Analytical tool to calculate the Z2 topological number or Chern number from given band structures, which are derived from first-principles calculations or tight-binding Hamiltonians. The topological numbers are calculated from the evolution of Wannier charge center and this method is applicable to the systems without inversion symmetries.
XenonPy is a high-throughput material exploration framework based on machine learning technologies. This library can generate various chem/phys descriptors for machine learning to explore materials in virtual environment. Descriptors in matminer can be also used. Model training is done by PyTorch. Visualization tool for descriptor and transfer learning framework are also provided.
Open-source software for quantum computing in quantum chemistry. OpenFermion can map the ab-initio Hamiltonian of an target molecular or material in second quantization to that in qubits. Parameters of the Hamiltonian is estimated by using other software for first-principles calculations. OpenFermion also provides users plugins to support integration with apps for quantum circuits and quantum simulators.
A fast molecular dynamics simulator for ferroelectrics. This simulator can execute molecular dynamics calculations quickly by dealing with dipole interaction efficiently. It can simulate the physical property of microscopic ferroelectric thin film of tens of nanometers, which is important in FeRAM(Ferroelectric Random Access Memory), controlling the shapes and effects of inactivated layers.
An application for numerical renormalization group calculations. This application can solve magnetic impurity problems described by the Kondo model and the Anderson model. Input files are prepared for typical impulity models. By modifying input files, one can study more general models of the magnetic impurity problems. A mathematica program for generation of input files are also included.
Open source software for massively parallel quantum chemistry calculations. Energies and geometries of nano-sized molecules can be calculated without fragmentation. The program supports Hartree-Fock, density functional theory, and second-order Møller-Plesset perturbation theory calculations. The input format, execution method, and program structure are simple, and frequently used routines can be easily extracted.
An open-source application for ab initio quantum chemical calculation. This application performs electronic structure calculation of molecules by the Hartree-Fock, density functional, many-body perturbation, configuration interaction theories, and so on. Even though this application is freeware, it succeeds in maintaining high-quality and high-performance codes by active development, and has a number of world-wide users. It histrically shares core programs with GAMESS-UK.
A low-energy solver for a wide ranger of quantum lattice models (multi-orbital Hubbard model, Heisenberg model, Kondo-lattice model) by using variational Monte Carlo method. User can obtain high-accuracy wave functions for ground states of above models. Users flexibly choose the correlation factors in wavefunctions such as Gutzwiller, Jastrow, and doublon-holon binding factors and optimize more the ten thousand variational parameters. It is also possible to obtain the low-energy excited states by specifying the quantum number using the quantum number projection.
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.
An application for adding a function of the replica exchange method to the existing applications for molecular dynamics simulation such as MODYLAS, AMBER, and CHARMM. Without changing original programs of molecular dynamics, the replica exchange method can be implemented easily. This application also shows high performance in massive parallel computing by the K-computer.