View, manipulate, analyze (LS fit, SVD, FT), and make figs of, spectra
Program for viewing, editing, manipulating, and analyzing absorbance spectra. Simple arithnetic includes making linear combinatins of up to 10 spectra. Advanced functions include fitting spectra as LC of standard basis spectra, singular value decomposition, Fourier transform, differentiation, integration, global fitting of 3D titration and kinetic data. Graphics features allow composing Figures and export to postscript files which can be converted to pdf, imported into photoshop for rasterization, or used in page design software like Illustrator.
This is a Tcl/Tk interface to a set of FORTRAN subroutines which implement empirical formulae for Physical Sputtering, Chemical Sputtering, Radiation Enhanced Sublimation. More PSIs to be added (Backscattering, etc..)
Avian Freeware Suite (AFS) provides two things: Developers with libraries for Java Swing Widgets, XML handling, Fortran95 and Pascal; End users (Medical students, doctors, scientists) with productivity tools they can use (quizzes, XML databasing & PDF)
The Delta code is an nonlinear aeroelastic solver written in fortran 90. At the moment only vortex lattice aerodynamics is available but the hope is for a higher fidelity aerodynamic model to be developed for use in the current code. Linux and Unix.
NFSIM is FORTRAN program for the simulation of multi-ionic mass transfer in charged Nanofiltration membranes.
ProgPorts is an administrative and easy user interface to hundreds of proteomics, molecular dynamics, and protein crystallography programs. It is a hybrid of the prog/setup system, developed at Johns Hopkins University, and GNU-Darwin ports system.
i-CONS is a 2D and 3D finite volumes multigrid solver of compressible turbulent Navier-Stokes equations, incorporating several turbulence models, algebraic to LES, including one-equation, two-equation K-epsilon and K-Omega, Reynolds stresses modeling.
Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.