A general overview

Zeo++ is a open source software for performing high-throughput geometry-based analysis of porous materials and their voids. The main code provides capabilities to calculate the following:

Free and included spheres - definition

The structure of the code makes it particularly well-suited to many problems in physics and materials science, where Voronoi cells can be a useful method of analyzing particle packings.


Zeo++ is written and maintained by researchers of the Computational Research Division of the Lawrence Berkeley National laboratory: Maciej Haranczyk, Chris H. Rycroft, Thomas F. Willems (now at MIT) and Richard L. Martin. Some functionality was developed by interns: Marielle Pinheiro and Christopher Oustrouchov. Many functions of Zeo++ were developed after suggestions from our collaborators: Berend Smit and his group (misc), Andrew J. Jones and Enrique Iglesia (stochastic rays), Daniel Holden and Kim Jelfs (grid-based analysis and improved outputs), and Michael Deem ("per channel analysis").