The SPEADMD project was made possible by grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF)* and Chemstations, Inc. Work was initiated with NSF: CTS-0075883 and CTS-0226532. These GOAL grants established the collaboration with Chemstations and proved the fundamental methodology of using step potentials with DMD/TPT. An NSF/SBIRPhase 1 grant (DMI-0419579) helped to develop a cluster version of the code, initiated work on a web interface, and supported the characterization of intramolecular effects and transport properties. Since 2006, steady support from Chemstations has kept the project going with significant contributions to the web interface from Chen Chen and Sharad Jain.

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