JCreme is an automated interface to the CREME96 modeling web application. It allows the user to send multiple requests to the CREME96 website and retrieve the results. CREME stands for “Cosmic Ray Effects on Micro Electronics.”
JCreme is written in 100% Java and currently released under the GPL. It was developed at BYU in the Configurable Computing Lab.
This website is maintained by James Carroll, a former graduate student in the CCL lab.