Computational tools such as Rescu, Nanodcal, Momap and Device Studio ; Physon and high impact journals

Welcome to Physon!

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You are at Physon, the place where researchers in varied fields find beneficial for seeking theoretical or computational tools or services to assist their research. In addition, you will also receive information on learning and training opportunities that could be of interest to you.

Check out our latest products and see if your solution is here. We are powered up by scientists and experts. We select, gather and provide you with the most sophisticated computational tools and knowledge. Each software you found here is deemed good quality. As a matter of fact, current users have used these tools in their research which get published on Nature, PRL, PRB, Angewandte Chemie, Chemical Science, PNAS, Nano Letters, IEEE and many more! Simulation problems in Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Engineering? Even more we also provide scientific computing and service to support your need (notably DFT, DFT-NEGF, MD, STEMS, OLED…). Please discuss with us.

Sources of computational tools in Physon

Either as dealer or sale agent for some software such as Nanodcal, Momap, Molpro, and many more, developed in-house or acquired on demand for  desired hard-to-get overseas software… check it out here! If you want to try our software first, we may provide the free trial licenses for many of the software. Please contact us and see if it is available.

So join us and acquire your solutions now! Let’s carry out your dedicated research, make an impact and get publish! Couldn’t find the software you desire here? Please feel free to contact us and we are willing to assist you. Given these points, what are you waiting for? Thus, team up with Physon and may Physon be with you!


What is Physon?

Physon? Yes, you heard it right, not Python nor phyton… When we talk about the elementary particles or quasiparticles in the physical world, such as an electron, photon, phonon, exciton, plasmon, boson, fermion…nearly all of them have a suffix “on“. Here, we concern about the simulation and computation of general transport phenomena, material or system properties and effect(may be physical, chemical or biological or engineering…) in the physical world. We don’t just focus on a specific type of particles. Hence we have Physon = “Phys” + “onpronounces as /ˈfɪzɒn/.