David Jarvis Dean

David Jarvis Dean

Physics Division Director

Bio

David Dean has been the Physics Division Director at Oak Ridge National Laboratory since 2011. He also leads ORNL’s Isotope Program which produces and performs R&D on isotope relevant to medicine, industry, and national security. He received his B.Sc. Degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 1985, and the Ph.D. degree from Vanderbilt University in 1991. After a post-doctoral fellowship at the California Institute of Technology, he came to ORNL as a Wigner Fellow in 1995. Dr. Dean has made numerous fundamental contributions to nuclear many-body theory, including developments of quantum Monte Carlo methods for the investigations of thermal properties of finite nuclei and their interactions in stellar environments, and coupled-cluster theory developments applied to very neutron rich medium mass-nuclei. Most recently, he has been leading a quantum computing initiative at ORNL. Dr. Dean is the chair of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) Scientific Advisory Committee, and a member of the Jefferson Laboratory Program Advisory Committee. He is also the Vice Chair of the Division of Nuclear Physics of the APS. Dr. Dean served as Senior Advisor to the Under Secretary for Science at the Department of Energy (2009-2011). In this role, Dr. Dean advised the Under Secretary on DOE’s role in climate treaty verification, exascale computing, and a variety of other areas where policy meets science. He also co-chaired an OSTP Fast Track Action Committee on computational modeling, Dr. Dean was also the director of ORNL’s Institutional Planning Office (2008-2011) where he worked with Laboratory leadership to develop long-term plans for ORNL.  Dr. Dean was a Division Associate Editor of PRL (2008-2014), and part of the 2007 and 2015 Nuclear Science Advisory Committee (NSAC) Long Range Plan Writing Groups. He was also a member of NSAC (2003-2007). Dr. Dean is a PECASE winner (1998), a Fellow of the APS (2004), and of the Institute of Physics (London) (2011). 

Publications

Articles Published in Journals

1.  Atomic Oxygen Simulation and Analysis, ACTA Astronautica 15, 887 (1987), R. K. Cole, R. G. Albridge, D. J. Dean, R. F. Haglund, C. L. Johnson, H. Pois, P. M. Savundararaj, N.J. Tolk, and J. Ye

2.  Velocity Dependence of Prompt, High-Energy Nucleon Emission, Phys. Rev. C 40, 1213 (1989), D. J. Dean, A. S. Umar, and M. R. Strayer

3.  Nuclear Hartree-Fock Calculations with Splines, Phys. Rev. C 44, 2512 (1991), A. S. Umar, M. R. Strayer, J.-S. Wu, D. J. Dean, and C. Guclu

4.  A Dynamical String-Parton Model for Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, Phys. Rev. C 45, 400 (1992), D. J. Dean, A. S. Umar, J.-S. Wu, and M. R. Strayer

5.  A Dynamical String-Parton Model for Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, Nucl. Phys. A 544, 475c (1992), A. S. Umar, D. J. Dean, J.S. Wu, and M. R. Strayer

6.  Multiparticle Production in Lepton-Nucleus Collisions and Relativistic String Models, Phys. Rev. C 46, 2066 (1992), D. J. Dean, M. Gyulassy, B. Mueller, E. A. Remler, M. R. Strayer, A. S. Umar, and J.-S. Wu

7.  Dynamical Calculation of Central Energy Density in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, Int. J. of Mod. Phys. E 2, 565 (1993), D. J. Dean, A. S. Umar, and M. R. Strayer

8.  The Dynamical Evolution of Hadronic Matter in Relativistic Collisions, Phys. Rev. C 48, 2433 (1993), D. J. Dean, A. S. Umar, and M. R. Strayer

9.  Spline Techniques for Solving Relativistic Conservation Equations, Int. J. of Mod. Phys. C 4, 723 (1993), D. J. Dean, C. Bottcher, and M. R. Strayer

10. Pi-K Correlations in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, Phys. Lett. B 305, 5 (1993), D. J. Dean and S. E. Koonin

11. Parallel Implementation of 3+1-Dimensiona Relativistic Hydrodynamics, Int. J. Mod. Phys. C 4, 1023 (1993), D. J. Dean, C. Bottcher, M. R. Strayer, and J. C. Wells

12. Shell Model Monte Carlo Calculations in 170Dy, Phys. Lett. B 317, 275 (1993), D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, G. H. Lang, B. P. Radha, and W. E. Ormand

13. Demonstration of the Auxiliary-Field Monte Carlo Approach for s-d Shell Nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 49, 1422 (1994), W. E. Ormand, D. J. Dean, C. W. Johnson, G. H. Lang, and S. E. Koonin

14. A Comparison of Flux Correcting and Spline Algorithms for Solving 3+1-Dimensional Relativistic Hydrodynamics, Phys. Rev. E 49, 1726 (1994), D. J. Dean, C. Bottcher, M. R. Strayer, J. C. Wells, A. von Keitz, Y. Pursun, D. H. Rischke, and J. A. Maruhn

15. Practical Solution to the Monte Carlo Sign Problem: Realistic Calculations of 54Fe, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 613 (1994), Y. Alhassid, D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, G. Lang, and W. E. Ormand

16. Complete 0hw Calculations of Gamow-Teller Strengths for A~56, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 4066 (1994), D. J. Dean, B. P. Radha, K. Langanke, S.  E. Koonin, Y. Alhassid, and W. E. Ormand

17. The Monte Carlo Shell Model, Physikalische Blatter 50, 341 (1994), S. E. Koonin, K. Langanke, and D. J. Dean

18. Thermal Properties of 54Fe, Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 2909 (1995), D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, K. Langanke, P. B. Radha, and Y. Alhassid

19. Shell-Model Studies of f-p Shell Nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 52, 718 (1995), K. Langanke, D. J. Dean, P. B. Radha, Y. Alhassid, and S. E. Koonin

20. Temperature Dependence of the Nuclear Symmetry Energy, Phys. Lett. B 356, 429 (1995), D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, K. Langanke, and P. B. Radha

21. Complete 0hw Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations of 96Pd, 94Ru, 96,98Cd, and 100Sn, Phys. Lett. B 367, 17 (1996), D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, T.T.S. Kuo, K. Langanke, and P. B. Radha

22. SMMC Method for Two-Neutrino Double Beta Decay Matrix Elements, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 2642 (1996), P. B. Radha, D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, T.T.S. Kuo, K. Langanke, A. Poves, and P. Vogel

23. Temperature Dependence of Pair Correlations in Nuclei in the Iron Region, Nucl. Phys. A 602, 244 (1996), K. Langanke, D. J. Dean, P. B. Radha, and S. E. Koonin

24. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Gamma Soft Nuclei, Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 1444 (1996), Y. Alhassid, G. Bertsch, D. J. Dean, and S. E. Koonin

25. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Methods, Phys. Repts. 278, 2 (1997), S. E. Koonin, D. J. Dean, and K. Langanke

26. Pairing Correlations in N~Z p-f Shell Nuclei, Nucl. Phys. A 613, 253 (1997), K. Langanke, D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, and P. B. Radha

27. Rotational and Pairing Properties of 74Rb, Phys. Lett. B 399, 1 (1997), D. J. Dean, S. E. Koonin, K. Langanke, and P. B. Radha

28. Spin-Dependent Neutralino-Nucleus Scattering for A~127 Nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 56, 535 (1997), M. T. Ressell and D. J. Dean

29. Origin of the Wigner Energy, Phys. Lett. B 407, 103 (1997), W. Satula, D. J. Dean, J. Gary, S. Mizutori, and W. Nazarewicz

30. Results from Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies, Ann. Rev. Nucl. Part. Sci. 47, 463 (1997), S. E. Koonin, D. J. Dean, and K. Langanke

31. Gamow-Teller Strength Distributions in f-p Shell Nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 56, 3079 (1997), P. B. Radha, D. J. Dean, S.E. Koonin, K. Langanke, and P. Vogel

32. Orderly Spectra from Random Interactions, Phys. Rev. Lett. 80, 2749 (1998), C. W. Johnson, G. F. Bertsch, and D. J. Dean

33. Particle Identification in the Dynamical String-Parton Model of Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, Int. J. Mod. Phys. E. 8, 299 (1999), D. E. Malov, A. S. Umar, D. J. Ernst, and D. J. Dean

34. Electron Capture on Iron-Group Nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 58, 536 (1998), D. J. Dean, K. Langanke, L. Chatterjee, P. B. Radha, and M. R. Strayer

35. Hadrons as a Distribution of Classical Strings, Phys. Rev. C 59, 2289 (1999), D. E. Malov, A. S. Umar, D. J. Ernst, and D. J. Dean

36. Rotational Bands in the Doubly Magic Nucleus 56Ni, Phys. Rev. Letters 82, 3763 (1999), D. Rudolph, C. Baktash, M. J. Brinkman, E. Caurier, D. J. Dean, M. Devlin, J. Dobaczewski, P.-H. Heenen, H.-Q. Jin, D. R. LaFosse, W. Nazarewicz, F. Nowacki, A. Poves, L. L. Riedinger, D. G. Sarantites, W. Satula, and C.-H. Yu

37. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Neutron-Rich Nuclei in the 1s-0d-1p-0f Shells, Phys. Rev. C 59, 2474 (1999), D. J. Dean, M. T. Ressell, M. Hjorth-Jensen, S. E. Koonin, K. Langanke, and A. Zuker

38. Competition of Electron Capture and Beta-Decay Rates in Supernova Collapse, ApJS 126, 493 (2000), G. Martinez-Pinedo, K. Langanke, and D. J. Dean

39. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Investigation of Rare-Earth Nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 61, 034303 (2000), J. A. White, S. E. Koonin, and D. J. Dean

40. Calculation of Exciton Densities in SMMC, Phys. Rev. C 60, 054306 (1999), D. J. Dean and S. E. Koonin

41. B-B Inter-Meson Potentials in the Quark Model, Phys. Rev. C 60, 045202 (1999), T. Barnes, N. Black, D. J. Dean, and E. S. Swanson

42. Shape Coexistence and the Effective Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction, Phys. Rev. C 60, 014316 (1999), P.-G. Reinhard, D. J. Dean, W. Nazarewicz, J. Dobaczewski, J. A. Maruhn, and M. R. Strayer

43. Generalized Seniority from Random Hamiltonians, Phys. Rev. C 61, 014311 (2000), C. W. Johnson, G. F. Bertsch, D. J. Dean, and I. Talmi

44. The Role of Electron Captures in Chandrasekhar Mass Models for Type Ia Supernovae, ApJ. 536, 934 (2000), F. Brachwitz, D. J. Dean, W. R. Hix, K. Iwamoto, N. Kishimoto, K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, K. Nomoto, M. R. Strayer, and F.-K. Thielemann

45. Sum Rules Regarding the Sign Problem in Monte Carlo Shell-Model Calculations, Phys. Rev. C 61, 044327 (2000), C. W. Johnson and D. J. Dean

46. Quantum Dots in Magnetic Fields:  Thermal Response of broken symmetry phases, Phys. Rev. B 64, 125305 (2001), D. J. Dean, M. R. Strayer, and J. C. Wells

47. Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions in the Dynamical String-Parton Model, Phys. Rev. C 63, 024902 (2001), D. E. Malov, D. J. Ernst, A. S. Umar, and D. J. Dean

48. Effect of Nuclear Structure on Type Ia Supernova Nucleosynthesis, Nucl. Phys. A 688, 189c (2001), D. J. Dean

49. Unblocking of the Gamow-Teller Strength in Stellar Electron Capture on Neutron-Rich Germanium Isotopes, Phys. Rev. C 63, 032801(R) (2001), K. Langanke, E. Kolbe, and D. J. Dean

50. Pairing correlations and transitions in nuclear systems, Nucl. Phys. A731, 381 (2004), A. Belic, D. J. Dean, and M. Hjorth-Jensen

51. On Phases in Weakly Interacting Finite Bose Systems, Phys. Rev. A 65, 043603 (2002), D. J. Dean and T. Papenbrock

52. 100Sn Core Excitations in 102In, Phys. Rev. C 65, 021302(R) (2002), M. Lipoglavsek, C. Baktash, M. P. Carpenter, D. J. Dean, T. Engeland, C. Fahlander, M. Hjorth-Jensen, R.V.F. Janssens, A. Likar, J. Nyberg, E. Osnes,S. D. Paul, A. Piechaczek, D. C. Radford, D. D. Seweryniak, D. G. Sarantites, M. Vencelj, and C.-H. Yu

53. Neutral-Current Neutrino Reactions in the Supernova Environment, Phys. Lett. B 529, 19 (2002), J. M. Sampaio, K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, D. J. Dean

54. Temperature Dependence of the Symmetry Energy, Phys. Rev. C 66, 045802 (2002), D. J. Dean, K. Langanke, and J. M. Sampaio

55. Excited States of the Proton Emitter 105Sb, Phys. Rev. C 65, 051307 (2002), M. Lipoglavsek, C. Baktash, M. P. Carpenter, D. J. Dean, T. Engeland, C. Fahlander, M. Hjorth-Jensen, R.V F. Janssens, A. Likar, J. Nyberg, E. Osnes, S. D. Paul, A. Piechaczek, D. C. Radford, D. Rudolph, D. Seweryniak, D. G. Sarantites, M. Vencelj, and C. H. Yu

56. Pairing in Nuclear Systems:  From Neutron Stars to Finite Nuclei, Rev. Mod. Phys. 75, 607 (2003), D. J. Dean and M. Hjorth-Jensen

57. First Observation of Te109b+ and Electron Capture Decay to Levels of Sb109, Phys. Rev. C 66, 024308 (2002), J. J. Ressler, W. B. Walters, C. N. Davids, D. J. Dean, A. Heinz, M. Hjorth-Jensen, D. Seweryniak, and J. Sergur

58. Breakup of the Doubly Magic 100Sn Core, Phys. Rev. C 66, 011302(R) (2002), M. Lipoglavek, C. Baktash, J. Blomqvist, M. P. Carpenter, D. J. Dean, T. Engeland, C. Fahlander, M. Hjorth-Jensen, R.V.F. Janssens, A. Likar, J. Nyberg, E. Osnes, S. D. Paul, A. Piechaczek, D. C. Radford, D. Rudolph, D. Seweryniak, D. G. Sarantites, M. Vencelj, and C.-H. Yu

59. Free Energy and Criticality in the Nucleon Pair-Breaking Process, Phys. Rev. C 68, 34311 (2003), M. Gottormsen, R. Chankova, M. Hjorth-Jensen, J. Rekstad, S. Siem, A. Schiller, and D. J. Dean

60. How Magic is the Magic Ni68 Nucleus?, Phys. Rev. C 67, 044314 (2003), K. Langanke, J. Terasaki, F. Nowacki, D. J. Dean, and W. Nazarewicz

61. Phases:  From Nuclei to Quantum Dots, Nucl. Phys. A 704, 264 (2002), D. J. Dean

62. DMRG study of critical behavior of the spin-1/2 alternating Heisenberg chain, Phys. Rev. B 68, 024416 (2003), T. Papenbrock, T. Barnes, D.J. Dean, M.V. Stoitsov, and M.R. Strayer

63. Factorization of shell-model ground states, Phys. Rev. C 67, 051303 (2003), T. Papenbrock and D.J. Dean

64. Computational chemistry for molecular electronics, Comp. Mat. Sc. 28, 321 (2003), P.S. Krstic, D.J. Dean, X.-G. Zhang, D. Keffer, Y.S. Leng, P.T. Cummings, and J.C. Wells

65. Electron-capture rates on nuclei and implications for stellar core collapse, Phys. Rev. Lett. 90, 241102 (2003), K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, J.M. Sampaio, D.J. Dean, W.R. Hix, O.E.B. Messer, A. Mezzacappa, M. Liebendorfer, H.-Th. Janke, and M. Rampp

66. NWChem for materials science, Comp. Mat. Sc. 28, 209 (2003), E. Apra, D.J. Dean, A. Fortunelli, F. Gao, P.S. Krstic, J. C. Wells, and T. L. Windus

67. Interaction between benzenedithiolate and gold: classical force field for chemical bonding, J. Chem. Phys.,122, 244721 (2005), Y. Leng, P.S. Krstic, J.C. Wells, P.T. Cummings, and D.J. Dean (as David J. Dean).

68. Consequences of nuclear electron capture in core collapse supernovae, Phys. Rev. Lett. 91, 201102 (2003), W.R. Hix, O.E.B. Messer, A. Mezacappa, M. Liebendorfer, J. Sampaio, K. Langanke, D.J. Dean, and G. Martinez-Pinedo

69. Shell Model Monte Carlo studies of nuclei in the A=80 mass region, Nucl. Phys. A 728, 109 (2003), K. Langanke, D.J. Dean, and W. Nazarewicz

70. Systematic study of deformed nuclei at the drip lines and beyond, Phys. Rev. C 68, 54312 (2003), M.V. Stoitsov, J. Dobaczewski, W. Nazarewicz, S. Pittel, and D.J. Dean

71. Solution of large scale nuclear structure problems by wave function factorization,  Phys. Rev. C 69, 24313 (2004), T. Papenbrock, A. Juodagalvis, D.J. Dean

72. Coupled-cluster approach to nuclear physics, Phys. Rev. C69, 054320 (2004), D.J. Dean and M. Hjorth-Jensen

73. Coupled-cluster calculations of ground and excited states of nuclei, Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 132501 (2004), K. Kowalski, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, T. Papenbrock, and P. Piecuch

74. Effective interactions and the nuclear shell model, Prog. Part. Nucl. Phys. 53, 419 (2004), D.J. Dean, T. Engeland, M. Hjorth-Jensen, M.P. Kartamyshev, and E. Osnes.

75. Neutral-current Neutrino-nucleus Cross-sections for A ~ 50-65 Nuclei, Nucl. Phys. A 747, 87 (2005),  A. Juodagalvis, K. Langanke,  G. Martinez-Pinedo, W. R. Hix, D. J. Dean, and J. M. Sampaio

76. Gamow-Teller GT+ distributions in nuclei with mass 90<=A<=97, Phys. Rev. C 72, 024306 (2005), A. Juodagalvis and D.J. Dean

77. Identification of low-spin states in Sb-111: Test of spin-orbit coupling in light nuclei, Phys. Rev. C 71, 064323 (2005), J. Shergur, D.J. Dean, A. Juodagalvis, D. Seweryniak, W.B. Walters, A. Wohr, B. Boutachkov, C.N. Davids, I. Dillmann, G. Mukherjee, S. Sinha, A. Teymaurazyan, and I. Zartova

78. Ab initio coupled-cluster study of 16O, Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 212501 (2005),  M. Wloch, D.J. Dean, J.R. Gour, M. Hjorth-Jensen, K. Kowalski, T.Papenbrock, and P. Piecuch

79. Thermal properties of N=40 isotopes, Nucl. Phys A 757, 360 (2005), K. Langanke, D.J. Dean, and W. Nazarewicz

80. Quadrupole deformation of the self-conjugate nucleus 72Kr, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 022502 (2005); and Erratum, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 189901 (2006), A. Gade, D. Bazin, A. Becerril, C.M. Cambell, J.M. Cook, D.J. Dean, D.-C. Dinca, T. Glasmacher, G.W. Hitt, M.E. Howard, W.F. Mueller, H. Olliver, J.R. Terry, and K. Yoneda

81. Coupled-cluster calculations for valence systems around 16O, Phys. Rev. C 74, 024310 (2006), J.R. Gour, P. Piecuch, M. Hjorth-Jensen, M. Wloch, and D.J. Dean

82. Shell model Monte Carlo method in the pn-formalism and applications to the Zr and Mo isotopes,  Phys. Rev. C 73, 014302 (2006), C. Ozen and D.J. Dean

83. High-spin intruder states in the fp-shell nuclei and isoscalar proton-neutron correlations, Phys. Rev. C 73, 061304 (2006), G. Stoitcheva, W. Satula, W. Nazarewicz, D.J. Dean, M. Zalewski, and H. Zdunczuk

84. Correlations and effective interactions in nuclear matter, Phys. Rev. C 74, 014303 (2006), P. Bozek, D.J. Dean, and H. Muther

85. Complex coupled-cluster approach to an ab initio description of open quantum systems, Phys. Lett. B 656, 169 (2007), G. Hagen, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, and T. Papenbrock

86. Single-neutron excitations in neutron rich 83Ge and 85Se, Phys. Rev. C 76, 44302 (2007),  J.S. Thomas, G. Arbanas, D.W. Bardayan, J.C. Blackmon, J.A.Cizewski, D.J. Dean, R.P. Fitzgerald, U. Greife, C.J. Gross, M.S. Johnson, K.L. Jones, R.L. Kozub, J.F. Liang, R.J. Livesay, Z. Ma, B.H. Moazen, C.D. Nesaraja, D. Shapira, M.S. Smith, and D.W. Visser

87. Parity-Projected Shell Model Monte Carlo Level Densities for fp-shell Nuclei, C. Ozen, K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, and D.J. Dean, Phys. Rev. C 75, 064307 (2007)

88. Coupled-cluster theory for three-body Hamiltonians,  Phys. Rev. C 76, 034302 (2007), G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, D.J. Dean, A. Schwenk, A. Nogga, M. Wloch, and P. Piecuch

89. Benchmark calculations for 3H, 4He, 16O and 40Ca with ab-initio coupled-cluster theory,  Phys. Rev. C 76, 044305 (2007), G. Hagen, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, T. Papenbrock, and A. Schwenk

90. Comment on “Ab Initio Study of 40Ca with an importance-truncated no-core shell model”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 119201 (2008), D.J. Dean, G. Hagen, M. Hjorth-Jensen, T. Papenbrock, and A. Schwenk

91. Shell-Model Monte Carlo studies of the BCS-BEC cross over in few fermion systems, Phys. Rev. A 80, 013613 (2009), N.T. Zinner, K. Molmer, C. Ozen, K. Langanke, and D.J. Dean

92. Medium-mass nuclei from chiral nucleon-nucleon interactions,  Phys. Rev. Lett. 101, 092502 (2008),  G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, D.J. Dean, and M. Hjorth-Jensen

93. Computational aspects of nuclear coupled-cluster theory, Computational Science and      Discovery 1, 015008 (2008),  D.J. Dean, G. Hagen, M. Hjorth-Jensen, and T. Papenbrock

94. Pairing Reentrance Phenomenon in Heated Rotating Nuclei in the Shell Model Monte Carlo Approach,  Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 212504 (2010), D.J. Dean, K. Langanke, H. A. Nam, W. Nazarewicz

95. Solution of the center-of-mass problem in nuclear structure calculations, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 062503 (2009), G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, and D.J. Dean

96. Ab initio computation of neutron-rich oxygen isotopes, Phys. Rev. C 80, 021306 (2009),  G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, and V. Asokan

97. The implications of uncertain technological change for achieving America’s energy goals, , Energy Policy 38, 3866 (2010), D.L. Greene, M.R. Ally, P.R. Boudreau, D.J. Dean, W. Fulkerson, A.L. Gaddis, R.L. Graham, R.L. Graves, J.L. Hopson, P. Hughes, M.V. Lapsa, T.E. Mason, R.F. Standaert, T.J. Wilbanks, A. Zucker

98. New insights into the nuclear shell model, Am. J. Phys. 79, 5 (2011), D.J. Dean and J.H. Hamilton

99. Many-body interactions and nuclear structure, J. Phys. G 37, 064035 (2010), M. Hjorth-Jensen, D.J. Dean, S. Kvaal, and G. Hagen

100. Computation of spectroscopic factors with the coupled cluster method, Phys. Rev. C 82, 14310 (2010), Ø. Jensen, G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, and D.J. Dean

101. Ab Initio coupled-cluster approach to nuclear structure with modern nucleon-nucleon interactions, Phys. Rev. C 82, 034330 (2010),  G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, D.J. Dean, and M. Hjorth-Jensen

102. Origin of the anomalous long lifetime of 14C, Phys. Rev. Lett. 106, 202502 (2011), P. Maris, J.P. Vary, P. Navratil, W.E. Ormand, H. Nam, D. J. Dean

103. Coupled-cluster computations in atomic nuclei, Repts. Prog. Phy. 77, 096302 (2014) G. Hagen, T. Papenbrock, M. Hjorth-Jensen, D.J. Dean

104. Nuclear theory and science of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, Mod. Phys. Lett. A 29, 1430010 (2014), A. B. Balantekin, J. Carlson, D.J. Dean, G.M. Fuller R.J. Furnstahl, R.V.F. Janssens, Bao-An Li, W. Nazarewicz, F.M. Nunes, W.E. Ormand, S. Reddy, B.M. Sherrill

Popular Articles/Advisory Reports

1.  Monte Carlo Shell-Model Methods, D.J. Dean and S.E. Koonin, Newsletter of the Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium, vol.13, no.5, 1 (1994)

2.  Monte Carlo Shell-Model Applications to Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics, D. J. Dean, K. Langanke, P. B. Radha, and S. E. Koonin, Newsletter of the Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium, vol.13 no.8, 1 (1995)

3.  ORNL Theorists and the Nuclear Shell Model, ORNL Review, 34 (2001)

4.  Designing Electronic Devices Using Supercomputers, ORNL Review, 35 (2002)

5.  DOE Greenbook:  Needs and Directions in High-Performance Computing for the Office of Science:  A Report from the NERSC User Group, D. J. Dean, Greenbook HENP coordinator, April, 2002

6.  Opportunities in Nuclear Science: A Long-Range Plan for the Next Decade, major contributor to the section Nuclear Structure Theory (pp. 32-35) April 2002

7.  ORNL Physics Division: Laboratory Portrait, C. Baktash, J. Beene, V. Cianciolo, D. J. Dean (editor), C. Gross, G. Young, Nuclear Physics News International, vol. 12, no. 3, p. 4 (2002)

8. Joint Study on the future of neutrino physics (APS Neutrino Study), Neutrinoless double beta decay and direct searches for neutrino mass, report written by C. Aalseth, H. Back, L. Dauwe, D.J. Dean, G. Drexlin, Y. Efremenko, H. Ejiri, S. Elliott, J. Engel, B. Fujikawa, R. Henning, J. Hoffman, K. Lang, K. Lesko, T. Kishimoto, H. Miley, R. Norman, S. Pascoli, S. Petcov, A. Piepki, W. Rodejohann, D. Saltzberg, S. Sutton, P. Vogel, R. Warner, J. Wilkerson, and L. Wolfenstein (2004).

9. RIA Theory Bluebook: A Road Map, A report from the RIA Theory Group, September 2005(see http://fribusers.org/8_THEORY/3_DOCUMENTS/Blue_Book_FINAL.pdf).

10. Report on Petascale Computing Metrics, F. Ronald Bailey, G. Bell (Chair), J. Blondin, J. Connolly, D. Dean, P. Freeman, J. Hack (co-Chair), S. Pieper, D. Post, S. Wolff, (September, 2006) DOE ASCAC report.

11. Report from the workshop on Nuclear Physics and Related Computational Science R&D for Advanced Fuel Cycles, Group D breakout write-up, L. Schroeder and E. Lusk, editors (Sept, 2006).

12. Nuclear Astrophysics and Study of Nuclei Town Meeting White Paper, 2007,  A. Aprahamian, L. Cardman, A. Champagne, D.J. Dean, G. Fuller, R. Grzywacz, A. Hayes, R. Janssens, I-Yang Lee, E. Ormand, J. Piekarewicz, H. Schatz, M. Thoennessen,  R. Wiringa, S. Yennello

13. Report to NSAC of the Rare-Isotope Beam Task Force, E. Blackmore, R. Casten, D.J. Dean, E. Hartouni, C. Lyneis, B. Meyer, J. Nolen, T. Roser, B. Sherrill, J. Symons (chair), R. Tribble, and S. Yennello (July, 2007)

14. Beyond the Nuclear Shell Model, Physics Today, vol. 60, no. 11 (2007) (as David J. Dean)

15. Computing Atomic Nuclei: the Universal Nuclear Energy Density Functional,  G. Bertsch, D.J. Dean, and W. Nazarewicz, invited, SciDAC Review, December (2007)

16. The frontiers of nuclear science, (NSAC, Nuclear Science Long Range Plan, 2008)

17. JUSTIPEN – the Japan U.S. Theory Institute for Physics with Exotic Nuclei, Nuclear Physics News, v. 18, no. 4, pg. 21 (2009)

18. Simulation-based engineering and science for discovery and innovation, Fast Track Action Committee on Computational Modeling and simulation, Committee on Technology, National Science and Technology Council, Office of Science and Technology Policy, (2010) Clark Cooper, NSF, Co-Chair, David Dean, DOE, Co-Chair, Charles Romine, NIST, Co-Chair, Mary Bohman, USDA, Ronald Boisvert, NIST, Milton Corn, NIH, Eric DeWeaver, NSF, Fariba Fahroo, DOD, Barbara Helland, DOE, Thuc Hoang, DOE, Leland Jameson, NSF, Ruth Pachter, DOD, Jonathan Ransom, NASA, Lesa Roe, NASA, Michael Ryschkewitsch, NASA, Dennis Timlin, USDA, Charles Ward, DOD, James, Warren, NIST, Sharon Welch, NASA, Bruce Wielicki, NASA, Christopher Woodward, DOD

19. Why the U.S. Must Lead in Supercomputing, S.E. Koonin, San Francisco Chronicle, June 14, 2010 pg. A-10. (ghost co-author)

20. Commissioned an SC workshop and report on “Computational Materials Science and Chemistry for Innovation” (July, 2010). See http://science.energy.gov/~/media/bes/pdf/reports/files/cmsc_rpt.pdf  for full report.

21. The challenge of energy to science, Nuclear Physics News, Vol. 21, No. 3, pg. 3 (2011).

22. Discovering the New Standard Model: Fundamental Symmetries and Neutrinos, V. Cianciolo, A.B. Balantekin, A. Bernstein, V. Cirigliano, M.D. Cooper, D.J. Dean, S.R. Elliott, B.W. Filippone, S.J. Freedman, G.L. Greene, K.M. Heeger, D.W. Hertzog, B.R. Holstein, P. Huffman, T. Ito, K. Kumar, Z.-T. Lu, J.S. Nico, G.D. Orebi Gann, K. Paschke, A. Piepke, B. Plaster, D. Pocanic, A.W.P. Poon, D.C. Radford, M.J. Ramsey-Musolf, R.G.H. Robertson, G. Savard, K. Scholberg, Y. Semertzidis, J.F. Wilkerson, arxiv.org/ arXiv:1212.5190 (2012)

23. Coherent Scattering Investigations at the Spallation Neutron Source: a Snowmass White Paper, D. Akimov, A. Bernstein, P. Barbeau, P. Barton, A. Bolozdynya, B. Cabrera-Palmer, F. Cavanna, V. Cianciolo, J. Collar, R.J. Cooper, D.J. Dean, Y. Efremenko, A. Etenko, N. Fields, M. Foxe, E. Figueroa-Filiciano, N. Fomin, F. Gallmeier, I. Garishvili, M. Gerling, M. Green, G. Greene, A. Hatzikoutelis, R. Henning, R. Hix, D. Hogan, D. Hornback, I. Jovanovic, T. Hossbach, E. Iverson, S.R. Klein, A. Khromov, J. Link, W. Louis, W. Lu, C. Mauger, P. Marleau, D. Markoff, R.D. Martin, P. Mueller, J. Newby, J. Orrell, C. O’Shaughnessy, S. Pentilla, K. Patton, A.W. Poon, D. Reyna, H. Ray, K. Scholberg, V. Sosnovtsev, R. Tayloe, K. Vetter, C. Virtue, J. Wilkerson, J. Yoo, C.H. Yu. arXiv:1310.0125 (October 2013)

24. PROSPECT: A Precision Reactor Oscillation and Spectrum Experiment at Very Short Baselines (Snowmass White Paper), J. Ashenfelter, A.B. Balantekin, H. Band, A. Bernstein, E. Blucher, N.S. Bowden, C. Bryan, J.C. Cherwinka, T. Classen, D. Dean, M. J. Dolinski, Y. Efremenko, A. Galindo-Uribarri, A. Glenn, M. Green, S. Hans, K.M. Heeger, R. Henning, L. Hu, P. Huber, R. Johnson, C. Lane, T.J. Langford, J.G. Learned, B.R. Littlejohn, J. Maricic, B. McKeown, S. Morrell, H.P. Mumm, J.S. Nico, E. Romero, S.J. Thompson, W. Wang, B. White, R.E. Williams, T. Wise, M. Yeh, N. Zaitseva, arXiv:13097647 (September 2013)

25. Reaching for the Horizon, (NSAC, Nuclear Science Long Range Plan, 2015)

International Conferences and Workshops — with associated Proceedings

1.  A Dynamical Picture of Hadron-Hadron Collisions with the String-Parton Model, D. J. Dean, A. S. Umar, J.-S. Wu, and M. R. Strayer, Proceedings of the Conference on Computational Quantum Physics, ed. C. Bottcher, A.S. Umar, and M. R. Strayer, (AIP, New York, 1992, p. 159)

2.  A Dynamical String-Parton Model for Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, A. S. Umar, D. J. Dean, J.-S. Wu, and M. R. Strayer, Quark Matter 1991, Gatlinburg, TN, 1991, Nucl. Phys. A 544, 475c (1992).

3.  Numerical Methods for Three-Dimensional Relativistic Hydrodynamics, D. J. Dean, C. Bottcher, and M. R. Strayer, Proceedings of the Intel Supercomputer Users Group, 1992 Dallas, TX, 1992

4.  Spline Methods for Hydrodynamic Equations:  Parallel Implementation, A. S. Umar, D. J. Dean, C. Bottcher, and M. R. Strayer, Proceedings of the Sixth Siam Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, p. 26 (SIAM, Philadelphia, 1993)

5.  String-Parton Description of Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, A. S. Umar, D. J. Dean, and M. R. Strayer, Proceedings of Hot and Dense Nuclear Matter, (Plenum, NY, 1993)

6.  Monte-Carlo Methods for the Nuclear Shell Model, D. J. Dean, Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Computational Physics, Beijing, China, 1993, International Press, 1993 (edited by D.Y. Li et al), p. 99

7.  Monte Carlo Shell Model Calculations, D. J. Dean, invited talk, Spring Meeting of the American Physical Society, Washington, D.C., 1994http://flux.aps.org/meetings/YR9394/BAPSAPR94/q1.html

8.  The Spin-Dependent Neutralino-Nucleus Form Factor for 127I, M. T. Ressell and D. J. Dean, to be published in the Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Identification of Dark Matter, Sheffield, England (1996)

9.  Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei, D. J. Dean, XX Symposium on Nuclear Physics Oaxtepec, Mexico, 6-9 January, 1997, Rev. Mex. Fis. 43, 58-68 Suppl. 1 (1997)

10. Computational Nuclear Structure: Challenges, Rewards, and Prospects, D. J. Dean, Proceedings of XVII RCNP International Symposium on Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-Body Problems, Osaka, Japan, 10-15 November, 1997, H. Horiuchi ed., World Scientific, Singapore, (1998) p.76

11. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei Far from Beta Stability, D. J. Dean, International Conference on Fission and properties of Neutron-Rich Nuclei, Sanibel Island, Florida, 10-15 November 1997, World Scientific, Singapore, J. H. Hamilton, ed. (1998) p. 346

12. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei Far from Stability, D. J. Dean, Second International Conference on Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses 1998 (ENAM98), Shanty Creek, Michigan, 23-27 June 1998, AIP Conf. Proc. 455 (B.M. Sherrill et al, ed) (Am. Inst. of Phys., New York, 1998), p. 438

13. Recent Progress in Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei, D. J. Dean and J. A. White, Nuclear Structure '98, 10-15 August 1998, Gatlinburg, TN, AIP Conf. Proc. 481 (ed. by C. Baktash) p. 28 (1999)

14. Monte Carlo Studies in Nuclei, D. J. Dean, Predeal Summer School on Structure and Stability of Nucleons and Nuclei, Predeal, Romania, 24 August - 4 September, 1998, World Scientific, Singapore (A. A. Raduta, ed.) 1999, p. 54.

15. Correlated Magneto-Excitons in Semiconductor Quantum Dots at Finite Temperature, D. J. Dean, J. C. Wells, and M. R. Strayer, Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, 30 Nov - 2 Dec 1999, Boston MRS Symposium Proc. 579 (ed. by E. Shirly, et al.) p. 117 (2000)

16. Phases:  From Nuclei to Quantum Dots, D. J. Dean, RIKEN Symposium:  Shell Model 2000, Tokyo, Japan, 5-8 March 2000 (ref listed in refereed papers)

17. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations in Nuclei, D. J. Dean, in Condensed Matter Theories, Vol. 14, ed. by D. J. Ernst, L. E. Parakis, and A. S. Umar, (Nova Science Publishers, Huntington, NY, 2001) pp. 251-258

18. The Role of Nuclear Physics in the Evolution of Core Collapse Supernovae, D. J. Dean, Nuclei in the Cosmos 2000, Aarhus, Denmark (27 June - 1 July 2000) (ref listed in refereed papers)

19. Calculating Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions, D. J. Dean, Proceedings of Carolina Symposium on Neutrino Physics, Columbia, SC, 10-12 March 2000, ed. by J. Bachall et al. (World Scientific, Singapore) p. 258 (2001)

20. Some Features of Two-Body Random Ensembles, D. J. Dean, Nuclear Structure 2000 East Lansing, MI, 15-19 August 2000. (published in Nucl. Phys. A 682, 194c (2001).)

21. New results from three-dimensional TDHF, J. A. Maruhn, D.J. Dean, M.R. Strayer, and K.J. Roche, AIP Conf. Proc. 597, 218 (2001).

22. Many-Body Correlations in Nuclei and Quantum Dots, D. J. Dean, 7th International Spring Seminar on Nuclear Physics:  Challenges of Nuclear Structure, Maiori, Italy, 27-31 May 2001, A. Covello, ed. (World Scientific, Singapore) p. 551 (2002)

23. Thermal Phases in finite quantum systems, D.J. Dean, Proc. Of the 11th Int. Conf. on Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories, ed. by R.F. Bishop, T. Brandes, K.A. Gernoth, N.R. Walet, and Y. Xian, World Scientific (Singapore), pg. 142 (2002).

24. Some Aspects of Nuclear Pairing, D. J. Dean, NATO Advanced Research Workshop: The Nuclear Many-Body Problem 2001, Brijuni National Park, Pula, Croatia, 2-5 June 2001. NATO Science Series: II Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry, vol. 53, ed. W. Nazarewicz and D. Vretenar, (Kluwer, Dordrect) p. 359 (2002)

25. First Observation of Excitation Across the Sn100 Core, M. Lipoglavsek, C. Baktash, M. P. Carpenter, D. J. Dean, C. Fahlander, M. Hjorth-Jensen, R.V.F. Janssens, A. Likar, J. Nyberg, S. D. Paul, A. Piechaczek, D. C. Radford, D. Ruldoph, D. Seweryniak, D. G. Sarantites, M. Vencelj, C. H. Yu, Nucl. Phys. A 682, 399c (2001).

26. Electron capture rates for core collapse supernovae, Proceedings of Nuclei in the Cosmos XVII, Nucl. Phys. A718, 440c (2003), J.M. Sampaio, K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, E. Kolbe, D.J. Dean   

27. Neutrino-nucleus interactions in core-collapse supernovae, Proceedings of Nuclei in the Cosmos XVII, Nucl. Phys. A718, 452c (2003), G. Martinez-Pinedo, D.J. Dean, K. Langanke, and J. Sampaio.

28. Coupled-Cluster Theory, D. J. Dean and M. Hjorth-Jensen, Frontiers in Nuclear Structure 2002, Berkeley, CA, July, 2002. AIP Conf. Proc. 656, 197 (2003).

29. Coupled-cluster theory for nuclear science, D. J. Dean, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Fission and Properties of Neutron-Rich Nuclei, edited by J.H. Hamilton, A.V. Ramayya, and H.K. Carter, World Scientific (New Jersey), 2003, p. 101. Sanibel Island, FL, 4-9 November 2002,

30. Computational nuclear many-body problems: coupled-cluster theory, D.J. Dean, Proceedings of the Conference on Computational and Group Theoretical Methods in Nuclear Physics, Playa del Carmen, Mexico, 18-21 February 2003, in press, World Scientific (2003).

31. Intersections of nuclear physics and astrophysics: a theoretical perspective, D.J. Dean, Proceedings of the Conference on the Future of Astronuclear Physics, Brussels, Belgium, 23-24 August 2003, in press.

32. Coupled-cluster calculations for nuclei, D.J. Dean, Proceedings of Radioactive Nuclear Beams 6, Argonne, IL, 22-26 September 2003, in press

33. Factorization of low-lying shell-model states, T. Papenbrock and D.J. Dean, Proceedings of XXVI Symposium on Nuclear Physics, Taxco, Mexico, January 2003, (Revista Mexicana de Fisica).

34. Application of ground-state factorization to nuclear structure problems, T. Papenbrock and D.J. Dean, Proceedings of the Symposium on Computational and Group Theoretical Methods in Nuclear Physics, Playa del Carmen, Mexico, Feb. 18-21, 2003 (World Scientific).

35. Shifted-Contour Monte Carlo Method for Nuclear Physics, G. Stoitcheva and D.J. Dean, Proceedings of the Conference on Nuclear Physics Large and Small: Microscopic Studies of Collective Phenomena, 19-22 April 2004, Cocoyoc, Mexico. AIP Conf. Proc. 726, 63 (2004).

36. Coupled-cluster theory for nuclear structure, D.J. Dean, J, LIMITS’04, Argonne National Laboratory, 26-30 July, to be published (AIP, 2004).

37. Coupled-cluster calculations of ground and excited states of nuclei, P. Piecuch, D.J. Dean, J. Gour, M. Hjorth-Jensen, K. Kowalski, T. Papenbrock, and M. Wlock, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses (ENAM04), Pine Mountain, GA, 12-16 September 2004, Proceedings to be published in Euro. J. Phys. A.

38. Nuclear structure calculations with coupled-cluster methods from quantum chemistry, D.J. Dean, J.R. Gour, G. Hagen, M. Hjorth-Jensen, K. Kowalski, T. Papenbrock, P. Piecuch, and M. Wloch, International Nuclear Physics Conference, 2004, Gotenborg, Sweden, Nucl. Phys. A752, 299 (2005)

39. Coupled-cluster approaches to nuclei, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, K. Kowalski, T. Papenbrock, M. Wloch, and P. Piecuch, 8th International spring seminar on nuclear physics, Paestum, May 2004, Proceedings to be published by World Scientific

40. Density matrix renormalization group and wave function factorization for nuclei, T. Papenbrock and D.J. Dean, INT Workshop on Nuclear Forces and the Quantum Many-Body Problem, J. Phys. G 31, S1291 (2005)

41. Shell-model analysis of intruder states and high-K isomers in the fp-shell, G. Stoitcheva, W. Nazarewicz, and D.J. Dean, Proceedings of ENAM04, Euro. Phys. J. A Online First (2005).

42. Coupled-cluster theory for nuclei, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, K. Kowalski, P. Piecuch, and M. Wloch, to be published in the Proceedings of Condensed Matter Theories, vol. 20 (Nova Science Publishers) (2005)

43. Ab initio coupled-cluster calculations for nuclei using methods of quantum chemistry, M. Wloch, D.J. Dean, J.R. Gour, P. Piecuch, M. Hjorth-Jensen, T. Papenbrock, and K. Kowalski, Proceedings of ENAM04, Euro. Phys. J. A vol 25, supp. 1, S1.485 (2005) (www.edpsciences.org/articles/epja/abs/2005/11/contents/contents.html)

44. New level information on Z = 51 isotopes, 111Sb60 and 134, 135Sb83, 84 , J. Shergur, N. Hoteling, A. Wöhr, W. B. Walters, O. Arndt, B. A. Brown, C.N. Davids, D.J. Dean, K.-L. Kratz, B. Pfeiffer, D. Seweryniak and the ISOLDE Collaboration, Proceedings of ENAM04, Euro. Phys. J. A, vol. 25, supp. 1, S1.121 (2005), (www.edpsciences.org/articles/epja/abs/2005/11/contents/contents.html)

45. Neutrino-nucleus interactions in core collapse supernova, W.R. Hix, A. Mezzacappa, D.J. Dean, O.E.B. Messer, K. Langanke, A. Juodogalvis, G. Martinez-Pinedo, J. Sampaio, and M. Liebendorfer, Proceedings, workshop on Open issues in understanding core collapse supernova, Seattle, Washington, 22-24 June 2004, World Scientific 2005.

46. Nuclear electron capture in core-collapse supernovae, W.R. Hix, O.E.B. Messer, A. Mezzacappa, J. Sampaio, K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, M. Liebendoerfer, and D.J. Dean, Nucl. Phys. A758, 31 (2005).

47. Shell Model of nuclei for stellar collapse: current status, future prospects, G. Stoitcheva and D.J. Dean, Proceedings, workshop on open issues in understanding core collapse supernova, Seattle, Washington 22-24 June 2004, World Scientific 2005.

48. The Nuclear Structure and Low-Energy Reactions (NSLER) Collaboration, D.J. Dean, in press Journal of  Physics, Conference Series (2006). Invited Poster at the SciDAC 2006 Meeting, Denver, Colorado

49. Coupled-Cluster Theory for Nuclei, T. Papenbrock, D. J. Dean, J. R. Gour, G. Hagen, M. Hjorth-Jensen, P. Piecuch, M. Wloch, Proceedings, Quantum Many-Body Theory 13, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dec. 5-9, 2005, World Scientific, 2006

50. Coupled-cluster theory for nuclei, 3rd ANL/MSU/INT RIA Theory Workshop, Argonne, IL, 4-7 April, 2006, Proceedings in press (World Scientific),

51. RIB Measurements for Stellar Core Collapse, W. R. Hix, O.E.B. Messer, G. Martinez-Pinedo, K. Langanke, J. Sampaio, A. Mezzacappa, D. J. Dean, Proceedings, 3rd ANL/MSU/INT/JINA RIA Theory Workshop, Argonne, Ill., April 4-7, 2006, World Scientific 2006

52. Coupled-cluster calculations of the 3-5He isotopes with the Gamow-Hartree-Fock basis, G. Hagen, D.J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, and T. Papenbrock, Proceedings of Nuclei in the Cosmos IX (Proceedings of Science, SISSA), 25-30 June 2006, CERN, Geneva

53. Single neutron transfer experiments close to the r-process path, K.L Jones, A.S. Adekola, D.W. Bardayan, J.C. Blackmon, K.Y. Chae, K. Chipps, J.A. Cizewski, D.J. Dean, L. Erikson, R.P. Fitzgerald, A.L. Gaddis, U. Greife, C. Harlin, R. Hatarik, J.A. Howard, M.S. Johnson, R.L. Kozub, J.F. Liang, R.J. Livesay, Z. Ma, B.H. Moazen, P.D. O’Malley, C.D. Nesaraja, S.D. Pain, N.P. Patterson, S.V. Paulauskas, D. Shapira, J.F. Shriner, Jr. D.J. Sissom, M.S. Smith, T.P. Swan, and J.S. Thomas, to be published in Acta Phsica Polonica, Zakopane Conference on Nuclear Physics, 4-10 September 2006

54. Progress and challenges in the Theory of Nuclei, International Nuclear Physics Conference, Tokyo, Japan 3-8 June 2007; Nucl. Phys. A805, 145 (2008)

55. Coupled-cluster approach to an ab initio description of nuclei, D.J. Dean, G. Hagen, M. Hjorth-Jensen, and T. Papenbrock, International Conference on Recent Progress in Many-Body Theories, 16-20 July 2007, Barcelona, Spain, (proceedings to be published by World Scientific).

56. Statistical properties of Kawai-Kerman-McVoy T-matrix, G. Arbanas, C. Bertulani, D.J. Dean, and A.K. Kerman, Proceedings of the 2007 International Workshop on Compound-Nuclear Reactions and Related Topics, AIP Conference Proceedings 1005, 160 (2008).

57. Understanding nuclei: progress and challenges, D.J. Dean, Proceedings of the 2007 International Workshop on Compound-Nuclear Reactions and Related Topics, AIP Conference Proceedings 1005, 41 (2008).

58. Parity-projected shell model Monte Carlo level densities for medium-mass nuclei, C. Ozen, K. Langanke, G. Martinez-Pinedo, and D.J. Dean, to appear in AIP Proceedings for the conference on Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics: From Stable Beams to Exotic Nuclei,  Erciyes University, Cappadocia, Turkey, June 25-30, 2008

59. Computational Science and Innovation, D.J. Dean, Open Access Journal of Physics: Conference Series 312, 062001 (2011);  INPC 2010 Conference Proceedings

60. Nuclear physics in the coming decade, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 403, 012047 (2012) Procedings of conference on Horizons of Innovative Theories, Experiments, and Supercomputing in Nuclear Physics, 4-7 June 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana

61.  Actinide Isotopes for the synthesis of superheavy nuclei, J.B. Roberto, C.W. Alexander, R.A. Boll, D.J. Dean, J.G. Ezold, L.K. Felker, K.P. Rykaczewski, in Fission and Properties of Neutron-Rich Nuclei, World Scientific, Singapore, pg. 287 (2013)

62. Pairing reentrance phenomenon in heated rotating nuclei in the shell-model Monte Carlo approach, H. Nam and D.J. Dean, International Symposium on Exotic Nuclear Structure from Nucleons”, University of Tokyo, Japan, 10-12 October 2012, J. Phys. Conf. Series 445, 012029 (2013)

63. Extending the Kawai-Kerman-McVoy statistical theory of nuclear reactions to intermediate structure via doorways, G. Arbanas, C.  A. Bertulani, D.J. Dean, A. K. Kerman, and K.J. Roche, EPJ Web of Conferences, 21, 07002 (2012)

Talks only

1. Auxiliary-Field Monte Carlo Calculations in the Nuclear Shell Model, D. J. Dean, Hong Kong Workshop on Computational Physics, Hong Kong, 1993

2. The Monte Carlo Shell Model:  Realistic Interactions in Mid-f-p-Shell Nuclei, D. J. Dean, International Workshop on High Spins and Novel Deformations, ETC*, Trento, Italy, 1993

3. Various Topics on the Monte Carlo Shell Model, D. J. Dean, International Workshop on Monte Carlo Techniques in Nuclear Physics, ETC*, Trento, Italy, 1994

4. Monte Carlo Calculations in Nuclear Physics:  A Path Integral Approach to the Nuclear Shell Model, D. J. Dean, Workshop on New Methods in Electronic Structure Calculations, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Barbara, 1994

5. Nuclear Astrophysics from the Monte Carlo Shell Model, D. J. Dean, Summer Workshop on Nuclear Astrophysics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Summer 1994.

6. Monte Carlo Methods for the Nuclear Shell Model, D. J. Dean, VII Jorge Andre Swieka Summer School in Nuclear Physics, Campos do Jordao, Brazil, February, 1995

7. Exact Shell-Model Calculations, D. J. Dean, Nuclear Science Advisory Committee, Nuclear Theory Long Range Plan Town Meeting, Argonne, February, 1995

8. Applications of the Shell-Model Monte Carlo Method, D. J. Dean, International Workshop on Spin and Isospin Physics in Nuclei, ETC* Trento, Italy, April 1995

9. Shell-Model Monte Carlo for Nuclear Structure, D. J. Dean, International Conference on Computational Physics III, Chung-Li, Taiwan, 13-17 November 1995

10. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Thermal Properties in Nuclei, D. J. Dean, Workshop on Neutron-Induced Gamma Ray Physics at LANSCE/WNR, Los Alamos National Laboratory, 6-7 May 1996

11. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations of N=Z Nuclei and Pairing Near the Proton Drip Line, D. J. Dean, International Workshop on Structure of Nuclei Far from Beta Stability, ETC*, Trento, Italy, 20-31 May 1996

12. The Shell Model, lectures presented at the Summer School in Nuclear Physics, Seattle, Washington, 10-21 June 1996

13. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations Near N=Z, D. J. Dean, International Conference on Nuclear Structure at the Limits, Argonne, Illinois, 22-26 July 1996

14. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations of Exotic Nuclei, D. J. Dean, Gull Lake Conference on Nuclear Physics Near the Drip Lines, Gull Lake, Michigan, 21-24 August 1996

15. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Pairing in Nuclei, D. J. Dean, Second Workshop on Gammasphere at Atlas, 9-11 May 1997, Argonne, IL

16. Modern Theoretical Techniques for the Nuclear Many-Body Problem, D. J. Dean, International Workshop on the Nuclear Many-body problem, 26 May - 6 June, 1997, ECT*, Trento, Italy

17. Correlated Wave Functions in Nuclei Far from Stability, D. J. Dean, Workshop on the Science for an Advanced ISOL Facility, Columbus, Ohio, 30 July - 1 August, 1997

18. Computational Nuclear Structure:  Challenges, Rewards, and Prospects, D. J. Dean, International Symposium on New Spectroscopy and Nuclear Structure 1997,Copenhagen, Denmark, 16-20 September, 1997

19. Progress in Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies, D. J. Dean, ANL Nuclear Theory Institute, 3-7 August 1998, Argonne, Illinois

20. Monte Carlo Calculations in Medium-Mass Nuclei and Nuclear Matter, D. J. Dean, Los Alamos Workshop on Realistic Interactions in Nuclei, Los Alamos, NM, 1-4 November 1998

21. Monte Carlo Methods in the Shell Model, D. J. Dean, Workshop on Shell-Model Related Problems, Copenhagen, Denmark, 17-20 December 1998

22. Recent Advances in Shell-Model Monte Carlo Studies of Nuclei, D. J. Dean, Argonne Theory Institute on Advanced Calculational Methods in the Nuclear Many-Body Problem, Argonne, 2-6 August 1999.

23. Recent Progress in Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations of Finite Nuclei, D. J. Dean, Workshop on Frontiers in Quantum Monte Carlo:  Fermions, Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, 22-25 September 1999.

24. Partial Level Densities and Other Recent Progress in Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations for Nuclei, D. J. Dean, International Workshop on Nuclear Level Densities Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, 18-19 October 1999.

25. Shell-Model Monte Carlo Calculations of Nuclei Far from Beta Stability, D. J. Dean, International Conference on Structure of the Nucleus at the Dawn of the Century, Bologna, 29 May - 3 June 2000.

26. Theoretical Perspectives on RIA, D. J. Dean, RIA 2000 Workshop, Durham, North Carolina, 24-26 July 2000.

27. Programmed Assembly of Nanostructures for Computing via DNA Templates, J. C. Wells, L. Maya, M. Govindaragan, K. Stevenson, T. G. Thundat, J. Barhen, D. J. Dean, and M. R. Strayer, Symposium on Biologically and Physically Inspired Computation, July, 2000.

28. NUGeX Meeting:  HENP Computational Needs, D. J. Dean, Greenbook presentation, NERSC, Berkeley, 22 February 2001.

29.  Review of Recent Advances in the Shell Model, D. J. Dean, ISOL'01 conference, Oak Ridge, TN, 11-15 March 2001.

30. Theoretical Perspectives on RIA , D. J. Dean, ECT* Workshop on Current Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of the Nuclear Many-Body Problem and Applications, Trento, Italy, September, 2001.

31. First Steps in Nuclear Coupled-Cluster Theory, D. J. Dean, ECT* Workshop on Continuum Aspects of the Nuclear Shell Model, Trento, Italy, June, 2002

32. Nuclear Structure Calculations on the QCDOC, D. J. Dean, Large-Scale Computations in Nuclear Physics Using the QCDOC, RIKEN/BNL Research Center Workshop, Brookhaven National Lab, 26-28 September 2002

33. Coupled-Cluster Theory, D. J. Dean, INT Workshop on Double-Beta Decay, Seattle, 21-24 October, 2002.

34. Computational many-body methods: coupled cluster theory, D.J. Dean, Surrey workshop on nuclear theory, January 2003

35. Computational many-body problems in nuclear physics, D.J. Dean, ECT* Workshop on Recent Advances in the Nuclear Shell Model, 30 June – 11 July, 2003.

36. Neutrino detection and nuclear structure research, D.J. Dean, ORNL conference on neutrinos at the SNS, 28-29 July 2003, Oak Ridge, TN

37. Quantum Many-body problems and their solutions, D.J. Dean, Kick-Off Conference, Center for Mathematics for Applications, 1-2 September 2003, Oslo, Norway

38. Coupled-cluster methods for nuclei, D.J. Dean, Program on Theories of nuclear forces and nuclear systems, Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, Washington, September—December 2003.

39. Neutrinoless double-beta decay and the nuclear many-body problem, APS neutrinoless double-beta decay and direct mass measurements workshop, Pasadena, 27-28 February

40. Coupled-cluster approaches to nuclear physics, Centre of Mathematics for Applications workshop on Computational Advances in the Nuclear Many-Body Problem, 11-13 March 2004, University of Oslo, Norway.

41. Quantum Monte Carlo algorithms in nuclear physics, Centre of Mathematics for Applications workshop on Finance and Physics, 22-23 March 2004, University of Oslo, Norway

42. Nuclear coupled-cluster theory, D.J. Dean, Workshop on p-shell nuclei, 22-24 July 2004, NSCL-MSU.

43. Nuclear applications of coupled-cluster theory, 2005 Winter workshop on nuclear dynamics, Breckenridge, CO (6-12 February 2005).

44. Thermal properties of N=40 nuclei, RIKEN workshop on Collective Motion in unstable nuclei: experiment vs. theory, RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan, 24-26 May 2005.

45. Calculating nuclear structure with coupled-cluster theory, YITP workshop on New developments in nuclear self-consistent mean-field theories, Yukawa Institute of Theoretical Physics, Kyoto, Japan, 30 May – 1 June 2005.

46. Coupled-cluster theory applications to nuclei, INT 05-3, Nuclear Structure near the limits of stability”, September-December 2005, University of Washington, Seattle

47. Calculating Nuclei, Workshop on High-Performance Computing in Physics, Oslo University, 4 November 2005.

48. Leadership class computing: ab initio nuclear structure calculations, First NCCS Users group meeting, 13, 14 February 2006, ORNL

49. Challenges in nuclear structure, Theory Network for Nuclear Structure and Reactions, Town meeting and workshop, 10-12 April 2006, Surrey, England

50. Coupled-cluster theory for nuclei, Theory Network for Nuclear Structure and Reactions, Town Meeting and workshop, 10-12 April 2006, Surrey, England

51. Future directions in nuclear structure theory, Nuclear Structure Opportunities with Reaccelerated Beams, 1-2 May 2006, MSU, East Lansing, Michigan

52.Nuclear structure theory with coupled cluster techniques, 1st Southern Mediterranean Summer Workshop on Subatomic Physics, 29 May – 3 June 2006, Tunis, Tunisia

53. Thermal and rotational properties of N=40 isotopes, 1st Southern Mediterranean Summer Workshop on Subatomic Physics, 29 May – 3 June 2006, Tunis, Tunisia

54. Nuclear structure theory with coupled-cluster techniques, talk given at the kickoff workshop of JUSTIPEN, RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan, 10-11 July 2006

55. JUSTIPEN: Getting Started and Future Directions, talk given at the opening ceremony of the Japan-US-Theory-Institute-for-Physics-with-Exotic-Nuclei, RIKEN, Japan, 10-11 July 2006

56. The nuclear many-body problem, Set of 5 lectures at the 18th National Nuclear Physics Summer School, Bloomington, IN, 23 July – 5 August 2006

57. Aspects of Nuclear theory for AFC, Nuclear physics and related computational science R&D for advanced fuel cycles, 10-12 August, Bethesda, Maryland, also Group D Report

58. Ab initio nuclear structure determination, Masterworks invited talk at Supercomputing 2006, Tampa, Florida, 11-17 November 2006

59. Building nuclei from the ground up: Nuclear coupled-cluster theory, Supercomputing 2006, ORNL Booth presentation, Tampa, Florida, 11-17 November 2006

60. Atomic nuclei and mesoscopic science: Challenges to an ab-initio approach, presented at the “Femtoscience: from nuclei to nuclear medicine” symposium of the AAAS Annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, 15-19 February 2007.

61. The nuclear many-body problem: Challenges of, and vision for, an ab-initio approach: Coupled-Cluster Theory, The Three Nucleon Force workshop, TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada, 12-16 March 2007

62. The nuclear many-body problem: Challenges of, and vision for an ab-initio approach: Coupled cluster theory, Workshop on Open Quantum Many-Body systems, ECT*,  Trento, Italy, 14-18 May 2007

63. Long Range Planning for Physics of Nuclei and Nuclear Astrophysics, Jefferson Laboratory Users Group Meeting, Newport News, VA, 18-20 June 2007

64. Progress and challenges in the theory of nuclei, D.J. Dean, Gordon Research Conference, Salva Regina University, Newport, RI, 15-20 July 2007

65. Coupled-cluster theory within UNEDF, D.J. Dean, UNEDF annual meeting, Pack Forest, WA, 13-16 August 2007

66. Progress and challenges in the theory of nuclei, eRIBS07 International Workshop, 10 October 2007, Newport News, VA.

67. Nuclear Coupled-cluster theory, Nuclear Structure at the Extremes, Paisley, Scotland, 8-10 May 2008

68. Progress and challenges in the physics of nuclei, From Quarks to the Nuclear Many-Body Problem, Oslo, Norway, 21-24 May 2008

69. Rare Isotope Science in North America, EuroRIB08, Giens, France, 9-12 June 2008

70. Nuclear Coupled-Cluster Theory, Symposium on 50 years of coupled cluster theory, Seattle, 30 June – 2 July 2008.

71. Oak Ridge National Laboratory: Taking on the Energy Challenge, presented to Teacher Excellence: Ensuring Student Competitiveness Project, 13 July 2008, Oak Ridge

72. The quantum many-body problem, set of lectures given at the 7th Exotic Beam Physics Summer School, Argonne, IL, 4-9 August, 2008

73. Medium-mass nuclei from chiral nucleon-nucleon interactions, 5th ANL/MSU/JINA/INT FRIB Workshop on Bulk Nuclear Properties, East Lansing, Michigan, 19-22 November, 2008

74. Computational Nuclear Physics in the Next Decade, 3rd LACM-EFES-JUSTIPEN Workshop, Oak Ridge, TN, 23-25 February, 2009

75. Some thoughts on Wind and Energy,  Joint NOAA/DOE workshop on Wind Prediction, Washington, DC, 27 October 2009

76. HPC View from the Under Secretary, Briefing to the Exascale Workshop Panel, Washington, DC, 19-20 January 2010

77. Some thoughts on extreme scale computing, NCSA Strategic Planning Meeting, Washington, DC, 20-23 April 2010

78. Monitoring Carbon, Panel member; The Forum on Earth Observations IV: Climate, Energy and National Security: Meeting the Environmental Information Challenge, Washington, DC, 9 June 2010

79. Science and Innovation at the Department of Energy, invited talk (in place of Steven Chu) at the International Nuclear Physics Conference 2010, in Vancouver, Canada, 4-8 July 2010

80. Computing and Innovation, invited talk at the SciApps – 10: Challenges and Opportunities for Scientific Applications Workshop, Oak Ridge, 3, August 2010.

81. Overview of recent report from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy:  Simulation-Based Engineering and Science for Discovery and Innovation (with an update), National Academy of Sciences, Board on Mathematical Sciences and their Applications (BMSA), 29 October 2010, Washington, DC.

82. Advancing simulations for science and innovation, Workshop on Uncertainty Quantification in Scientific Inference, Santa Fe, NM, 4-6 November 2010

83. Energy and MRV for possible climate treaties, Defense Science Board Task Force on Climate Change, 8 November 2010, Washington, DC.

84. The role of simulations in science and innovation, SIAM Committee on Policy, 10 November 2010, Washington, DC,

85. The role of simulations in science and innovation, All Hub Advanced Modeling and Simulation Enabling Innovation, 19-20 January 2011, Livermore, CA

86. The role of simulations in science and innovation, Waltzing to the Nuclear Limits, 25-27 February 2011, Hilton Head, SC.

87. Capstone: Envisioning the future of simulations and exascale, ASCR Exascale kickoff meeting, 6-10 March 2011, San Diego, CA

88. Pairing Reentrance Phenomnon in Heated Rotating Nuclei in the Shell-Model Monte Carlo Approach, 3rd Workshop on Level Density and Gamma Strength, Oslo 23-27 May 2011

89. Envisioning the Future of Simulations and Exascale, NOTUR2011, Oslo, May 26-27, 2011

90. Scientific and technical innovation through simulations, Bi-Annual Meeting of the Norwegian Physical Society, Oslo, Norway, 20-22 June 2011

91. The role of simulations in science and innovations, UNEDF Annual Meeting, Michigan State University, 20-24 June 2011

92. Climate Treaty MRV: The role of Senior Advisor to the Under Secretary for Science, 5th International Conference on Fission and properties of neutron-rich nuclei, Sanibel, FL, 4-10 November 2012

93. Atoms for Peace: Isotope Research and Impact, American Nuclear Society Congressional Briefing, Washington, DC, 27 October 2014

94. Nuclear Data, nuclear theory and isotopes, Workshop on Nuclear Data Needs and Capabilities for Applications, LBL, 27-29 May 2015

95. Nuclei, quantum entanglement and qubits, FUSTIPEN Topical Meeting on New Directions for Nuclear Structure and Reaction Theories, GANIL, Caen, France, 16-20 March 2016

96. Quantum Computing Materials and Interfaces,  Looking Beyond CMOS Technology for Future HPC Symposium, Hanover, Maryland, 5-6 April 2016

American Physical Society Abstracts (incomplete)

 

1.  Velocity Dependence of Prompt, High-Energy Nucleon Emission in Heavy-Ion Reactions, D. J. Dean, A. S. Umar, and M. R. Strayer, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 34, 1222 (1989)

2.  Dynamical String-Parton Model in Relativistic p-p and Heavy-Ion Collisions, D. J. Dean, J. Wu, M. R. Strayer, and A. S. Umar, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 36, 1401 (1991)

3.  Dynamical Evolution of Hadronic Matter in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, D. J. Dean (invited), SESAPS, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 38, 2170 (1993).

4.  The Spectroscopy of 60Ni,W.D. Weintraub, H-Q. Jin, W. Reviol, L. L. Riedinger, C. Baktash, M. J. Brinkman, D. J. Dean, C-H. Yu, M. Devlin, D. R. LaFosse, D. G. Sarantites, M. Leddy, I. Y. Lee, A. O. Macchiavelli, D. Rudolph, 1997 APS April Meeting, Washington, D.C.

5.  Pairing in N~Z nuclei, W. Satula, D. J. Dean, J. Gary, S. Mizutori, and W. Nazarewicz, 1997 APS April Meeting, Washington, D.C.

6.  Particle Identification in the Dynamical String-Parton Model, D. E. Malov, A. S. Umar, D. J. Ernst, D. J. Dean, B.A.P.S. vol.43, No.2, 1179 (1998)

7.  Hadrons as a Distribution of Classical Strings, D. E. Malov, A. S. Umar, D. J. Ernst, D. J. Dean, B.A.P.S. vol.43, No.2, 1179 (1998)

8.  Fundamental Physics Opportunities at the Spallation Neutron Source, V. Cianciolo, D. Dean, P. Koehler, F. Plasil, G. Young, Y. Kamyshkov, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP99/baps/abs/S330011.html

9.  Nuclear Structure in the Mass 90 Region, J. A. White, D. J. Dean, M. Hjorth-Jensen, E. Ormand, and S. E. Koonin, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP99/baps/abs/S290006.html

10. Dynamical String-Parton Model with Particle Identification in Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions, A. S. Umar, D. E. Malov, D. J. Ernst, D. J. Dean, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP99/baps/abs/S360012.html

11. Application of String-Parton Model to p+A Collisions, D. E. Malov, A. S. Umar, D. J. Ernst, D. J. Dean, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP99/baps/abs/S360013.html

12. Auxiliary Field Monte Carlo Techniques Applied to Nuclei and Quantum Dots, D. J. Dean, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP00/baps/abs/S1290003.html

13. Nuclear Theory for RIA, D.J. Dean, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP00/baps/abs/S1720011.html

14. First Observation of 109Te b+ and EC Decay to Levels in 109Sb, J. Shergur, J. Ressler, W. Walters, C. Davids, D. J. Dean, A. Heinz, M. Hjorth-Jensen, and D. Seweryniak, http://www.aps.org/meet/DNP02/baps/abs/S950014.html

15. Nuclear Structure Theory with Coupled-Cluster Techniques, D.J. Dean (invited talk), http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR06/Event/47389

16. Beyond the Shell Model: Computing nuclei with coupled-coupled cluster theory, D.J. Dean (invited talk), http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR08/Event/82731