The Stanford Libraries have a campus-wide site license to a number of software programs from Schrödinger. Our current license is renewed in August. These programs are available to all current students, faculty, and staff at Stanford University for not-for-profit, academic research, and for instructional use. Our license agreement excludes affiliated/sponsored users or third parties. Commercial use is explicitly prohibited for this product. Please see license terms.
Personal computers: All current students, faculty, and staff at Stanford can install Schrödinger software on their personal computer.
High Performance Computing Cluster: The Stanford Research Computing Center has installed Schrödinger software on Sherlock 3.0, a High Performance Computing Linux cluster, which supports sponsored or departmental research. Please note that Sherlock 3.0 is only for research, not instructional use. Please also note that Schrödinger software is only on Sherlock 3.0.
Accounts are created for lab groups, not individuals. To request a group account for using Schrödinger, a Principal Investigator (PI) should send email to Amanda Nelson that includes their name and SUNet ID. PIs should also send names and SUNet IDs for others in their group that should have access to Schrödinger on Sherlock 3.0. Thanks to the Vice Provost and Dean of Research, there is no charge to PIs for using Schrödinger software on Sherlock 3.0.
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