An application for first-principles calculation based on the order-N method. This application can perform electronic-state calculation and band calculation for various physical systems. It supports the DFT+U method, the time-dependent DFT method, molecular dynamics, etc., and can also treat van der Waals forces and phonons. By using support applications, generation of input files, transformation between different file formats, and analysis of numerical results can be performed.
An open-source application for first-principles calculation utilizing pseudo-potentials and plane-wave basis sets. This application is capable of performing electronic structure calculations of a wide range of physical systems such as crystals and surfaces/interfaces. It supports structure relaxation, phonon-dispersion calculation, and molecular dynamics simulation, and can deal with systems with the spin-orbit interaction.
An open-source application for simulation of one-dimensional interacting electron models based on a tensor product wavefunction method. This application supports not only electronic models but also spin and bosonic models, and can evaluate various physical quantities for ground states and low-lying excited states. This application also supports time evolution, and can treat models with long-range interactions.
An open-source multi-purpose application for simulation of fluids and continuous fields. This application can treat complex fluids including chemical reaction, turbulence, thermal condition, and combustion as well as thermal conduction of solids, stress fields, magnetohydrodynamics, and so on. It supports parallel computing, and also prepares pre- and post-processing functions. It is coded by C++ to keep high efficiency in development, debugging, and maintenance.
Open-source tools and a database for molecular simulation. Data of molecular models (interatomic potentials and force fields), result data of molecular simulation, and test tools can be downloaded freely. API (Application Programming Interface) for exchanging information between atomistic simulation codes and interatomic models is also provided.
OpenMX is a first-principles software based on the pseudo-atomic localized basis functions. It calculates electronic structure rapidly for a wide range of materials including crystals, interfaces, liquids, etc. It speedily provides molecular dynamics simulation and structural optimization of large-scale systems and also implements a hybrid parallelism. It is able to deal with non-collinear magnetism and non-equilibrium Green’s function calculations for electrical conductions.
An open-source framework for execution management of numerical simulation. By registering target simulators, information at the time of execution (parameters, date and time, hostname, version of simulators, etc.) and calculation results are saved automatically on database. Job submission and browse of job status can be performed efficiently from web browsers.
An open-source application for the phase-field simulations. This application treats many kinds of problems in materials science such as determination of phase diagrams, crystal growing, small structures accompanied by first-order transition, and so on. Its source code is open under the GPL, and is developed putting emphasis on its flexibility in the C++ language.
OCTA is an integrated simulation system for soft materials developed by the joint project of industry and academia funded by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI), Japan. OCTA consists of four simulation engines named COGNAC(Molecular dynamics simulation), PASTA(rheology simulation), SUSHI(mean field theory), MUFFIN(continuum theory) and a simulation platform (GOURMET).
An open-source application of semi-empirical/ab-initio quantum chemical calculation that comes under an academic license. It performs various quantum chemical calculations based on Hartree-Fock theory, density functional theory, and configuration interaction theory, yielding electronic states and enabling structure optimization and molecular spectrum analysis. Molecular dynamics calculation based on the QM/MM method is also possible by using this software in combination with GROMACS.