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.
|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|