I am a strong advocate of free and open-source software (FOSS), as it benefits the whole community. Here is a list of links to software that I at some point used or is related to my work.
Monte Carlo codes
MCFM Parton level Monte Carlo with many processes at NLO and at NNLO, as well as W and Z at N3LO. Includes qT and jet-veto resummation.
MATRIX Parton level Monte Carlo with many processes at NNLO and an interface to RadISH qT- and jet-veto resummation.
CuTe DY,Z,W,H production at NNLO with N3LO resummation at small pT
PeTeR Photon,Z,W,H production at NNLO with threshold resummation at large pT
SusHi Higgs production up to N3LO in the HTL with top-quark mass effects, also in BSM models
ggHiggs Higgs production up to N3LO in the HTL with small-x resummation and top-quark mass effects
DYTurbo Upgraded version of DYNNLO/DYres with higher-order resummation.
DYNNLO/DYres Monte Carlo codes for DY production at NNLO and resummation at NNLL
ResBos Small pT resummation for W,Z,γ,H,γγ,ZZ + jet processes at NLO.
HEJ High Energy Jets: Monte Carlo style resummation for large invariant masses between jets in multijet processes and H+jets, W+jets.
vh@nnlo VH production at NNLO.
vbfnlo Code for vector boson fusion processes at NLO.
Top Quark specific codes
- ZTOP Single top production at NLO in the stable top approximation.
- TOPAZ Computes various top-quark processes at NLO in the narrow-width approximation. Various amplitudes and routines are from MCFM
- Sherpa General purpose event generator with an interface to Pythia.
Parton shower and beyond
Other HEP predictions
- NNTopDec Top quark decay at NNLO
- LHAPDF Framework for PDF sets and their evolution.
- Chaplin Numerical evaluation of Harmonic polylogarithms up to weight four with complex arguments.
- PDF4LHC and MetaPDF combination of different PDF sets
- VVamp Two-loop helicity amplitudes for VV production with decays.
Tools for loop calculations
- Reduze (IBP) reduction of loop integrals. Tested.
- Kira (IBP) reduction of loop integrals. Tested, same input file format as Reduze. Faster than Reduze (2.2) and has nicer error handling in my opinion.
- FIRE (IBP) reduction of loop integrals in Mathematica. Tested and convenient to use.
- FIESTA Mathematica sector decomposition code that I extensively used in projects. Being written in Mathematica makes this convenient to use.
- SecDec Sector decomposition code in Python/C++
- HypExp Mathematica package for the expansion of hypergeometric functions.
- SoftSERVE Evaluation of soft functions that can be defined in terms of two light-like Wilson lines in SCET.