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CCPQ (formerly CCP2) Virtual Program Library

The Virtual Library is a set of links to program sources maintained by, but not restricted to, members of CCPQ (more strictly, CCP2; see also CCP6, an amalgamated set of links will appear in the future). Currently, they are grouped geographically. A large number of CCP2 member-authored programs are published in the Computer Physics Communications Library. We make no recommendation as to which codes are the "best" to use. Those in CPC are well documented, but frozen. Those maintained elsewhere are meant to be (close to) the current working versions used by the groups. Hence, little or no documentation may be available.


Computer Physics Communications (CPC) Library

Note: you will only be able to retrieve codes from CPC if your local institution is licensed to do so.

STFC Daresbury Laboratory

Collision codes (FARM, RMATRXII, PRMAT)
Contact: M Plummer or A G Sunderland

The Queen's University, Belfast

Atomic Structure and Properties (CIV3)
Collision Codes (RMATRX1, RMATRX NX, GRACE, 2DRMP)
Laser Atom Codes (HELIUM, R-Matrix Floquet, TDRM, RMT)
Theoretical Methods (WEIGHTS).
Contact the Centre for Theoretical Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.

UK Molecular R-matrix Group and the CCPForge sites UKRmol-in and UKRmol-out

Molecular R-matrix.
Contacts: Jonathan Tennyson and Dr Jimena Gorfinkiel

Quantemol: a full user interface for electron-molecule scattering

Molecular R-matrix.
Contact: Jonathan Tennyson

Tensor Network Theory

The Tensor Network Theory (TNT) library developed at the University of Oxford contains optimised tensor operations for use in TNT-based algorithms for the simulation of strongly correlated quantum systems.
Contacts: Dieter Jaksch,, Sarah Al-Assam and Stephen Clark

University of Durham

Sturmian-Floquet Theory for multiphoton processes in atoms.
Available from the author Dr R M Potvliege on request.

University of Strathclyde

Atomic structure, autoionization (AUTOSTRUCTURE).
Radiation damped R-matrix, available on request
Contact: Nigel Badnell

Other Sources of Software

 
 
   
 
 
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