An application for prediction of stable and metastable structures from a chemical composition. For prediction of structures, this application combines the first-principles calculation by external packages (VASP, GULP, siesta, Quantum Espresso, STM4, CP2k, etc.) with various efficient algorithms such as the evolutionary algorithm.
It can be applied to prediction of, e.g., structure of crystals under extreme pressure, nanoparticles, and surface reconstruction.
An open-source application for micromagnetic simulation from an atomic scale to an micro-meter scale. This application can perform dynamical simulation of spins and phase-space search based on a Monte Calro method. This application can also treat complex systems such as antiferromagnets and alloys. The code is written in object-oriented programing, and is optimized for efficient parallel computing.
A package including patches and scripts for adding transition-state calculation to the first-principles calculation application VASP. This package adds new functions to VASP such as calculation of reaction paths, transition-state structures, and rate constants, as well as a set of scripts for setting up calculations and analyzing results. A program for the Bader analysis for atomic charge assignment is also included.
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.
A piece of software for obtaining crystal structure and visualizing three-dimensional data that runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X platforms. It can handle 30 structure data formats and 17 volumetric data formats for input, and 13 structure data formats and 6 volumetric data formats for output. It is distributed free of charge in binary format for noncommercial purposes.
An open-source application for modeling, visualization, and analysis of biomolecule systems such as proteins, nuclear acids, and lipid bilayers. This application visualizes biomolecules by reading Protein Data Bank (PDB) files. It supports various options in rendering and coloring of molecules, and also can animate the result of a molecular dynamics simulation.
w2dynamics is a hybridization-expansion continuous-time (CT-HYB) quantum Monte Carlo package, developed jointly in Wien and Würzburg. Users can calculate local two- and four-pointfermionic Green’s functions of multi-orbital impurity models. This application also provides DMFT Python code and an interface to wannier90 generated Hamiltonians.
A program for generating maximally-localized Wannier functions from results of first-principles calculation. This program supports Quantum Espresso, abinit, SIESTA, FLEUR, Wien2k, and VASP. It can also calculate electrical conductivity and material properties related to the berry phase from the obtained MLWFs.