pyiron.vasp.vasp module

class pyiron.vasp.vasp.Vasp(project, job_name)[source]

Bases: pyiron.vasp.interactive.VaspInteractive

Class to setup and run and analyze VASP simulations which is a derivative of pyiron.objects.job.generic.GenericJob. The functions in these modules are written in such the function names and attributes are very generic (get_structure(), molecular_dynamics(), version) but the functions are written to handle VASP specific input/output.

Parameters
  • project (pyiron.project.Project instance) – Specifies the project path among other attributes

  • job_name (str) – Name of the job

Examples

Let’s say you need to run a vasp simulation where you would like to control the input parameters manually. To set up a static dft run with Gaussian smearing and a k-point MP mesh of [6, 6, 6]. You would have to set it up as shown below:

>>> ham = Vasp(job_name="trial_job")
>>> ham.input.incar[IBRION] = -1
>>> ham.input.incar[ISMEAR] = 0
>>> ham.input.kpoints.set(size_of_mesh=[6, 6, 6])

However, the according to pyiron’s philosophy, it is recommended to avoid using code specific tags like IBRION, ISMEAR etc. Therefore the recommended way to set this calculation is as follows:

>>> ham = Vasp(job_name="trial_job")
>>> ham.calc_static()
>>> ham.set_occupancy_smearing(smearing="gaussian")
>>> ham.set_kpoints(mesh=[6, 6, 6])
The exact same tags as in the first examples are set automatically.
class pyiron.vasp.vasp.VaspInt(project, job_name)[source]

Bases: pyiron.vasp.vasp.Vasp

class pyiron.vasp.vasp.VaspInt2(project, job_name)[source]

Bases: pyiron.vasp.vasp.Vasp