The nature of the proposed projects, advertisements or questions can be as general as the proposer wishes it to be as long as the topic involves a substantial use of computational, programming, modelling and simulation techniques in chemistry, physics, biological life sciences, medicine, geology, technology, engineering, or material science (an adequate moderation system is in place to ensure that this is the case in every proposed project). Unfortunately we do not accept projects in pure computer science and pure IT applications of no scientific or engineering value and content. The nature of the proposed project could therefore range from the design, study and commercial development of the properties of a hypothetical, novel or existing material or chemical product, to a request for training and assistance in learning or operating unfamiliar computational techniques and software programs or codes. Collaborative projects that can potentially lead to the formation of new start-up companies are particularly encouraged!

This is a list of relevant topics that can be added on the Quantum Server network. If you feel that a particular topic related to either scientific computing or computational technology and engineering is missing from this list, feel free to contact the Quantum Server administration at the following email address:


Ab initio electronic structure calculations

Artificial intelligence and robotics

Atomistic simulations




Computational biochemistry

Computational biology

Computational biotechnology

Computational chemistry 

Computational Crystallography

Computational electromagnetics

Computational electronics

Computational engineering

Computational fluid dynamics

Computational geophysics

Computational Material Science

Computational mathematics

Computational mechanics

Computational medicine

Computational Nanotechnology

Computational neuroscience

Computational particle physics

Computational pharmacology

Computational physics

Computational solid-state condensed-matter physics

Computational statistics

Computer aided design

Computer algebra

Computer simulation

Continuum modelling and simulations

Data science

Density Functional Theory

Drugs design, development and discovery

Finite element method

Fourier analysis

Geographic information system

High-performance computing


initial & boundary value problems

Integrated computational materials engineering

Machine learning

Materials design and modelling

Molecular dynamics and molecular mechanics

Molecular Modelling

Monte Carlo methods

Network analysis


Numerical analysis

Numerical and applied linear algebra

Numerical weather prediction

Pattern recognition

Quantum Chemistry

Quantum Computing

Quantum information

Scientific visualization

Virtual reality