Title: UNEDF: Advanced Scientific Computing Transforms the Low-Energy Nuclear Many-Body Problem
Authors: Mario Stoitsov, Hai Ah Nam, Witold Nazarewicz, Aurel Bulgac, Gaute Hagen, Markus Kortelainen, Junchen Pei, Kenneth J. Roche, Nicolas Schunck, Ian Thompson, James Vary, Stefan Wild
Abstract: The UNEDF SciDAC collaboration of nuclear theorists, applied mathematicians, and computer scientists is developing a comprehensive description of nuclei and their reactions that delivers maximum predictive power with quantified uncertainties. This paper illustrates significant milestones accomplished by UNEDF through integration of the theoretical approaches, advanced numerical algorithms, and leadership class computational resources.
Keywords: SciDAC
Thanks: The UNEDF SciDAC Collaboration is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) under grant No. DOE-FC02-09ER41583. This work was also supported by DOE Contract Nos. DE-FG02-96ER40963 (University of Tennessee) and DE-AC02-06CH11357 (Argonne).
Status: Appears in SciDAC Proceedings
Link: SciDAC Proceedings PDF, arXiv
BibTeX:
@inproceedings{StoitsovSciDAC11,
  author   = "M. Stoitsov, H. Nam, W. Nazarewicz, A. Bulgac, G. Hagen, M. Kortelainen, 
	      J.C. Pei, K.J. Roche, N. Schunck, I. Thompson, J.P. Vary, S. Wild",
  title    = "UNEDF: Advanced Scientific Computing Transforms the 
              Low-Energy Nuclear Many-Body Problem",
  booktitle   = "Proceedings of the SciDAC Conference",
  month       = "July",
  year        = "2011",
  location    = "Denver, CO, USA",
  notes       = "Available online at http://press.mcs.anl.gov/scidac2011/scidac-2011-papers"
}
	
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