TARDISNumFOCUS Sponsored Project since 2020
TARDIS is a collection of tools to analyze observations from exploding stars and is widely adopted in the astrophysical community for cutting edge science. TARDIS is a multi-disciplinary collaboration applying new tools from artificial intelligence research and high-performance computing with an open-source development structure.
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Modeling, Visualization, Statistical Computing, Numerical Computing
TARDIS is an open-source collaboration for the radiative-transfer simulation of exploding stars and the analysis of their spectra. TARDIS uses standard open-source community software development workflow relying on GitHub for development, testing, and continuous integration.
TARDIS is being used in modeling the observations of exploding stars and other astrophysical transients. These include but are not limited to exploding white dwarf stars, massive stars undergoing a core-collapse, and coalescing neutron stars.