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h1. SPHInX-Wiki 

 h1. ==*The object-oriented DFT program library S/PHI/nX [1]*== 


 h2. S. Boeck1, C. Freysoldt2, J. Neugebauer3, [[et al]] 

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 Sixten Boeck ^1^, boeck at gemmanntics com, Gemmantics IT-Consulting, Christoph Freysoldt2, freysoldt at mpie de, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung, Joerg Neugebauer3, neugebauer at mpie de, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung 
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 [1] 	 The object-oriented DFT program library S/PHI/nX 
 S. Boeck, C. Freysoldt, A. Dick, L. Ismer, J. Neugebauer 
 Comp. Phys. Comm. (182), 2011, 543-554 

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 h2. About 

 p(. [[Introduction]] 
     [[List of S/PHI/nX authors]] 

 h2. Download 

 p(. S/PHI/nX is shipped as a set of C++ class libraries which can be used separately or as a whole. To download, follow here.... ==*(hier muss noch der Link in...)*== 

 h2. Mailing list / Contact / News 

 p(. 1. Subscribing to S/PHI/nX mailing list: 
         send a blank email to sxusers-subscribe at  

 p(. 2. Questions on downloading, building, or using S/PHI/nX 
         sxusers at requires successful subscription to mailing list  

 p(. 3. If you are interested in using SPHInX for developing your own code. Note that you are free to use SPHInX for (academic) development without our consent as indicated in the [[License]]. LICENSE. Any user requests to this email address will be ignored. 
         freysoldt at  

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 h2. Documentation 

  * User guide under construction... 
  * Programming Interfaces    API Documentation 
  * k.p tutorial  

 h2. Testbed 

 p(. The [[testbed]] allows to ensure basic functionality of the code after compilation. 

 h2. Contributing Partners 

     * Defect Chemistry and Spectroscopy group 
     Computational Materials Design Dept. 
     Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschung 
     Duesseldorf, Germany  

     * Gemmantics IT-Consulting 
     Erkrath, Germany  

     * Photonics Theory Group 
     Tyndall National Institute, 
     Cork, Ireland  

     * Rechenzentrum Garching of the Max-Planck-Society and the IPP 
     Garching, Germany