Faculty and researchers affiliated with the Center for Scientific Software Infrastructure have open source software to address a variety of research questions. The list below contains links to descriptions and downloads for these software packages. To submit software for listing here, please fill out this form.

Software Catalog


Title Field Description Download link
ALPScore Physics Applications and Libraries for Physics Simulations Core libraries (ALPSCore) provides a set of well-tested, robust and standardized components for numerical simulations of condensed matter systems, in particular systems with strongly correlated electrons. www.alpscore.org
DFT-FE Materials Science & Physics DFT-FE is a massively parallel real-space code written in C++ for first principles based materials modelling using Kohn-Sham density functional theory (DFT). It is based on adaptive finite-element discretization that handles all-electron and pseudopotential calculations in the same framework, accommodates arbitrary boundary conditions, and incorporates scalable and efficient solvers for the solution of the Kohn-Sham equations. http://github.com/dftfeDevelopers/dftfe 
mechanoChem Solid mechanics and chemistry The mechanoChem code is an isogeometric analysis based code used to solve the partial differential equations describing solid mechanics (including gradient elasticity) and chemistry (including the Cahn-Hilliard phase field model). Developed by the Computational Physics Group at the University of Michigan [http://www.umich.edu/~compphys/index.html]. https://github.com/mechanoChem/mechanoChem