About CurieHZ Project
The main goal of the CURIEHZ project was to generate a mass limited complete volume sample of resimulated objects at high-z (from z≈ 3 to 6). To this end we have simulated a volume of 200 /h Mpc on a side with variable resolutions, baryonic physics and cosmology. The full box simulation has been simulate with 1024^3 particles of dark matter and 1024^3 sph gas particles and has been evolved from z=100 till z=0. Both, the dark matter only and the full hydro simulation including cooling, star formation and stellar feedbacks have been done and the halo and galaxy catalogs are available in the database.
More infomation is available on the project webpage.
Daiquiri is a framework to deploy web applications which provide easy access to scientific databases using SQL language. It is developed and maintained by the Supercomputing and E-Science Section of the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP). This webpage is completly built on top of Daiquiri.
Daiquiri is publicly available as Open Source software. The public repository is located at https://github.com/aipescience/daiquiri. You can find more information about Daiquiri at https://escience.aip.de/daiquiri.