The Open Source Programs Office (OSPO) is excited to share our Open Source Project Catalog! The catalog is a continuously growing collection of open source software projects developed, contributed to, or used by faculty, staff, and students on campus. We encourage you to explore the projects, learn about their applications, and potentially collaborate with the developers.

Have your own open source project you’d like to share? Contribute your project information via the form below, and help us showcase interesting and innovative open source work at Hopkins! To submit more than one project, just refresh this page after each submission.

JHU OSPO Open Source Project Catalog Submission

Help the OSPO build a catalog of open source software and hardware on campus by submitting information about your project via this form. Questions? Email the OSPO -

Add your project logo here, if available.
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Please write a brief description of your project.
How can interested users or contributors get in touch with you? You can put a contact name here, suggest that users file a GitHub issue, or point them to the project website. The contents of this field will be shared publicly on the OSPO website.
Please add the name and email address of the main contact for this project. This information will only be viewable by OSPO staff.
Please enter the name of your department, division, research center, or other administrative unit here. For example, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Krieger School of Arts and Sciences or DS-AI, Whiting School of Engineering.
Please enter the URL for your project's website or publicly available code repository.
Please enter the URL for your project's website or publicly available code repository.
Project Role
What is the role of Hopkins faculty, staff, or students on this project? Please select all that apply.
Project Status
What lifecycle stage is the project in?
What is the primary open source license for the project? If your license is not on this list, please reach out to the OSPO (
Feel free to add any additional notes about your project here. These notes will appear on your project's detail page.