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- meep is a free finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) simulation software package developed at MIT to model electromagnetic systems.
- A C library for the simulation of a quantum computer. It provides all important operations and the simulation of decoherence effects.
- An Object Oriented Framework For Large Scale Data Analysis (used primarily in the high-energy and nuclear physics community).
- Octopus is a GPL code for the ab-initio simulation of electronic systems based on the time-dependent density functional theory. It is mainly focused on the calculation of excited stated properties of molecules and finite systems.
- Puma-EM is a code that allows the computation of various electromagnetic quantities when a target is excited by an electromagnetic source. These quantities are the scattered fields and the currents on the surface of the target. It can compute: monostatic RCS for a variety of angles or positions (SAR) bistatic RCS for a variety of angles Antenna pattern electric and/or magnetic dipole excitation plane-wave excitation a combination of the above
- QuTiP: Quantum Toolbox in Python
- QuTiP is open-source software for simulating the dynamics of open quantum systems. The QuTiP library depends on the excellent Numpy and Scipy numerical packages. In addition, graphical output is provided by Matplotlib. QuTiP aims to provide user-friendly and efficient numerical simulations of a wide variety of Hamiltonians, including those with arbitrary time-dependence, commonly found in a wide range of physics applications such as quantum optics, trapped ions, superconducting circuits, and quantum nanomechanical resonators. QuTiP is freely available for use and/or modification on all Unix based platforms such as Linux and Mac OSX. Being free of any licensing fees, QuTiP is ideal for exploring quantum mechanics and dynamics in the classroom.
- OpenScientist is an integration of open source products working together to do scientific visualization and data analysis ; in particular for high energy physics (HEP).
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