Hermes (disambiguation)

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Hermes is the divine messenger of the Olympian gods in Greek mythology.

Hermes can also refer to:


Science and technology[edit]




  • HERMES-A/MINOTAUR, also known as Project HERMES, the first internet-to-orbit gateway
  • Hermes (BBS), a Macintosh-based bulletin board system that was similar to MS-DOS-based WWIV
  • Hermes (programming language), a distributed programming language developed at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center from 1986 through 1992
  • Hermes Project, a C++/Python library comprising algorithms for rapid prototyping of adaptive higher-order modular finite element system solvers
  • Hopkins Electronic Resources ManagEment System, an electronic resource management system at Johns Hopkins University
  • Hermes, a converter for mass spectrometry data formats
  • Hermes, codename of the ORiNOCO family of wireless networking technology by Proxim Wireless


  • Hermes protocol, a machine-to-machine communication standard used in the SMT assembly industry






Fictional characters[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Hermes, Oise, a commune in the Oise département of northern France
  • Hermes (publication), an annual literary journal at the University of Sydney
  • Hermes (sculpture), a sculpture by an unknown artist in the Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

See also[edit]

  • HERMES method, a general project management method developed by the Swiss government