Cicero is an experiment control software suite, specifically designed for controlling atomic physics experiments. For more information, please see the user manual, available by downloading the program.
A toolkit in C++ and python to process both experimental and simulation data of colloidal particles. Includes among others * a multiscale particle tracking algorithm  whose C++ implementation is optimised for 3D confocal data. Python implementation is more versatile (2D and 3D data). * a Leica file reader, * Steindhard bond orientational order calculation * a VTK file writer 1. Leocmach, M. & Tanaka, H. A novel particle tracking method with individual particle size measurement and its application to ordering in glassy hard sphere colloids. Soft Matter 9, 1447–1457 (2013). https://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C2SM27107A (http://arxiv.org/pdf/1301.7237.pdf)
Convertit différentes unitées de mesures
Programmé en VB.NET, cet outil convertit des unitées de durée, d'énergie, de longueur, de poids, de superficie, de température, de vitesse ou de volume.
An easy way for single crystal structure analysis. Graphical software for single crystal structure refinement. CRYSTALBUILDER uses SHELXL-97 software for the refinement and makes directly possible the molecular structure visualization.
Simple physics simulation of Curvilinear and Rectilinear Motions
This project has the role of simulating simple Curvilinear and Rectilinear Motions with an easy to use user interface. This program can be used for educational purposes as well as for any other purpose anyone would like. The executable file is a .jar files which means that it can run in any operating system that supports java. Above you can see a screenshot of the program while it is operating.
Cute Converter is now part of LibreEngineering suite: http://sourceforge.net/projects/libreeng/
DArmstadt MAgnetic Resonance Instrument Software
DAVE is an integrated environment for the reduction, visualization and analysis of inelastic neutron scattering (scientific) data. It is built with IDL from Research Systems, Inc. DAVE is fully supported on Linux, Windows and MacOS X.
Simulation of the diffraction phenomena of a plane-wave on a 2D-diaphragm in the Fraunhoffer approximation (corresponding to 99.9% of real common situations). The diaphragm is freely defined by the user via a bitmap file. This program is entended as a help of teaching the diffraction phenomena to students.
Excited Energy Levels and Various Shapes (EELViS) was developed for calculation of the Extended Tao-Eldrup model results. The relation between potential well dimensions and positronium (Ps) lifetime can be calculated using this code.
EM Demonstration is a little tool for Physics teachers and students that helps model electric fields in flux lines as well as draw equipotential regions. Simply put, it is a classroom demonstration/modeler. Please help support us and donate.
Electron Pair Localization Function
The Electron Pair Localization Function (EPLF) helps to understand chemical bonding in molecular systems. This code uses a modified formulation which allows the exact calculation of the EPLF for usual wave functions (HF,KS,CAS,...)
To retrieve obscure syntax of languages, or bookmark code comments.
Facilitates retrieval of personalized comments previously put into code. While writing new, (or reviewing old) code, user adds search-tag (the string "EGOF") to comments. Subsequently running Egof (followed by optional search words) retrieves them. Code can be in any programming language, or scripts used by applications, or HTML or LaTex files. Sounds like a combination of Unix find/grep, but has many more features. Searching is faster since database files are created, one per language. When creating them Egof goes through all (or specified subset of) user's folders/files, finds instances of the search-tag, and stores those lines of code plus some surrounding code. During running, Egof displays a prompt, and allows users to change options and modify the search, (using the same option-parsing software that was used to parse the command line.) Egof is command-line based. The documentation is comprehensive. Please invest <5 min to read the "Overview" section. Thank you.
1-dimensional Eulerian Vlasov-Maxwell solver, used primarily for studies of kinetic effects in plasma waves and for stimulated Raman scattering.
A client, server and gateway implementation for the EPICS protocol
A .NET implementation of a client, server and gateway for the EPICS protocol. Let you fully integrate your .NET software with other EPICS clients, or servers.
EulerTop contains KDE screen savers showing physically realistic systems were the movement is visualised in 3D.
An object-oriented partial differential equation (PDE) solver, written in Python, based on a standard finite volume approach and includes interface tracking algorithms. *WARNING* The project is no longer using Sourceforge to maintain its repository.
FireBlade is an OpenGL+Delphi/FPC based crossplatform particle engine. Infinite possibilities through many variable factors and the ability to be connected to anything you want through miscellaneous events.
Formol - a simple command-line molar weight calculator that understand the chemical notations.
An easy-to-use free-fall calculator that calculates terminal velocity and vacuum calculations in BOTH Metric and English units. Simple variables like time, mass, distance, and velocity are all that's needed for the calculations.
An analytical generalized Born model to calculate electrostatic solvation energy that accurately reproduces the linearized Poisson-Boltzmann equation. More about this method is explained in J. Phys. Chem. B, 111, 3055-3061 (2007).
The GDAC (Generic Device Access and Control) framework is an extensible multithreaded cross platform (Linux (x86,VME)/Windows) C++ device control environment. It typically will be used as the basis for custom OPC servers or front-end control software.
GENFIT has been moved to github: https://github.com/GenFit/GenFit GENFIT - a generic track reconstruction framework for nuclear and particle physics
An universal Lan-to-GPIB adapter for lab instruments using the Egnite Ethernut 2.1; code in AVR C; supports http protocals and able to run cgi scripts; Primary interface is command based; software, firmware, and hardware schematics are all available
Modelling galaxy disk shape aberration
Let suppose a galaxy to be just a disk of stars, mainly double. For each star we have an aberration -v/c which visually moves it to another position, so we view galaxy disk optically changed. This modelling allows to see which shapes we can see from different distances for disks tilted by a certain angle.