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Papers by NUCLEI researchers selected as "Editor's Suggestions" in PRC
Papers describing NUCLEI physics have been highlighted by the Editors of Physical Review C:
Figures from NUCLEI papers selected for PRC Kaleidoscope
A figure showing paths for spontaneous fission of 264Fm from the paper "Spontaneous fission lifetimes from the minimization of self-consistent collective action" by Jhilam Sadhukhan, K. Mazurek, A. Baran, J. Dobaczewski, W. Nazarewicz, and J. A. Sheikh, Phys. Rev. C 88, 064314 (2013) and a figure showing a complex nuclear density simulation from the paper "Nuclear 'pasta' formation" by A. S. Schneider, C. J. Horowitz, J. Hughto, and D. K. Berry, Phys. Rev. C 88, 065807 (2013) have been chosen by the Editors of Physical Review C for the "Kaleidoscope". Congratulations to these researchers!
Article by NUCLEI researchers selected as Physica Scripta highlight
The paper Living on the edge of stability, the limits of the nuclear landscape," by C Forssen, G Hagen, M Hjorth-Jensen, W Nazarewicz, and J Rotureau, Physica Scripta T 152, 014022 (2013), has been chosen by the editors of Physica Scripta for inclusion in the exclusive "Highlights of 2013" collection. Congratulations to these scientists!
DOE awards 155 million processor hours for computational nuclear structure/reactions
The DOE INCITE program has awarded a large number of hours for NUCLEI computational nuclear physics projects for 2013. More details are available on the 2013 INCITE award for nuclear structure and reactions as well as a 6-year summary of these INCITE awards.
DOE awards 55 million processor hours for computational nuclear structure/reactions
For the fifth straight year, the DOE INCITE program awarded a large number of hours for NUCLEI computational nuclear physics projects, the sixth largest out of 60 awards for 2012. More details are available on the INCITE award.