# Is there any complete list of open source hubs specifically designed for materials modeling and computational materials science?

Several years ago, I became familiar with nanoHUB for accessing open-source codes and software specifically for computational materials science at the nano-scale as well as PFHub that gives you access to phase-field and microstructural modeling codes and software. Both of these hubs are open-source and you could use other codes or share your own code there. I'm wondering if there is a more complete list of similar hubs specifically for computational materials science (for a whole range of materials modeling from atomistic, quantum mechanics, molecular dynamics to mesoscopic and even macroscopic modeling) including these two that I know. I really appreciate any recommendations or suggestions here.

• +1 and Star! Thank you for asking a question !!! – Nike Dattani May 4 at 2:44
• @NikeDattani You're welcome and thanks for your help and encouragement! – Alone Programmer May 4 at 2:46
• Yes, me too! +1 and $\color{orange}{\bigstar}$ :) – Mr Pie May 5 at 6:34