Portfolio

Open University Chemistry Websites

The Open University’s legacy websites needed an upgrade. Our ‘solution’ (that’s a chemistry pun!) was to replace the old JMol implementation with modern Javascript, to make it compatible with current browsers. We added a few additional upgrades to the sites…

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Musicology

We assisted professor Roni Granot, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, by developing software for conducting several lab-based musicology experiments. All experiments are implemented in C# and WPF.

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Rationality Experiments

How do people make decisions? That’s the main questions studied by Judith Avrahami, and Yaakov Kareev, both of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. They made a great decision when they asked The Research Software Company to help them maintain a website of…

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Early 1900’s Hebrew Corpus

Working with Aynat Rubinstein, of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, we organized a corpus of early 1900’s texts and integrated them with research tools. The corpus consists of plain text files as well as TEI documents. Organization involved transforming the…

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The YAP Parser Installer

There are many natural language parsers available, but we still think this one, created by Dr. Reut Tsarfaty of the Weizmann Institute, stands out.  It’s called YAP, as in Yet Another Parser. We created the installer for it, so it…

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The Jerusalem Prosopography Project

Maintained and updated the database and website for large scale project on ancient Mongol migration. The system is implemented with Java/Spring in the backend and Backbone in the frontend. We are also adding a Neo4J database for network analysis. Researcher: Michal…

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Monitoring Political Discourse

In recent years, researchers and decision-makers have become increasingly interested in studying international discourse. New technologies for automated and human analysis including tools for searching through massive amounts of texts to curate relevant data, have made this research possible. To…

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The Nanshe Database

The Buxboim lab at Hebrew University in Jerusalem is trying to improve IVF success rates, by predicting which pre-implantation embryos have the best chance of leading to a successful pregnancy. As part of their research, lead researcher Amnon Buxboim asked…

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MAPS to Python

MAPS is an open-source, header-only C++ CUDA template library for automatic multi-GPU programming and optimization of GPU kernels. The framework leverages memory access patterns to provide near-optimal performance on various architectures. The Research Software Company working with Tal Ben Nun,…

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D+

Using solution X-ray scattering, optical, and electron microscopy, Uri Raviv’s lab investigates the structures and intermolecular forces between supramolecular self-assembled biomoleculesD+ is a suite of tools used to measure and analyze X-ray scattering patterns of supramolecular structures. The Research Software…

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