The mctdhtools project aims to provide a set of routines for easily reading and manipulating the output of the Heidelberg MCTDH code. Its goal is to allow a new user to quickly get started with writing custom analysis programs, and to allow more experienced users to write small, clean, and testable analysis programs, something that seems incompatible with the Fortran-77 code of the Heidelberg MCTDH package.
Organic Photovoltaic Device Model is a 1D Schottky-Read-Hall based drift diffusion model specifically designed to model organic photovoltaic (OPV) devices. It can describe non-geminate recombination via two mechanisms: free-to-trap processes via an exponential tail of trap states, and free-to-free carrier processes. The model solves the drift diffusion equations for electrons and holes, Poisson's equation to calculate the potential distribution in position space, and the Schottky-Read-Hall capture escape equations for a discretized set of energy levels. The model has been used to generate a number of publications. It can simulate the following experiments often used to characterize OPV devices: JV curves (Light/Dark), Charge extraction data (Light/Dark), and Steady state recombination data (Light/Dark).
Libfbm is a C++ library for fast and accurate bulk-simulation of multi-dimensional (1D, 2D, 3D, .., 8D) Gaussian stationary processes, fractional Brownian motion, and fields with power-law power spectrum. It makes use of the circulant matrix embedding and FFT. Random number generation is provided by SFMT (SIMD-optimized Mersenne Twister) with a ziggurat based algorithm for normal distribution. For FFT functions, it depends on the FFTW library.
Kelvin is a units converter intended for scientists, teachers, and students who need a reliable tool for fast conversion. Some categories included are: acceleration, area, frequency, atomic physics, density, electrical capacitance, electromagnetic radiation, energy/work, flow, force, fuel consumption, illumination, length, luminance, luminous flux, magnetomotive force, mass, power, prefixes and suffixes, pressure and stress, specific heat, speed/velocity, temperature, thermal resistance, time, torque, viscosity (dynamic), viscosity (kinematic), volume, and dry/liquid capacity.
Pathomx is a workflow-based tool for the analysis of metabolomic and other omics datasets. It is interactive, visual, extensible, intelligent, and free for any use. It lets you dynamically build analysis workflows using the interactive editor. Drag and drop connections between plugin tools to create a complete workflow through which to run your analysis. Data can be loaded and processed automatically, and new approaches tested simply by connecting tools.
Science Quiz Bowl Challenge is a game of questions and answers. There are four topics: astronomy, biology, geology, and physics. After selecting a topic from the menu, a set of 10 questions are randomly presented, one by one, out from a pool of over 20 questions. The goal is to correctly answer as many questions as possible.
Finesse is a numeric simulation for laser interferometers using the frequency domain and Hermite-Gauss modes. It is easy to use for students. For basic use, including graphical output, no commercial software is required. The implemented physics are well documented in a 180-page manual. Simple examples are provided. Finesse can be used to compute a great variety of interferometer signals for control systems, including longitudinal control, alignment control, and thermal compensation.
DeltaQt is a cross-platform library of C++ classes and functions for parsing of DELTA (DEscription Language for TAxonomy) files, and is part of the Free DELTA initiative. Support for all major data-related DELTA directives is planned. Typesetting directives are beyond the scope of the project, and support for them is not planned. Support for RTF formatting within comments, notes, descriptions, etc. is planned. All data defined by supported DELTA directives (including comments and annotations) will be parsed into memory. Qt (core) is used extensively.