We are happy to announce the new, improved LiveCOMS website, for both the published journal articles and new submissions.Read more about LiveCoMS launches its new website!
We are happy to announce Volume 2, Issue 1 of LiveCoMS!Read more about LiveCoMS Volume 2, Issue 1 is complete!
We are expanding the Tutorials section to include additional kinds of molecular simulation training articlesRead more about Tutorials section expands to Tutorials and Training Articles
2019-12-02The second issue of LiveCoMS for 2019 is now published. Read more about Second issue of LiveCoMS is out!
Highlighting software performance, making comparisons for a given type of computation across software packages, or simply documenting new advances of existing simulation codeRead more about LiveCoMS “Software Analyses” papers
Six articles promoting best practices in molecular simulation, including tutorials, mark the start of the LiveCoMS journal.Read more about The first issue is out!
Leveraging the unique expertise of experts-to-be.Read more about Why student reviewers? The future of our field depends on it.
What are the checklists for computational molecular science?Read more about LiveCoMS “Best Practices” articles: Put your simulations on the shoulders of giants
If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a well-documented Jupyter notebook worth?Read more about The “Tutorials” category: Incentivizing the tutorials to educate new researchers
The LiveCoMS Perpetual Reviews category attempts to provide ideal review articles, expert-written and always up-to-date.Read more about LiveCoMS “Perpetual Reviews”: When you want to have lasting impact on a subject area
Why you should read and submit to the "Lessons Learned" category. Negative results from systematic studies may contain valuable lessons for the community. If so, let them be published!Read more about The “Lessons Learned” category: When negative results are useful