Helmholtz Software Spotlights

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This is a selection of Helmholtz Software Spotlights, which will be continuously expanded and updated. Stay tuned and learn more about great research software projects!

Chemotion ELN

Chemotion ELN is an Open Source electronic lab notebook (ELN) for scientists working in chemistry and colleagues from neighboring disciplines, developed and updated at KIT. The web-based application allows the acquisition, management, storage, processing, and sharing of research data.

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Digital Earth Viewer

The Digital Earth Viewer is a tool for the visualisation and exploration of geospatial data in true 3D over time. It runs on Windows, MacOS and Linux and only requires a modern webbrowser to use. Common file formats such as CSV, netCDF, GeoTIFF and many more are natively supported.

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EnPT

The Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program (EnMAP) is a German hyperspectral satellite mission that aims at monitoring and characterising Earth’s environment on a global scale. EnMAP measures and models key dynamic processes of Earth’s ecosystems by extracting geochemical, biochemical and biophysical parameters that provide information on the status and evolution of various terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.

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FairMQ

FairMQ is designed to help implement large-scale data processing workflows needed in next-generation particle physics experiments.

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FESOM

FESOM (Finite-Element/volumE Sea ice-Ocean Model) is a multi-resolution sea ice-ocean model that solves the equations of motion on unstructured meshes.

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IGMAS+

Modern geophysical interpretation requires an interdisciplinary approach and software capable of handling multiple inhomogeneous data like seismic, FTG gravity, magnetic and magnetotelluric in complex geological environments.

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mHM

The mesoscale Hydrologic Model (mHM) is a well established hydrological model used by the scientific community. It is under active development with dozens of contributors and has an open community always interested in discussions.

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ODV

Ocean Data View (ODV) is a software package for the interactive exploration, analysis and visualization of oceanographic and other geo-referenced environmental data. ODV runs on Windows, MacOS, and Linux. ODV data and view files are platform-independent and can be exchanged between different systems.

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PIConGPU

PIConGPU 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. PIConGPU is developed and maintained by the Computational Radiation Physics Group at the Institute for Radiation Physics at HZDR in close collaboration with the Center for Advanced Systems Understanding (CASUS).

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RCE

RCE is a distributed integration environment for scientists and engineers to analyze, optimize, and design complex systems like aircraft, ships, or satellites.

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SaQC

A consistent, extensible, easy-to-use tool/framework for reproducible quality control of time series data.

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