Minnesota Supercomputing Institute
With regards to the safety measures put in place by the university to mitigate the risks of the COVID-19 virus, at this time all MSI systems will remain operational and can be accessed remotely as usual. The only planned outages concern our in-person Helpdesk and tutorials. More information, as well as alternative remote support options, can be found at MSI COVID-19 Continuity Plan
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Friday, August 14, 2020
Schrödinger provides a complete suite of software solutions with the latest advances in pharmaceutical research and computational chemistry. These software are all available under Maestro, Schrödinger's single common graphical user interface that provides a powerful, fully-integrated molecular visualization and analysis environment. Schrödinger is widely recognized as a scientific leader in developing state-of-the-art chemical simulation software for use in pharmaceutical and biotechnology research. The company's products range from general molecular modeling programs to a full-featured suite of drug design software including both ligand and structure based methods. Schrödinger uses Maestro, a common graphical user interface to all of Schrödinger's software.
module load schrodinger
It is also possible to run maestro using our NICE remote-visualization systems for better performance than is possible on other remote connections. Establish a NICE connection as described in our NICE documentation, and then run the following commands in a terminal window inside the NICE session:
Please note that Schrodinger is only configured to submit jobs to Mesabi, so you must be connected to Mesabi if you would like to submit a job from the Maestro interface.
Home PageDocumentation can be found in the help menu in Maestro. See Help > Manual Index to access Schrodinger's library of tutorials and technical documentation.
To run this software under Windows, connect using instructions provided on our Windows systems page. Once logged in, navigate to:
Start > All Programs > Schrodinger-2013-$VERSION
$VERSION is the version number of the Schrodinger installation.