KIM is an exciting multifaceted project.
We encourage you to Become a Member of openkim.org and make your voice heard. Participation is free and open to everyone. There are many benefits:
At its heart, KIM is about developing standards for performing high quality reproducible atomistic simulations of materials. You can be part of developing standards for the field. Please Contact Us and let us know what you would like to do:
All content on openkim.org is open source and uploaded by researchers from the atomistic simulation community for the benefit of their colleagues. You need to be a KIM Member, and then you can:
Every item of KIM Content (model, property, test, reference data, visualizer) is associated with a wiki. The purpose of these wikis is to document and provide a forum for discussing each KIM Item. We greatly need your help with documentation! Become a KIM Member and help us document: