Commercially-available free software for Computer-Aided Drug Development. It includes programs for compound database, protein-compound docking, structure-based drug screening, ligand-based drug screening, protein-ligand binding site prediction, molecular editor, physical property prediction, synthetic accessibility prediction, thermodynamic calculation including multi-canonical dynamics, and molecular dynamics simulations with and without acceleration using GPUs and MPI parallelization.
An application for ab initio quantum chemical calculation. This application can calculate ground states and excited states of molecules by the SCF/DFT, the CASSCF/RASSCF, and the CASPT2/RASPT2 method. It is architected especially for obtaining potential energy surfaces of excited states, and maintains high-speed, high-accuracy, and robust open codes.
Debian Live Linux System that contains OS, editors, materials science application software, visualization tools, etc. An environment needed to perform materials science simulations is provided as a one package. By booting up on VirtualBox virtual machine, one can start simulations, such as the first-principles calculation, molecular dynamics, quantum chemical calculation, lattice model calculation, etc, immediately.
A program package for numerically solving effective lattice models using matrix product states (MPS). The ground state of a one-dimensional quantum system and its time evolution can be numerically evaluated by using an infinite system algorithm based on MPS. Useful tutorials and examples of calculations are also provided.
A program package for physical properties related to magnetism. This application can evaluate various physical quantities of magnetics such as crystal fields, magnetic structures, thermodynamic quantities (magnetization, specific heat, etc.), and magnetic excitation. This package can also perform fitting analysis of neutron diffraction experiments and resonant X-ray diffraction experiments, and is helpful to experimentalists.
An open-source application for the electromagnetic field simulation based on the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. Time-evolution of the electromagnetic field in the system written by 1-, 2-, and 3-dimensional orthogonal coordinates and cylinder coordinates can be calculated under various boundary conditions and spatial dependence of permittivity and permeability. The main programs are written by C++, and can be called from Python scripts.
An application for multi-purpose structure analysis based on a finite-element method. This application can analyze static properties, dynamic response, and vibration response. It also can calculate nonlinear dynamics of thermal transport and stress/strain of structures. It implements various numerical algorithms and user can choose an appropriate algorithm to solve the problems. It supports parallel processing and has user customization option by its original program language.
An application for simulating microstructures of alloys based on a phase-field method. This application can treat various problems in multi-component alloy systems such as solidification, solid-phase transition, and dynamics of crystal growth. Any required thermodynamic quantities can be obtained by calculating phase diagram or by direct coupling to the thermodynamic data calculated by other application.
An open-source application for micromagnetic simulation optimized for general-purpose computing on GPU. This application can calculate spatial distribution of magnetization with speed of more than 100 times compared with CPU calculation. This application can also treat the RKKY interaction, effect of spin injection, and Voronoi diagrams. It supports remote computing using its web-GUI system.
An open-source application for molecular dynamics to simulate biopolymers such as proteins and nuclear acids. This application can perform high-speed molecular dynamics simulation by hybrid parallel computing maintaining high-accuracy energy conservation. This application also support high-speed calculation of long-range interaction based on the particle mesh Ewald method. The code is released under GPL lisense.