We maintain and contribute to a number of open-source software packages for scientific use. These include:
Met.3D is an open-source visualisation tool for interactive, three-dimensional visualisation of numerical ensemble weather predictions and similar numerical atmospheric model datasets. Met.3D uses state-of-the-art computer graphics technology and implements a number of recently proposed ensemble visualization methods to facilitate interactive 3D visual data analysis in a novel way. Detailed information can be found on the project website.
BQCD is a Hybrid Monte-Carlo program for simulating lattice QCD with
dynamical Wilson fermions. The program is used in research projects of
the QCDSF/UKQCD/CSSM collaboration and for benchmarking in supercomputer
procurements. BQCD is published under the GNU General Public License
and can be downloaded from https://www.rrz.uni-hamburg.de/bqcd.