Scientific Computation Application Partnerships in Nuclear Physics

The SciDAC Partnership with NP enables and supports research on current high-profile computationally intensive topics in theoretical nuclear physics of direct relevance to the experimental research programs at existing or approved NP facilities.


DOE Program Managers

Timothy J. Hallman (point of contact)
Nuclear Physics (NP)

Randall Laviolette
Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR)


Current Projects

Computing the Properties of Matter with Leadership Computing Resources
This project is supporting the development of the software infrastructure to carry out scientific calculations to address fundamental questions in nuclear science.

Lead Investigator: Robert Edwards
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Nuclear Computational Low-Energy Initiative (NUCLEI)
This project is supporting the development of the software infrastructure to carry out scientific calculations to address fundamental questions in nuclear science.

Lead Investigator: Joseph Carlson
Los Alamos National Laboratory

Towards Exascale Astrophysics of Mergers and Supernovae (TEAMS)
This project aims to study the astrophysical events responsible for the production of many of the heaviest of the chemical elements using realistic simulations containing the most complete physics available.

Lead Investigator: William Hix
Oak Ridge National Laboratory