Ctrl KSoftwareProjectsOrganisationsSign in Ctrl KLimited functionality: Your browser does not support JavaScript.HIFIS Software SpotlightsBrowse all SpotlightsAll software1FilterClearOrder byMentionsOrder byKeywords26Program languages16Licenses5121-7 of 7alpakaThe alpaka library is a header-only C++17 abstraction framework designed for computing accelerator development. It enables developers to implement algorithms once and execute them across a range of platforms, including x86, ARM, and RISC-V CPUs, as well as accelerators from NVIDIA, AMD, and Intel.C++CPUCUDA+ 7C++CMakeShell+ 23474HeatHeat is a flexible and seamless open-source software for high performance data analytics and machine learning. It provides highly optimized algorithms and data structures for tensor computations using CPUs, GPUs and distributed cluster systems on top of MPI.CPUData analysisGPU+ 4PythonJupyter NotebookShell+ 11127PIConGPUPIConGPU is a relativistic Particle-in-Cell code running on graphic processing units as well as regular multi-core processors. It is Open Source und is freely available for download. It can be used to study plasmas with relativistic dynamics, solving the Maxwell-Vlasov system of equations.CPUGPUheterogeneous computing+ 3C++PythonShell+ 5113SMG2SSMG2S (Sparse Matrix Generator with Given Spectrum) is able to generate large-scale non-Hermitian and non-Symmetric matrices in parallel with the spectral distribution functions or eigenvalues given by users, and the spectrum of generated matrix is the same as the one specified by the users. CPUHigh performance computingMatrix Computation+ 1C++PythonCMake+ 122AI4HPCAI4HPC, part of CoE RAISE, is an open-source library to train AI models with CFD datasets on HPC systems. AI4HPC also includes a benchmarking suite to test the limits of any system with CPUs and GPUs towards Exascale and a HyperParameter Optimization (HPO) suite for scalable HPO tasks.Artificial IntelligenceComputational Fluid DynamicsCPU+ 440JuKKRThe Korringa-Kohn-Rostoker (KKR) Greens function method is a highly accurate all-electron method to perform density functional theory calculations for the prediction of materials properties based on quantum mechanical simulations.CPUDensity functional theoryHigh performance computing+ 5Fortran Free FormFortranTeX+ 2290SMASH - A hadronic transport approachSMASH is a relativistic hadronic transport approach for the dynamical description of heavy-ion reactions. It is a microscopic non-equilibrium approach and incorporates all well known hadronic states and their interactions. CPUMatteropen source+ 1C++CMakeShell+ 3180