AMUSE

Combine existing numerical codes in an easy to use Python framework. With AMUSE you can simulate objects such as star clusters, proto-planetary disks and galaxies.

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What AMUSE can do for you

  • provides a homogeneous environment to design astrophysical simulations used by students and researchers
  • couples different simulation codes in a Python environment to be run locally or distributed
  • provides a very easy way to solve astronomical problems that involve complicated physical interactions
  • used for more than 40 scientific papers and PhD theses
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Programming languages
  • AMPL 41%
  • C 26%
  • Fortran 12%
  • Python 11%
  • C++ 6%
  • Cuda 1%
  • Java 1%
  • Perl 1%
  • Other 1%
License
  • Apache-2.0
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Participating organisations

Leiden University
Netherlands eScience Center
Natural Sciences & Engineering
Natural Sciences & Engineering

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Contributors

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Arjen van Elteren
Leiden University
Inti Pelupessy
Inti Pelupessy
Niels  Drost
Niels Drost
SPZ
Simon Portegies Zwart
SM
Steve McMillan
Drexel University
Lourens Veen
Lourens Veen

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