Supercomputing and Computation


Computational Physics

Study and implementation of numerical  algorithmns to solve problems in physics for which a quantitative theory already exists.

Related Projects

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Center for Accelerating Material Modeling
— Seed project is a collaboration between the Neutron Sciences Directorate, Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate, and Physical Sciences Directorate. PI is Dr. Mark Hagen and Co-PI is Galen Shipman. Provide a toolkit to integrate materials modeling and simulation with the analysis of experimental data taken at the Spallation Neutron Source.

Facility Vulnerability Using the Visual Interactive Site Analysis Code (VISAC)
— Nuclear, chemical, and other industrial facilities are a large and vital part of the US infrastructure. These facilities not only represent a large financial investment but also can pose a serious risk should they become targets for a terrorist attack. Releases following such an incident can adversely affect the public health and contaminate large areas. It has become clear that these high-value, fixed assets rank near the top among possible targets that must be safeguarded from terrorists.


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