The TCM Group is responsible for several large academic software packages. Casino, Castep and Onetep were all created in TCM, and the others listed below were created outside of TCM but currently have TCM members as active authors or maintainers.
CASINO is a computer program system for performing quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) electronic structure calculations. It is capable of calculating incredibly accurate solutions to the Schrödinger equation of quantum mechanics for realistic systems built from atoms. This helps us understand and predict the nature of the Universe.CASINO Website
CASTEP is a leading code for calculating the properties of materials from first principles. Using density functional theory, it can simulate a wide range of properties of materials proprieties including energetics, structure at the atomic level, vibrational properties, electronic response properties etc. In particular it has a wide range of spectroscopic features that link directly to experiment, such as infra-red and Raman spectroscopies, NMR, and core level spectra.CASTEP website
OptaDOS is a code for calculating optical, core-level excitation spectra along with full, partial and joint electronic density of states (DOS). The code is written by Andrew Morris and Chris Pickard at the University of Cambridge and Rebecca Nicholls and Jonathan Yates at Oxford University. OptaDOS is written in Fortran 95 and may be run in parallel using MPI. At OptaDOS interfaces with CASTEP and ONETEP output files, although it is extendible to perform calculations on any set of band eigenvalues and their derivatives generated by any electronic structure code.OptaDOS web site
ONETEP (Order-N Electronic Total Energy Package) is a linear-scaling code for quantum-mechanical calculations based on density-functional theory.ONETEP website
Siesta (Spanish Initiative for Electronic Simulations with Thousands of Atoms) is another linear-scaling DFT code with a global user-base.Siesta website
The TCM group has a long history in designing electron-atom pseudopotentials. Libraries are available for QMC and CASTEP supports on-the-fly pseudopotential generation.
Dr Moller is one of the maintainers of DiagHam a GPLed set of C++ classes for exact diagonalization of various quantum systems. The project is based at the ENS, Paris.
TCM uses many different DFT codes, and Dr Rutter has written c2x, which converts between their input formats, and interfaces between their output and common visualisation software, with the ability to interpolate and average as well. It can perform some basic cell manipulations, such as creating supercells, enlarging or decreasing vacuum regions, and rolling sheets into nanotubes. It can also perform some analysis, such as symmetry analysis, and calculating electrostatic potentials and dipoles.
(The same author is also responsible for the PNG compressor and bitmap to PNG/PDF/EPS converter bmp2pdf.)