A first version of HELIOS is released and available for download in the "Source Code" section, which provides a link to the GitHub repository. The corresponding publication describing the method and first applications of the code can be found on... more
Shami Tsai has successfully benchmarked the analytical chemistry formula derived in Heng, Lyons & Tsai (2016) and Heng & Lyons (2016) against the TEA code, which computes equilibrium chemistry via Gibbs free energy minimization. This has... more
The Exoclimes Simulation Platform (ESP) was born from a necessity to move beyond Earth-centric climate simulators, to provide the scientific community studying exoplanets with an ultra-fast, open-source and all-encompassing set of simulational tools. The ESP is designed to harness the power of GPU (graphics processing unit) computing, which affords a speed-up at the order-of-magnitude level. Our ultimate goal is for ESP users to become co-developers.
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