Projects using Scikit-HEP
Table of contents
This page tries to give an overview of who is using one or more packages of the Scikit-HEP project.
ATLAS - the ATLAS experiment at CERN, Switzerland.
BelleII - the Belle II experiment at KEK, Japan.
CMS - the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment at CERN, Switzerland.
KM3NeT - the Kilometre Cube Neutrino Telescope, an Astroparticle Physics European research infrastructure located in the Mediterranean Sea.
LHCb - the LHCb (Large Hadron Collider beauty) experiment at CERN, Switzerland.
IRIS-HEP - the Institute for Research and Innovation in Software for High Energy Physics. IRIS-HEP both uses and contributes to Scikit-HEP: several colleagues are the principal developers of, or contributors to, several core project packages. Read on funding →
flavio - flavour physics phenomenology in the Standard Model and beyond.
Coffea - a prototype Analysis System incorporating Scikit-HEP packages to provide a lightweight, scalable, portable, and user-friendly interface for columnar analysis of HEP data. Some of the sub-packages of Coffea may become Scikit-HEP packages as development continues.
The zfit project - it provides a model fitting library based on TensorFlow and optimised for simple and direct manipulation of probability density functions.