Take your VASP usage to the next level! No more collections of obscure bash scripts, no sed/awk-one liners, and no more wrestling with SLURM/Torque. Keep it simple and pythonic, keep it _storq_.
The goal of the calculator is to implement some heavy work-flow optimizations that greatly reduce the overhead of your day-to-day VASP calculations and provides a more customizable and modular approach compared to your typical collection of bash scripts and “sed/awk one-liners”.
The project started out as a fork of John Kitchin’s alternative ASE Vasp calculator.
- Automatic submission on cluster, works out of the box for SLURM and can be configured to work with an arbitrary resource manager.
- Extensive list of parsing methods merged from various sources.
- Different levels of convergence checks and restart options.
- Succesive unit cell relaxations via the relax_to_convergence method.
- A large set of qualtiy of life tools for archiving, backup, database management and more.
- Validation of the calculator keywords, including INCAR tags.
- Streamlining of *k*-point specification.