USPEX_v10.3 is available now. If you would like to obtain our code for your research use, please register.
We suggest that new users go through the USPEX tutorial and carefully study the Manual. USPEX developers cannot take any responsibility from careless use of the code.
There are simple terms that users must agree to:
- The code is given to an individual researcher (not a group or institution), users are not allowed to distribute the code.
- Users are not allowed to disassemble, decompile, or reverse engineer USPEX. Users are not allowed to alter or remove any proprietary or other legal notices in copies of USPEX.
Citations to the original USPEX publications must be present in all papers that used USPEX:
- Oganov A.R., Glass C.W. (2006). Crystal structure prediction using ab initio evolutionary techniques: principles and applications. J. Chem. Phys. 124, art. 244704.
- Oganov A.R., Lyakhov A.O., Valle M. (2011). How evolutionary crystal structure prediction works - and why. Acc. Chem. Res. 44, 227-237
- Lyakhov A.O., Oganov A.R., Stokes H.T., Zhu Q. (2013). New developments in evolutionary structure prediction algorithm USPEX. Comp. Phys. Comm. 184, 1172-1182.