OpenKIM (Knowledgebase of Interatomic Models) is a large scale material science community effort to standardize the use of interatomic potentials and other models. It is a programming API, database of tests and models, a computational pipeline for testing the models, and a web frontend to explore the system.
During my time at Cornell, I was involved in developing the pipeline to compute arbitrary molecular dynamics simulations using the models that have been submitted to KIM. Rather than repeat old information, I'll just let it speak for itself. A description of the pipeline and its resources can be found here, while a look into the pipeline activity can be found