The OSSCAR (Open Software Services for Classrooms and Research) platform is a collaborative environment targeted at enhancing awareness and adoption of best practises in Open Science and computational thinking, focusing on education and research.
OSSCAR develops original educational content such as the pedagogical web application demonstrated in the animation below. This content is offered by exploiting the infrastructural resources developed for Materials Cloud, and disseminated widely through the CECAM network and beyond.
Browse OSSCAR-developed applications for courses in quantum mechanics and computational materials science.
Tutorials for Developers
How to develop interactive web applications with Jupyter notebooks by using OSSCAR technologies.
OSSCAR Source Code
Check out all (open-source!) code developed by OSSCAR (courses, widgets, …).
Information about the OSSCAR project.
If you use OSSCAR notebooks or technology, we would appreciate if you could cite the following paper:
D. Du, T. J. Baird, S. Bonella, G. Pizzi, OSSCAR, an open platform for collaborative development of computational tools for education in science, arXiv:2203.12019 (2022).