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Welcome to the main wiki page for the Eclipse Integrated Computational Environment (ICE)!

ICE extends the Eclipse Rich Client Platform by adding support for working with scientific computing projects and repackaging various Eclipse development tools to better support the development of scientific software. Like these other pieces of the Eclipse ecosystem, it is easy to generate custom plugins for your project, so that you can use the tools in Eclipse ICE to expose model (input) generation, job launching, data analysis and visualization capabilities for yourself or your users.

This wiki contains all the important information you need for using ICE. You can search using the search bar on the left, or get started with the links below:

If you have any questions that this wiki does not address, you are more than welcome to email us directly at ice-dev <at> eclipse.org or eclipse.ice.project <at> gmail.com.


Project Home - Eclipse ICE homepage, including an overview describing the project.

About ICE - A detailed background about ICE and its goals.

Getting ICE - Details on how to download, install and run the binary version of ICE.

Frequently Asked Questions - Answers to common questions we receive from users and developers.

Known Issues - A list of the known issues in ICE. Please read before filing a bug report!

Bug Reports (Bugzilla) - The ICE bug tracker.

ICE Mailing Lists - Resources for keeping up with the latest news about ICE and asking for help from other developers/users.

ICE Build Instructions - Details on how to download, install and run ICE from the source code.

Source Code - ICE's source code hosted on GitHub.

Contributing to ICE - How to contribute code to ICE.

Developer Documentation - Detailed documentation on how to write ICE plugins for your project or how to work on ICE's source code yourself.

Development Team - Meet the ICE Development Team.


User Tutorials

The following tutorials cover some but not all of the applications that Eclipse ICE supports. These tutorials are written for users that want or need to use ICE to work with these codes.

Tutorials to assist developers can be found on the Developer Documentation page, which contains information for those looking to use ICE for their own projects or to work on ICE itself. The developer tutorials provide extension amounts of information on how to write (or generate) the code required for ICE to recognize your software. So, if you want to use ICE for your project check out those tutorials instead and only use the user tutorials as examples.


Nuclear Energy

MOOSE Support in ICE- A step-by-step tutorial describing how to use ICE to interact with any MOOSE-based application.

Developing MOOSE Applications with ICE - A step-by-step tutorial describing how to use ICE to develop MOOSE-based multi-physics applications.

Using Nek5000 with ICE - A step-by-step tutorial describing how to use ICE's Nek5000 plugins for computational fluid dynamics simulations.

Using PROTEUS with ICE - A step-by-step tutorial describing how to use ICE's PROTEUS plugins for neutronics simulations.

Using SHARP with ICE - A detailed tutorial covering all things SHARP in ICE.


Batteries

Using VIBE with ICE - A step-by-step tutorial describing how to use ICE's VIBE plugins for lithium-ion battery simulations.

Remote Job Launching via ICE with VirtualBox VMs - A walkthrough for how to set up ICE to launch remote jobs on a virtual machine.

Mesh Building & Visualization

Visualizing Output with ICE

Embedded Visualizations in ICE

Editing Meshes - A tutorial on ICE's 2D mesh editor.


Materials

Using the Reflectivity Model - A step by step tutorial describing how to use ICE's Reflectivity Model for modeling neutron reflectivity.


HPC Performance Analysis

TAU profiling in ICE - A guide to using the TAU HPC Performance Analysis Tool in Eclipse ICE.


Presentations & Publications

EclipseCon North America 2015 Presentation

EclipseCon Europe 2014 Presentation

Usability and User Environments for DOE ACTT 2014

EclipseCon France 2014 Presentation

EclipseCon North America 2014 Presentation

EclipseCon North America 2013 Presentation

NEAMS 2013 PI Meeting

Daily Status Meetings

The ICE development team meets everyday in a "stand-up meeting" to report progress and tasks for the day.

January 2016 Status Meetings

Archived meetings:

2014 Archived Status Meetings

2014 Archived Status Meetings

2013 Archived Status Meetings

2012 Archived Status Meetings

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