All software is open-source, licensed under LGPLv3.
Please refer below for summary descriptions (tools are alphabetically ordered). And if you're keen for me to share something that is not available here, then please contact me at djgroennl "at" gmail.com.
Flee is a simulation code used to predict the destinations of refugees escaping conflict situations. It is written using Python 3 and is presented in detail here.
FabSim is flexible, adaptable, and allows users to perform a wide range of computational research tasks with ease. It also provides a systematic way to automate the use of resourcess, including HPC and distributed resources, and to make tasks easier to repeat by recording contextual information.
HemeLB is a simulation code which is used to model blood flow in sparse arterial networks. It is optimized for use on supercomputers and relies on the lattice-Boltzmann method.
MPWide is a message passing library which is optimized for use across wide area networks. It can be used to couple codes running in different locations or to parallelize a simulation across supercomputers.
A public GitHub repository intended to provide some useful resources for my BSc and MSc project students. Perhaps it could be useful for other students as well?