librysq is C/C++ implementation of the Rys quadrature for computing arbitrary electron repulsion integrals on CPU and CUDA GPUs. A FORTRAN interface is provided for compatibility with the existing chemistry packages.
A library of optimized parameters and example source code for the use of generalized Langevin equation in molecular dynamics.
Libquadratic provides methods for automatic numerical integration with various backends, strategies, error approximation models and mappings with special emphasis on line-integrals in the complex plane. Language bindings are currently in C++.
Dasema is a compact C++ library for interpreting mathematical formula and applying them to data points/sets. It supports multiple variables and comes with a tool for benchmarking, a C++ GNU-like frontend as proof-of-consept and SWIG interface to Python.
FEA++ is meant to be an open source finite elements (structural) analysis software written in C++ and based on the OFELI library, OpenGL and wxWidgets. The project focuses on building an usable UI and supporting structural design codes.
Blit contains a group of highly efficient iterative sparse solvers that can handle multiple right-hand-sides (i.e. block solvers). We will implement BLQMR, BLGMRES and other block algorithms in MATLAB, FORTRAN 90, C/C++, CUDA and OpenCL.
A simple object-oriented lattice-Boltzmann code for simulation of fluid dynamics with graphics.
The CRISP package here developed utilizes an algorithm that describes a many-body intranuclear cascade (INC) and evaporation/fission/multifragmentation competition process.
Open-GMF is an open Ground Water Modeling Framework for hydrogeologists and reservoir engineers. It is an extensible development environment for finite-difference, finite-element, and finite-volume models tailored to specific problems.