An open-source application for molecular dynamics. This application can perform molecular dynamics simulation of biopolymers and solvents consisting of a number of molecules/atoms. It implements a number of force field sets and algorithms, and supports parallel computing based on OpenMP. Java graphical user interface (GUI) is also included.
A tool of input-file preparation and visualization for xTAPP, an application of the first-principle calculation. By graphical user interface (GUI), this application helps xTAPP users for making input files, and visualizes results of wavefunctions, electron densities, and potential profiles into three-dimensional graphics from output files.
Payware for visualization of computational fluid dynamics and general numerical simulation. This application provides an integrated environment for two- and three- dimensional graph drawing, and supports interactive visualization of data with many options such as slices, contours, and stream traces. It also supports visualization of large-scale data and efficient comparison between many data sets.
A solver program for two dimensional quantum lattice model based on a projected entangled pair state wavefunction and the corner transfer matrix renormalization group method.
This works on a massively parallel machine because tensor operations are OpenMP/MPI parallelized.
Ab initio quantum Monte Carlo solver for both molecular and bulk electronic systems. By using the geminal/Pfaffian wavefunction with the Jastrow correlator as the trial wavefunction, users can perform highly accurate variational calculations, structural optimizations and ab initio molecular dynamics for both classical and quantum nuclei.
An open-source program package for numerical diagonalization of quantum spin systems. The FORTRAN source programs are relatively simple and highly readable, and it can be applied to various quantum spin systems by modifying the main routine. Both the Lanczos and the inverse iteration methods are implemented for calculation of eigenvalues and eigenvectors, as well as correlation functions. Can be also used for diagonalization problems of general sparse matrices.
A library collection for numerical calculation of interacting quantum systems. Modern programming techniques are used in this library to implement common tasks for solving quantum impurity problems in dynamic mean-field theory in a simple and efficient way. It is written in C++ and Python, and includes tutorials using Jupyter Notebook.
A first principles calculation program using all electron mixture based approach. It targets broad physical systems such as isolated systems, surfaces and interfaces, and crystals, and it calculates all electronic states from core electrons to valence electrons. It deals with calculation methods such as the GW method, and also deals with parallel calculations. It can execute with high accuracy molecular dynamics calculations for electronic excited states based on time dependent density functional theory.
2DMAT is a framework for applying a search algorithm to a direct problem solver to find the optimal solution. In version 1.0, for solving a direct problem, 2DMAT offers the wrapper of the solver for the total-reflection high-energy positron diffraction (TRHEPD) experiment. As algorithms, it offers the Nelder-Mead method, the grid search method, the Bayesian optimization method, and the replica exchange Monte Carlo method. Users can define original direct problem solvers or the search algorithms.
An open-source solver for the impurity problem based on the continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo method. Imaginary-time Green’s functions of the impurity Anderson model and the effective impurity model in the dynamical mean-field approximation can be calculated with high speed by using an efficient Monte Carlo algorithm. The main programs are written by C++, and can be called from Python scripts.