Cph CT Toolbox is a selection of Computed Tomography tools
Copenhagen Computed Tomography Toolbox is a collection of applications and libraries for flexible and efficient CT reconstruction. The toolbox apps generally take a set of projections (X-ray intensity measurements) and filter and back project them in order to recreate the image or volume that the projections represent. The project includes both mostly informative CPU implementations and highly efficient GPU implementations. Regular releases are hosted at the Python Package Index.
Durham Adaptive-optics Real-time Controller
darc, the Durham Adaptive optics Real-time Controller. For documentation or darctalk client only, select "View all files". For the latest bleeding-edge version, please use: git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/darc2/code darc (no password required) (this changed May 2013 due to a sourceforge update). If you use darc, please cite with: Basden, A and Myers, R, MNRAS Vol 242, page 1483, 2012
Tcl/Tk support for the EPICS control system along with EPICS aware megawidgets.
Diffraction related calculations in Fortran 2003
full snapshots of CRYSFML code and parts of SXTALSOFT code
flexible analysis of irradiation yields in nucelar spectroscopy
This program is for easy, fast and intuitive visualization and analysis of nuclear spectroscopic data. The program's functionality can be extended with plugins.
Grin is a set of tools for solving 2D elliptic equations using boundary elements (Green's functions)
A collection of codes that allow a user to store and use data on quantum levels in a system such as an atom, molecule, or nucleus.
libmeas - a simplified C programming interface for research instruments.
PAScual is a data analysis suite for Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectroscopy (PALS).
Python library to perform electronic structure calculations with tight binding models in different types of lattices and different dimensionalities. It allows to include different terms in the Hamiltonian as sublattice, exchange field or magnetic field. Provides functions to calculate different Green functions, band structure, density of states, transport using Landauer formula, topological invariants, etc.
PYthon eXtension for Ab Initio Dynamics
QSE is an application intended to help in the initial stages of data reduction of EXAFS data taken with multi-element detectors using the 'Spec' data acquisition system.
sandbox particle simulator that obeys schrödinger's equation
Enjoy bizarre Quantum Mechanics animations by throwing a 2D particle in arbitrary environments. There is infinite freedom in customizing the potentials: draw out absurd terrains, or opt for standard experiments such as double-slit. The project's purpose is to aid the user in building intuition for the peculiar workings of the quantum realm. As such, it aims to be user-friendly and does not require prior knowledge of QM. Currently only available for macOS and Windows users (Linux version will be uploaded in the future). Created with Qt and OpenGL.
Java science library.
Java science library. Project contains modules for physics units, particle and quantum physics, molecule, chemistry and universe definitions, also additional math classes.
Specfe is a graphical front end program intended to aid the use of the 'spec' data acquisition software. It can display interactive graphs of scanned data and present a user-friendly graphical interface to several of the more common spec commands.
Inverse Compton emission from heliospheres of sun and stars
Cosmic ray electrons scatter on the photon fields around stars, including the sun, to create gamma rays by the inverse Compton effect. This program computes the spectrum and angular distribution of this emission. The software also includes general-purpose routines for inverse Compton scattering on a given electron spectrum, for example for interstellar or astrophysical source modelling. For further information see these publications: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0607563, http://arxiv.org/abs/0801.2178, http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.2093, http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013NuPhS.239..266O and this conference presentation: https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/download/attachments/130879399/poster_symposium_sun_2012.pdf and the corresponding conference paper http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.6798 2017 June 16: now available from gitlab https://gitlab.mpcdf.mpg.de/aws/stellarics which will be used for future develpments.
Calculate electronic properties of transition metal atoms
Computational package to study transition metal atoms in surfaces, focusing on the effects of crystal field, spin orbit coupling and electronic interactions. Inputs are written in an user friendly interface, and creates a pdf and graphics with the results.
vecds - Visual Editor of Crystal Defects - A QT and OSG application for visualization of atom-embedded grids.
a browser based ballistics calculator for arrows and bullets
Browser based ballistics calculator for arrows and bullets: http://www.x-ballistics.eu/app/web/ballistics/index