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Ab Initio No Core Shell Model - Recent Resultsand Further Prospects

Vary, James P. ; Maris, Pieter ; Potter, Hugh ; Caprio, Marc A. ; Smith, Robin ; Binder, Sven ; Calci, Angelo ; Fischer, Sebastian ; Langhammer, Joachim ; Roth, Robert ; Aktulga, Hasan Metin ; Ng, Esmond ; Yang, Chao ; Oryspayev, Dossay ; Sosonkina, Masha ; Saule, Erik ; Çatalyürek, Ümit
Pacific National University Khabarovsk (PNU) (Corporate Creator) (2014):
Ab Initio No Core Shell Model - Recent Resultsand Further Prospects.
In: Proceedings of the International Conference "Nuclear Theory in the Super-computing Era — 2014" (NTSE-2014),
4th International Conference Nuclear Theory in the Supercomputing Era (NTSE-2014), Khabarovsk, Russian Federation, 23.-27.06.2014, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

There has been significant recent progress in solving the long-standing problems of how nuclear shell structure and collective motion emerge from underlying microscopic inter-nucleon interactions. We review a selection of recent significant results within the ab initio No Core Shell Model (NCSM) closely tied to three major factors enabling this progress: (1) improved nuclear interactions that accurately describe the experimental two-nucleon and three-nucleon interaction data; (2) advances in algorithms to simulate the quantum manybody problem with strong interactions; and (3) continued rapid development of high-performance computers now capable of performing 20×1015 floating point operations per second. We also comment on prospects for further developments.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2014
Creators: Vary, James P. ; Maris, Pieter ; Potter, Hugh ; Caprio, Marc A. ; Smith, Robin ; Binder, Sven ; Calci, Angelo ; Fischer, Sebastian ; Langhammer, Joachim ; Roth, Robert ; Aktulga, Hasan Metin ; Ng, Esmond ; Yang, Chao ; Oryspayev, Dossay ; Sosonkina, Masha ; Saule, Erik ; Çatalyürek, Ümit
Title: Ab Initio No Core Shell Model - Recent Resultsand Further Prospects
Language: English
Abstract:

There has been significant recent progress in solving the long-standing problems of how nuclear shell structure and collective motion emerge from underlying microscopic inter-nucleon interactions. We review a selection of recent significant results within the ab initio No Core Shell Model (NCSM) closely tied to three major factors enabling this progress: (1) improved nuclear interactions that accurately describe the experimental two-nucleon and three-nucleon interaction data; (2) advances in algorithms to simulate the quantum manybody problem with strong interactions; and (3) continued rapid development of high-performance computers now capable of performing 20×1015 floating point operations per second. We also comment on prospects for further developments.

Title of Book: Proceedings of the International Conference "Nuclear Theory in the Super-computing Era — 2014" (NTSE-2014)
Divisions: 18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Institute for Electromechanical Design (dissolved 18.12.2018)
18 Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology > Light Technology
Event Title: 4th International Conference Nuclear Theory in the Supercomputing Era (NTSE-2014)
Event Location: Khabarovsk, Russian Federation
Event Dates: 23.-27.06.2014
Date Deposited: 03 May 2016 16:36
Official URL: https://inspirehep.net/conferences/1423464
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