EXCITING Links

• XCrySDen - a crystalline and molecular structure visualisation program

• V_Sim - another crystalline and molecular structure visualisation program

• DRAWxtl - a crystalline structure visualisation program which can read EXCITING files

• Bilbao Crystallographic Server - a web site with crystallographic programs and databases

• Andrew Chizmeshya site - sample EXCITING input and output files for a number of molecular and condensed phase systems

• G95 - a free, open source Fortran 90/95 compiler

• GNU Fortran - another free, open source Fortran 90/95 compiler

• GotoBLAS - an optimised implementation of the BLAS library available for a range of architectures

• ATLAS - Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra Software: an optimised implementation of BLAS and a subset of LAPACK

• FFTW - a highly efficient fast Fourier transform (FFT) library compatible with EXCITING

• Grace - a WYSIWYG 2D plotting tool for the X Window System

• OpenDX - a powerful, full-featured software package for the visualization of scientific data

• ProTeX - a perl script to produce a LaTeX compatible document from Fortran source code

• Planewaves, Pseudopotentials, and the LAPW Method - a very useful book by David Singh and Lars Nordström

• NEdit - a multi-purpose text editor with syntax highlighting available for EXCITING input and output

• JEdit - an excellent Java-based text editor which has been used for almost all EXCITING development

• VESTA - a 3D visualisation program for structural models and data which can read EXCITING files

• ABINIT - a highly sophisticated open source pseudopotential plane wave code

• PWSCF - another open source pseudopotential plane wave code

• Octopus - a pseudopotential code specialising in time-dependent DFT

• Wien2k - a powerful FP-LAPW code with a large user community

• FLEUR code - another FP-LAPW code with emphasis on magnetism and surface calculations

• RSPt - an efficient open source relativistic FP-LMTO code

• Kay Dewhurst - Your Humble Servant

• Sangeeta Sharma - Specialising in DFT methods

• Claudia Ambrosch-Draxl - EXCITING Network leader and Chair of Atomistic Modelling and Design of Materials

• Institut für Physik, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz

• Atomistic Modelling and Design of Materials, University of Leoben

• Density Functional Theory Group of E. K. U. Gross

• Condensed Matter Theory Group, Uppsala