Fast FDTD solver with graphics card support
Fast FDTD solver with graphics card support. Optimized for nanoscale optics - scanning near field optical microscopy, rough surface scattering and solar cells. Uses CUDA environment for graphics card operation.
OFELI (Object Finite Element LIbrary) is a library of finite element C++ classes for multipurpose development of finite element software. It is intended for teaching, research and industrial developments as well.
Remember when you wrote your games in Pascal? Well continue that fine tradition by using JEDI-SDL! Which works with Delphi, Kylix, Free Pascal, Gnu Pascal and TMT Pascal. Cross-platform game develpment has never been easier!
open2300 - reads/writes data from the Lacrosse WS2300 family of weather stations. Includes tools that send data to: logfiles, webpages with graphs, XML file, MySQL, Weather Underground, Citizen Weather. Library of 50+ functions for your own programs (C)
The repository has been moved to: https://github.com/wojdyr/fityk. Fityk is nonlinear curve-fitting and data analysis software. It is specialized in fitting peaks (bell-shaped functions like Gaussian, Loretzian, Pearson7, Voigt) to experimental data.
The name OCFlow stands for Open Channel Flow. With the program OCFlow you can calculate the water table for little natural rivers.
We are trying to create a very complete physics teaching program. So, we would be pleased if you could suggest any improvement or create any module for us. To use any of these sources you need python 2.2, pygame and scipy.
3D Special Relativity Simulator - This program demonstrates what everyday objects would look like at close to the speed of light.
Applications and device drivers for the EPICS real time database system (see http://www.aps.anl.gov/epics)
Real Space Multigrid based electronic structure code.
News: V2.2.2 released on 10/14/2017 with minor bug fixes. News: V2.2 with performance enhancements, bug fixes and new features released on 06/26/2017. Sources are available with binaries to follow soon. News: V2.1 with many improvements released on 07/15/2016. Sources and binaries are available. RMG is a density functional theory (DFT) based electronic structure code that uses real space grids to represent wavefunctions, charge densities and ionic potentials. Designed for scaleability it has been run successfully on systems with thousands of nodes and hundreds of thousands of CPU cores. It is currently under active development and contributions are gladly accepted.
Physically-accurate robotics simulator written in Python
ARS is a physically-accurate robotics simulator written in Python. It's main purpose is to help researchers with to develop mobile manipulators and, in general, any multi-body system. It is open-source, modular, easy to learn and use, and can be a valuable tool in the process of robot design, in the development of control and reasoning algorithms, as well as in teaching and educational activities.
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION GO TO http://cernrootdebs.sourceforge.net Packages of Cern Root software for Ubuntu/64/32bits. This package is going to be installed on /usr/local. Enabled: minuit2 roofit unuran tmva from 5.34.01 Enabled support for asimage, astiff, builtin_afterimage, builtin_lzma, cintex, explicitlink, fftw3, fitsio, gviz, genvector, krb5, ldap, mathmore, memstat, minuit2, mysql, opengl, python, reflex, roofit, shadowpw, shared, ssl, tmva, unuran, x11, xft, xml.
Arrowmatcher is a ballistics software for crossbow archers. It can calculate the speed, kinetic energy, trajectory, aiming solution and much more of an arrow (or bullet). It uses a simplified 6 degree of freedom model.
EXTREMA is an interactive program with publication quality graphics and mathematical analysis capabilities. EXTREMA can be GUI and/or command driven. The command language includes conditional branching, looping and subroutine calling constructs.
This library is a Fortran 95 gnuplot interface for some Unix like OS'es. This provides some routines that enables direct access of a child gnuplot session from a Fortran 95 program. You will need a copy of fortranposix to make this work.
Virtual interactive experiments (vexp) is a framework to promote the developmentand use of cooperative e-learning experiments over the internet. Interactive scientific experiments which can be controlled by various users synchronously.
Formol - a simple command-line molar weight calculator that understand the chemical notations.
Hotstop is scientific software that allows to extract experimental ion stopping force curves from RBS spectra (as well as to stimate uncertainities) It uses Simulated Annealing and Bayesian Inference algorithms.
A Modular Python Toolbox for Cross-Platform Post-Processing of Quantum
PLEASE NOTE ORBKIT HAS BEEN MOVED TO https://github.com/orbkit/orbkit orbkit is a parallel Python program package for post-processing wave function data extracted from output files of MOLPRO (Molden File Format), TURBOMOLE (AOMix file format), GAMESS-US, PROAIMS/AIMPAC (wfn/wfx file format), and Gaussian (Output File and Formatted Checkpoint File) output files. Futhermore, an interface to cclib, a parser for quantum chemical logfiles, is provided. If you use orbkit in your work, please cite it as follows: Gunter Hermann, Vincent Pohl, Jean Christophe Tremblay, Beate Paulus, Hans-Christian Hege, and Axel Schild, "ORBKIT: A Modular Python Toolbox for Cross-Platform Postprocessing of Quantum Chemical Wavefunction Data", J. Comput. Chem. 2016, DOI: 10.1002/jcc.24358. orbkit's documentation can be found at http://orbkit.github.io/
Scanning Probe Microscopy Controller and Data Visualization Software
GXSM -- Gnome X Scanning Microscopy: A multi-channel image and vector-probe data acquisition and visualization system designed for SPM techniques (STM,AFM..), but also SPA-LEED/LEED/LEEM data analysis. A plug-in interface allows any user add-on data-processing and special hardware and instrument support. Latest: NC-AFM simulation support via math-plugin. Based on several hardware options it supports a commercially available DSP hardware and provided also Open Source Code for all the low level signal processing tasks and instrument controls in a most flexible and adaptable manner. All latest software is available via CVS only or Live Demo/Install CD: http://www.ventiotec.de/linux/GXSM-Linux.iso
Simulate high power rocket flights with splash down plots
This software allows you perform six degree of freedom simulations of High Power Rocket (HPR) and model rocket flights. Parachute descent is also simulated. 3D flight trajectories are produced as well as detailed tabular flight data. Running in Monte Carlo mode allows generates multiple possible flight paths and splash down plots, indicating the probability of landing in an area. Peer-reviewed publication in the Journal of Open Research Software (JORS) http://doi.org/10.5334/jors.137 "Cambridge Rocketry Simulator – A Stochastic Six-Degrees-of-Freedom Rocket Flight Simulator"
Library for ion optics, plasma extraction and space charge dominated ion beam transport.
Data logging and visualization in 2D and 3D for STMs.
This is a project we - ten students, 16 to 18 years old, and one teacher - are currently working on in the so called "Physik-Projektkurs" at school in which we build and program our own scanning tunneling microscope. This software is designed for DAQ systems by BMCM (we use the USB-AD16F), but it should not be too difficult to adapt it to foreign systems.It currently supports resolutions up to 1024x1024, visualization in 2D and 3D using colors from predefined gradients, export to PNG, CSV, OBJ and more! Requires at least .Net Framework 4.0, DirectX 9, optional: BMCM driver for your DAQ system
This is the native MS windows release of OpenFOAM, an open source toolbox for Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). It was built with MinGW C++ as a set of native windows applications, which improves performance and eliminates the need for Unix emulations.
A Suite of Programs implementing a fast approach to the Debye Function Analysis (DFA) of powder diffraction data from nanocrystalline and/or non-ordered materials. See J. Appl. Cryst. 2015, 48, 2026-2032