Application for performing first-principles simulations with an implicit solvent model. The code is released as a patch to VASP. The user can perform molecular dynamics as well as reaction analysis using e.g., nudged elastic band method.
WannierTools is an open-source software package for investigation of novel topological materials. This code works in the tight-binding framework, which can be generated by another software package Wannier90. Users can perform calculations of the Wilson loop, positions of Weyl/Dirac points, nodal line structures, andthe Berry phase around a closed momentum loop and Berry curvature in a part of the Brillouin zone.
WEST is a package for calculating excited spectrum by using the one-shot GW method. Before calculating the excited spectrum, it is necessary to obtain the ground states from the DFT calculations (LDA/GGA/hybrid functional) by Quantum ESPRESSO. To reduce the numerical cost, WEST uses the algorithm that does not require the unoccupied bands. It is also possible to include the spin-orbit couplings and to perform the large-scale calculations at supercomputers. Installation and formats of input files are basically the same as those of Quantum ESPRESSO.
Program package for first-principles calculation based on all-electron calculation method and augmented plane-wave basis. This package performs electronic-state calculation such as band calculation of solids, structure optimization, first-principles molecular dynamics, and so on. All-electron method, which treats core electrons, improves accuracy in calculation compared with pseudo-potential method, and enables us to obtain chemical shifts related to core electrons. This payware can be used by making a contract with the developer.
xTAPP is a first-principles plane-wave pseudo-potential code. It computes band structure and electronic states with high precision for a wide range of materials including metals, oxide surfaces, solid interfaces, and so forth. It has support tools and visualization of output and input, is available as a massively parallel computer using OpenMP, MPI, and GPGPU.
Code for performing many-body calculations based on the GW method, BSE method, etc. starting from Kohn-Sham wave functions obtained using density functional theory. The code relies on wave function output from either abinit or Quantum Espresso. A python interface, Yambo-py, is also under development.
z-Pares is an app for obtaining the eigenvalues and eigenvectors for general sparse matrices using the contour integrals in the complex plane, i.e., Sakurai-Sugiura method. z-Parels is written in fortran 90/95 and supports the large scale parallelization via the two-level MPI distributed parallelism.