The Terrestrial Systems Modelling Platform (TSMP) is a fully coupled, massive parallel regional Earth system model, used in many setups to simulate complex interactions and feedbacks between the different compartments of the geo-ecosystem.

PATMOS is a neutron Monte-Carlo transport code developed at CEA. It prototypes the next generation of applications used for nuclear safety and radiation shielding.

Understanding the evolution and changes of global climate is of utmost importance in the 21st century. The complexity of climate simulation is reflected in the structure of codes in the field.

The Integrated Forecasting System (IFS) application software is a state-of-the-art global weather prediction suite developed at ECMWF on behalf of its member states.

Nek5000 is a highly scalable open source code for the simulation of incompressible flows in moderately complex geometries.