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September 10, 2012 - new cornelius hydro freezeout packages for fluid->particle conversion over 1D, 2D, and 3D hypersurfaces. Versions 1.3 and 1.4 with three different Fortran and C++ routines, courtesy of Pasi Huovinen & Hannu Holopainen.

August 24, 2011 - uploaded patched AZHYDRO version 0.2p2 by Molnar and Huovinen. Also includes EOS parameterization s95p version 1 by Huovinen and Petreczky.

Fall 2010 - converted site to MediaWiki format.

October 2, 2008 - AMPT version 1.21-2.21 has arrived - courtesy of Zi-Wei Lin. One new feature is an option to print out the initial list of partons that enter parton cascade stage.

June 11, 2008 - Patched AZHYDRO version 0.2p posted (fixes equation of state selection) - by Pasi Huovinen

June 11, 2008 - Moved site to Purdue The Columbia Nuclear Theory Group promised to host a mirror.

June 10, 2008 - 3+1D classical Yang-Mills solver in expanding geometry CGC version 0.0beta arrived - thanks again to Paul Romatschke.

June 10, 2008 - 2+1D Israel-Stewart hydrodynamics code in 2+1D (with longitudinal boost invariance) UVH2+1 version 0.0beta posted - thanks go to Paul Romatschke.

June 10, 2008 - 3+1D ideal hydrodynamic solutions for Au+Au at 200 GeV/nucleon (RHIC) with interpolator program PAREVO version 2.2 added - courtesy of Tetsufumi Hirano and Yasushi Nara.

April 28, 2008 - Most recent JAM version 1.13 posted - thanks go to Yasushi Nara.

August 28, 2006 - The AZHYDRO (2+1D ideal hydrodynamics) code is updated with version 0.2 - thanks go to Evan Frodermann.

December 8, 2004 - Version 2.0 of the HSD (Hadron-String Dynamics) code by Wolfgang Cassing, Wolfgang Ehehalt, Jochen Geiss, Sascha Juchem, and Elena Bratkovskaya, has arrived to the archive.

November 15, 2004 - The first relativistic 2+1D hydrodynamic code, AZHYDRO version 0.0, has been added to the archive - thanks to Peter Kolb.

April 6, 2004 - AMPT (A Multi-Phase Transport) default version 1.11, string melting version 2.11 by Che-Ming Ko, Bao-An Li, Zi-Wei Lin, Subrata Pal, and Bin Zhang has been added to the OSCAR archive.

May 2000 - Moved homepage from Yang's machine ( to New site is maintained by Denes Molnar.

October 3, 1999 - The first relativistic hydrodynamical code - bj_hydro - has been contributed by Adrian Dumitru and Dirk H. Rischke.

September 9, 1999 - The next workshop, OSCAR III, is going to take place at Nantes, France from June 5 to June 16, 2000. It is being organized by Klaus Werner.

August 5, 1999 - OSCAR archive created.

July 30, 1999 - OSCAR home page at updated.

July 15, 1999 - The RIKEN BNL Research Center workshop, OSCAR II: predictions for RHIC, held at Brookhaven National Lab from July 8 to 15, 1999. Over thirty registered participants discussed the progresses made in modeling relativistic heavy ion collisions since OSCAR was first established in 1997. Several subgroups are formed for both physical and technical issues related to codes and models. The highlight of this workshop is the predictions made by all the models for RHIC.

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