2020) (https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0005077).
The Siesta input plugin was originally developed by Victor M. Garcia-Suarez.
Alberto Garcia further improved the Siesta input plugin and wrote the parser for Siesta and the STM plugin.
Emanuele Bosoni contributed the band-structure support for the Siesta plugin.
Vladimir Dikan and Alberto Garcia developed the workflows and refined the architecture of the package.
Vladimir Dikan and Emanuele Bosoni ported the plugin and the base workflow to AiiDA 1.0. Alberto Garcia futher refined the 1.0-compatible functionality.
From November 2019 to May 2022, Emanuele Bosoni was in charge of the code’s development and maintenance, under the supervision of Alberto Garcia.
Pol Febrer contributed the SiestaIterator and SiestaConverger workflows, including the underline abstract classes system.
This work is supported by the MaX European Centre of Excellence funded by the Horizon 2020 INFRAEDI-2018-1 program, Grant No. 824143, and by the INTERSECT (Interoperable material-to-device simulation box for disruptive electronics) project, funded by Horizon 2020 under grant agreement No 814487, as well as by the Spanish MINECO (projects FIS2012-37549-C05-05 and FIS2015-64886-C5-4-P)
- Base workflow
- Bandgap workflow
- Equation Of State workflow
- STM workflow
- Iterator workflow
- Converger workflow
- Sequential Converger workflow
- Basis optimization
- Epsilon workflow
- NEB Base workflow
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