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Request and Registration

WIEN2k is available for a small fee after you have filled out the Online Request-Form.

Fee and license

This is a "group licence", which includes the source code and even further updates can be obtained free of charge. It can be used on as many computers as you like, but only by members of your "group". A "research group" is typically a research leader (Professor) with his postdocs + PhD students, eventually even people from another lab if these calculations lead to a COMMON PUBLICATION. A "group" is usually NOT the full department (Institute) or even the whole University/Company. The license belongs to the person named on the Registration form and can eventually even be taken with the person to a different location (but then of course Wien2k should not be used anymore on the old location).

Commercial Users: The standard licence fee (in EURO) for industry and commercial users is € 4000,- .

Governmental Labs: The reduced licence fee (in EURO) for Governmental Labs/Institutions is € 1000,- .

Computing centers: Non-commercial computing centers will be considered as Governmental Labs (see above). Please make sure you read and accept the additional rules.

Academic institutions: There is a small cover charge of € 400,- .


Standard procedure to obtain WIEN2k

Please register using the Online Request-Form.

You will then receive an email confirming your registration and an userid/password to download the code via your web-browser.

In addition an invoice will be sent to you and you must pay the fee using the method you indicated during registration.


For further information contact:

Prof. Karlheinz Schwarz or Dr. Peter Blaha
TU Wien
Getreidemarkt 9/165TC
A-1060 Vienna, AUSTRIA
Email: kschwarz@theochem.tuwien.ac.at or pblaha@theochem.tuwien.ac.at
fax: 0043 - 1 - 58801-15698 (Austria)



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