Rosetta

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Rosetta is a protein structure prediction suite that can also be used for structure design and to investigate protein-protein interactions.

Availability

ResourceCentreDescription
AbiskoHPC2Ncapability resource of 153 TFLOPS with full bisectional infiniband interconnect
KappaNSCthroughput cluster resource of 26 TFLOPS
MatterNSCcluster resource of 37 TFLOPS dedicated to materials science
TriolithNSCCapability cluster with 338 TFLOPS peak and 1:2 Infiniband fat-tree

Compilation and installation

Rosetta 3.4 does not seem to compile with Intel 12 compilers, though it is possible to use Intel 11 compilers by explicitly setting the compiler path in rosetta_source/tools/build/user.settings and then building with the cxx=icc option to scons. Rosetta does not seem to support setting an install prefix at build time, but assumes that the source files will be copied to the install location and built in-place, but this isn't actually needed, as you can copy executables and libraries to any directory after the build completes. Note however that Rosetta rpaths its own shared libraries inside the build tree, so removing the build tree will break the program if you don't change the rpaths, using for example chrpath.

Rosetta also likes to name its executables after the operating system, compiler and mode of compilation, and also indicates "default" builds using name mangling (e.g: vip.default.linuxiccrelease). This is purely cosmetic and can be changed (e.g. to just vip). It is however worth bearing in mind that some third-party applications (like CS-Rosetta) will make assumptions on your build choices and only look for executables named *.linuxgccrelease (note not default), and their configurations will thus have to be modified accordingly.

Rosetta also needs a database directory tree, which you can point out using the $ROSETTA3_DB environment variable so that users do not have to use the -database option at each launch of a Rosetta executable.

License

License: Site license.

NSC has a site license for academic users.

HPC2N has a site license for academic users.

Experts

No experts have currently registered expertise on this specific subject. List of registered field experts:

  FieldAE FTEGeneral activities
Anders Hast (UPPMAX)UPPMAXVisualisation, Digital Humanities30Software and usability for projects in digital humanities
Anders Sjölander (UPPMAX)UPPMAXBioinformatics100Bioinformatics support and training, job efficiency monitoring, project management
Anders Sjöström (LUNARC)LUNARCGPU computing
MATLAB
General programming
Technical acoustics
50Helps users with MATLAB, General programming, Image processing, Usage of clusters
Birgitte Brydsö (HPC2N)HPC2NParallel programming
HPC
Training, general support
Björn Claremar (UPPMAX)UPPMAXMeteorology, Geoscience100Support for geosciences, Matlab
Björn Viklund (UPPMAX)UPPMAXBioinformatics
Containers
100Bioinformatics, containers, software installs at UPPMAX
Chandan Basu (NSC)NSCComputational science100EU projects IS-ENES and PRACE.
Working on climate and weather codes
Diana Iusan (UPPMAX)UPPMAXComputational materials science
Performance tuning
50Compilation, performance optimization, and best practice usage of electronic structure codes.
Frank Bramkamp (NSC)NSCComputational fluid dynamics100Installation and support of computational fluid dynamics software.
Hamish Struthers (NSC)NSCClimate research80Users support focused on weather and climate codes.
Henric Zazzi (PDC)PDCBioinformatics100Bioinformatics Application support
Jens Larsson (NSC)NSCSwestore
Jerry Eriksson (HPC2N)HPC2NParallel programming
HPC
HPC, Parallel programming
Joachim Hein (LUNARC)LUNARCParallel programming
Performance optimisation
85HPC training
Parallel programming support
Performance optimisation
Johan HellsvikPDCMaterialvetenskap30materials theory, modeling of organic magnetic materials,
Johan Raber (NSC)NSCComputational chemistry50
Jonas Lindemann (LUNARC)LUNARCGrid computing
Desktop environments
20Coordinating SNIC Emerging Technologies
Developer of ARC Job Submission Tool
Grid user documentation
Leading the development of ARC Storage UI
Lunarc Box
Lunarc HPC Desktop
Krishnaveni Chitrapu (NSC)NSCSoftware development
Lars Eklund (UPPMAX)UPPMAXChemistry
Data management
FAIR
Sensitive data
100Chemistry codes, databases at UPPMAX, sensitive data, PUBA agreements
Lars Viklund (HPC2N)HPC2NGeneral programming
HPC
HPC, General programming, installation of software, support, containers
Lilit Axner (PDC)PDCComputational fluid dynamics50
Marcus Lundberg (UPPMAX)UPPMAXComputational science
Parallel programming
Performance tuning
100I help users with productivity, program performance, and parallelisation.
Martin Dahlö (UPPMAX)UPPMAXBioinformatics10Bioinformatic support
Mikael Djurfeldt (PDC)PDCNeuroinformatics100
Mirko Myllykoski (HPC2N)HPC2NParallel programming
GPU computing
Parallel programming, HPC, GPU programming, advanced support
Pavlin Mitev (UPPMAX)UPPMAXComputational materials science100
Pedro Ojeda-May (HPC2N)HPC2NMolecular dynamics
Machine learning
Quantum Chemistry
Training, HPC, Quantum Chemistry, Molecular dynamics, R, advanced support
Peter Kjellström (NSC)NSCComputational science100All types of HPC Support.
Peter Münger (NSC)NSCComputational science60Installation and support of MATLAB, Comsol, and Julia.
Rickard Armiento (NSC)NSCComputational materials science40Maintainer of the scientific software environment at NSC.
Szilard PallPDCMolecular dynamics55Algorithms & methods for accelerating molecular dynamics, Parallelization and acceleration of molecular dynamics on modern high performance computing architectures, High performance computing, manycore and heterogeneous architectures, GPU computing
Thomas Svedberg (C3SE)C3SESolid mechanics
Tom Langborg (NSC)NSCSwestore
Torben Rasmussen (NSC)NSCComputational chemistry100Installation and support of computational chemistry software.
Wei Zhang (NSC)NSCComputational science
Parallel programming
Performance optimisation
code optimization, parallelization.
Weine Olovsson (NSC)NSCComputational materials science90Application support, installation and help
Åke Sandgren (HPC2N)HPC2NComputational science50SGUSI

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