Sorry, if it doesn't have an adjustable iteration count, it's not a modern password hash algorithm.
Even that isn't enough. If it's not memory-intensive (and not just compute-intensive), it's not a modern password hash algorithm. The state of the art has moved on from simply using large-range cryptographic digests with salts, like SSHA512. Simple adjustable-compute-cost algorithms like PBKDF2 (with common PRFs such as HMAC-SHA2) and bcrypt are starting to get long in the tooth.
Argon2 and scrypt qualify as a modern password hash algorithms.