Alessandro Candido (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare)
We present EKO and yadism, a new DGLAP evolution and DIS code respectively, able to provide PDF independent operators, for fast predictions evaluation.
They both support a wide range of physics and computational features, with a Python API to access the individual ingredients (e.g. strong coupling evolution), and file based output for a language agnostic consumption of the results. They are both interfaced with a third grid storage library, PineAPPL.
Both projects have been developed as open, modular, and extensible frameworks, encouraging community contributions and inspection.
A first application of the evolution code will be presented, unveiling the intrinsic charm content of the proton.
Alessandro Candido (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare) Felix Anton Hekhorn (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare) Mr Giacomo Magni (Nikhef, VU Amsterdam)