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Developing a machine learning tool to optimize thermal transport
14 Aug 2018 | | Contributor(s):: Adam Sandor Garrett, proycho, Xiulin Ruan, creynolds
The purpose of this tool is to optimize SiGe super-lattices to have the lowest possible thermal conductivity. This poster describes the processes used in the tool and how it impacts thermoelectrics.
Photovoltaics QCRF-FDTD Simulator
15 Oct 2015 | | Contributor(s):: Jacob R Duritsch, Haejun Chung, Peter Bermel
Simulates optical and electrical behaviors of photovoltaic cells using a FDTD simulation method and QCRF material modeling.
19 Aug 2013 | | Contributor(s):: Xin Tze (Joyce) Tee, Haejun Chung, Peter Bermel
Finite-difference Time-Domain Simulations for photovoltaic cells
Rappture Bootcamp 3.3: Using Subversion for Source Code Control
15 Jul 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Michael McLennan
nanoHUB tool development
27 Apr 2012 | | Contributor(s):: Benjamin Han
Some basic pointers for the development pipelineWritten for users with minimal programming experience.
Rappture setup in Ubuntu
22 Aug 2011 | | Contributor(s):: David Alberto Saenz
This is a short article about how to set up a functional copy of a rappture development environment simmilar to the workspace but in a local machine. This permits the user to make use of their own software licenses and develop rappture programs in matlab regardless of being outside the premises...
04 Oct 2010 | | Contributor(s):: David Alberto Saenz
This resource is a program which helps to build simple rappture applications. The user will just have to input the information about their code and a template and XML file will be automatically generated for the user to just copy/paste his calculations and let the template do the rest. A...
Nanoelectronic Modeling Lecture 06: nanoHUB.org - Rappture Toolkit
30 Dec 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Gerhard Klimeck, Michael McLennan
The rapid deployment of over 150 simulation tools in just over 4 years has been enabled by 2 critical software developments: 1) Maxwell’s Daemon: a middleware that can deploy at a production level UNIX based codes in web browsers, and 2) Rappture: a software system that enables the rapid...
Rappture Without Changing Application Source Code
23 Nov 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Alisa Neeman, Steven Clark
Rappture is a programming tool kit to add a web browser window to a supercomputing application. With traditional Rappture use, the tool maker changes all input and output in his or her source code to use Rappture function calls. It's unusual to use input files that are uploaded in the web...
Rappture Without Touching Source Code
17 Nov 2009 | | Contributor(s):: Alisa Neeman, Steven Clark
With traditional Rappture use, the tool maker changes all input and output in his or her source code to use Rappture function calls. It's also unusual to use input files that are uploaded in the web browser.This set of notes shows how you can upload script and data files within the Rappture...
Introduction to the nanoHUB for Contributors
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02 Feb 2008 |
This series is a collection of introductory talks describing how you can upload your own content onto nanoHUB.
Developing Tools for nanoHUB.org
23 Jan 2008 | | Contributor(s):: Michael McLennan
The nanoHUB lets you access simulation tools online via an ordinary web browser. Where do the tools come from? From you--hundreds of you throughout the world who are developing nanotechnology modeling tools. Anyone can upload their own code onto nanoHUB and publish a tool for a limited group of...
Using Workspaces on nanoHUB.org
24 Aug 2007 | | Contributor(s):: Michael McLennan
One of the most powerful tools on nanoHUB is something we call a workspace, which is a full-featured Linux desktop that you can access any time, any place, from your web browser. Workspaces are fully loaded with the latest nanoHUB software stack, including the Rappture toolkit, Octave, Scilab, a...
21 Apr 2006 |
Add Rappture to Your Software Development - Learning Module
01 Nov 2005 | | Contributor(s):: Michael McLennan
This series is a set of presentations formerly known as a "Learning Module." The presentations are meant to be viewed in sequence to get a full understanding of the topic. Please click on the following links in order to access each of the presentations in sequence. Overview Wrapping...