Find in this section a brief description of some codes that I wrote:
Py-SPHViewer is a Framework for Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics in Python. Since I didn’t find any code to make nice rendered scenes on Python, I decided to start this project by myself.
In the current version, this little code can make wonderful pictures of N-body Simulations including gas particles. I am using it to make cool movies of the formation and evolution of galaxies in numerical simulations, but in principle, the code may be useful for any kind of plots where a smoothing process is needed (see example here).
If you want to use it, just go to the git repository at:
Some examples of how Py-SPHViewer works are the following ones:
Fisa is a code that I developed and it is currently used at Observatorio Astronomico de Cordoba. It was the main result of the research I carried out in order to obtain my degree in astronomy. It permits fast and reasonable age and reddening determination of small angular diameter open clusters. If you are interested in using FISA, use the following link to download it: Download.
For further information please visit the official webpage of FISA at