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Reproducibility for digital-twin simulations in astrophysics

The Astrophysics Multipurpose Software Environment (AMUSE) is a framework for studying multi-scale and multi-physics phenomena. It comprises an extensive collection of dedicated solvers in various computer languages. The inhomogeneity of the framework impedes installation and maintenance but has enormous advantages in terms of flexibility, validation, applicability, and usability. We aim to make the AMUSE software environment better findable,more accessible, interoperable, reusable, and reproducible. Adding reproducibility would make AMUSE FAIReR than other simulation environments, which will help us to port AMUSE to other disciplines, including biology and chemistry.

Participating organisations

University of Geneva
Netherlands eScience Center
Leiden University
Drexel University
Heidelberg University
McMaster University
University of Amsterdam
American Museum of Natural History

Team

Rena Bakhshi
Rena Bakhshi
Programme Manager
Netherlands eScience Center
SPZ
Simon Portegies Zwart
SM
Steve McMillan
RK
Ralf Klessen
AS
Alison Sills
MML
Mordecai-Mark Mac Low
Curator
American Museum of Natural History
ST
Silvia Toonen
SR
Steven Rieder