EFES-Iowa mini workshop on the ab initio Monte Carlo Shell Model

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Date/Time:Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 at 8:45 am
Location:Room 19 Physics Building
Contact:Prof. James Vary
Phone:515-294-8894
Channel:Nuclear Physics
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Workshop focused on recent technical developments in large scale nuclear structure calculations as well as applications to forefront research issues. Speakers are collaborators and visitors from Japan and Russia as well as members of the local ISU Nuclear Theory group and Scalable Computing Lab of the Ames Laboratory.

Session I - 9:00am
Joseph Shinar - Welcome address

Takaharu Otsuka - Welcome and introductory talk -
" A brief introduction to Japanese super computer K "

Fang Liu - "Large scale nuclear physics calculations in a work flow environment"

James Vary - " What keeps the 14C clock ticking for 5730 years "

Break for coffee/tea

Session II - 11:00am
Yutaka Utsuno - "Recent progress in the Monte Carlo shell model: technical details"

Pieter Maris - " Large sparse matrix techniques in ab initio approaches to nuclear structure "

Lunch break - ISU Memorial Union

Session III - 2:30pm
Takashi Abe - " No-core Monte Carlo Shell Model in light nuclei"

Chase Cockrell - " Properties of the Lithium isotopes within the ab intio no core full configuration (NCFC) approach"

Break for coffee/tea

Session IV - 4:30pm
Andrey Shirokov - "Description of resonant states in the shell model"

Dinner at Café Shi Restaurant - 7:00 pm