MESA: Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics -- a set of thread-safe fortran 95 libraries for stellar astrophysics, including physics (e.g., eos, opacities, nuclear nets) and algorithms (e.g., ODE solvers). Available by svn checkout or as zip file. See project webpage (http://mesa.sourceforge.net/).
Knitter produces a 3-dimensional model of a knitting pattern. It supports KnitML, as well as a native language similar to that of traditional knitting patterns.
This is a continuation of the OpenGamma project by Marcelo Maduar with his permission. It is for gamma ray (radiation) spectroscopy and isotope identification. It accepts output files from several types of MCA's. Real time input will be added.
direct data plotting and evaluation
The Plot.py project tries to supply a measurement data visualization and treatment framework being easy to use while keeping the freedom for advanced users to execute additional data treatment algorithms. Plotting is done via gnuplot and the script used to produce the graphs can be exported for later use/changes. Many raw experimental data types (mostly of x-ray and neutron scattering experiments) are supported with more to be added on user request. The data treatment includes non-linear fitting, integration and differentiation, peak-finder and more. User python code can be executed in the integrated IPython console.
Charybdis is a Python-driven set of applications for solving partial differential equations on irregular domains.
The new Atomic theory is proposed and coded.
OpenWave is a educational wave Simulator.
A C++ class to enable prediction of the reflectance spectrum of two overprinted inks (i.e., solids), using the inverted Viggiano trapping equation.
An exact diagonalization code for an efficient calculation of second-order correlators of a Hubbard model on finite size lattices
Mini-research project on lattice gauge theories.
This is a project dealing with particle physics, in particular lattice gauge theories. Gauge theories are incredibly important in current theoretical research and allow for the seach of symmetries. The bulk of the project will consist on a LaTeX document that tries to explain the concepts at hand. Some MATLAB/Octave code might be used to illustrate some problems.
Joint Density Functional Theory
JDFTx is a plane-wave density functional theory code designed for electronic structure theory development. One prominent unique capability is the treatment of solvated electronic systems using joint density functional theory. Please see http://jdftx.org for download and compile instructions, tutorials, documentation and citation information.
An optical ray tracing program
An optical ray tracing program focused on layout of prototype instrumentation and learning about optics.
<Temporarily Unavailable Online> This project is aiming at completing a library of open codes (mainly based on MATLAB at present) to deal with Dipoles-Cavity Interaction problems. Common methods, including Green's function method and Master Equation method et al, will be applied to the coding. Samples of calculations and standard comparison with publications using the library will be given for demonstration of the usage. Interface to some commonly used software, such as Lumerical FDTD Solutions, will also be developed in the project. This project is titled under nanophotonics, quantum optics, nano-optics, computational physics and physics.
Simulates liquid filtration by channels with nanostructured walls
Tool to simulate pressure-driven liquid filtration by filters composed by channels with nanostructured walls.
C++ library for very easy operating with TLE data sets and files.
The TLELib is the C++ library, which allows to read and write the TLE files very easy. It provides 2 main objects: tlelib::Node - object, operating with NORAD two lines elements data. It allows to parse the data from 2 or 3 lines and to output the data into strings in according to the TLE format. tlelib::Stream - stream, allowing to read the TLE data from some object of iostream type, and to write the data in TLE format into such object.
Lattice simulation of biochemical reactions and diffusion
This site hosts code investigating the role of spatial heterogeneity in biochemical signaling. Motivated by several biological examples, we study the behavior of covalent modification networks when the activating component is localized to a planar membrane in either a random or clustered configuration. Reactions and diffusion are implemented on a three-dimensional lattice.
Finite Element Method on 3D Meshes
f3dmlib is a FEM library that can read, write and analyse 3D tetrahedral meshes, minimize a given functional, and refine the resulting meshes. The minimization is parallelized with OpenMP. Three main features in unstable 1.8.x version (available via GIT): quadratic elements, periodic boundary conditions, and the solver for scalar and electromagnetic wave equations. f3dmgeom is a collection of a few simple tools for creating surface meshes for tetgen. It can handle simple geometries only.
Green's Function Integral Equation Method solver in 2D
GFIEM solver in 2D developed as a FYS7 project at AAU.
Hidden world game engine
This project is science-oriented software for creating models building models based on particles
A electric, magnetic, and gravity field physics presentation program
BeamFlow is a scientific presentation and demonstration program for typical introductory physics problems involving electric, magnetic, and gravity fields in three dimensions. Real-time demonstration of the magnetic field around a wire, the gravity fields around rotating binary stars, and the electric field from multiple point charges are just some of the potential applications.
Very basic computer vision program
This was my first big programming project. I'd like to clean it up and improve the back end design when time permits. See the wiki for known issues and more information. A computer vision program for analysis of magnetic data collected by a scanning probe microscope. Originated in summer 2007 as a collection of C compiled for Matlab (MEX) files and was eventually ported to a standalone C++ application with a GUI created in Qt. This program takes atomic and magnetic force microscope (AFM/MFM) image pairs as input and uses threshold segmentation to identify magnetic nanodots by intensity in the AFM image. These are then used to assess the magnetic states of those dots in the MFM image Attribution: "C++ GUI Programming with Qt 4" by Blanchette and Summerfield was helpful in getting me started on the GUI.
a package with useful scripts for X-ray diffraction physicists
xrayutilities is a python package used to analyze x-ray diffraction data. It can support with performing diffraction experiments and used for common steps in the data analysis. It can read experimental data from several data formats (spec, edf, xrdml, ...); convert them to reciprocal space for arbitrary goniometer geometries and different detector systems (point, linear as well as area detectors); for further processing the data can be gridded (transformed to a regular grid). More detailed description as well as documentation can be found at webpage http://xrayutilities.sourceforge.io/. Downloads for windows can be found on http://pypi.python.org/pypi/xrayutilities Development is performed on github: https://github.com/dkriegner/xrayutilities
The data elaborator is a new project to manage scientific data
This program can make histograms, table and graphics of datas, study the error propagation during a measure, it is usefull if you have to do study errors propagations. The output are latex files, so it is easy for you just put them into your relations.
Massively parallel many-body Green's function calculator
Starfish solves the Hedin equations by using a self-consistent approximation for the vertex. Input is the non-interacting Green's function and bare vertex. Output is the interacting Green's function and renormalised photon propagator. Starfish is aimed at massively parallel computer environments.
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.