Most of our research has a computational aspect. Code development is usually performed locally, but sometimes in collaboration with other groups of people.
Here we list our codes that have been officially published.
An open-source research code for solving the Faddeev (AGS) equations to simulate three-nucleon scattering observables. The code is written in C++.show more
Developed by Sean Miller.
Collaborators: Andreas Ekström and Kai Hebeler.
Published in: Phys. Rev. C 106, 024001 (arXiv:2201.09600)
Code repository: https://github.com/seanbsm/Tic-tacshow less
A no-core shell model code developed in C.show more
Developed by Tor Djärv.
Collaborators: Håkan Johansson, Christian Forssén and Andreas Ekström
Published in: Phys. Rev. C 105, 014005 (arXiv:2108.13313)
Code repository: https://github.com/thundermoose/JupiterNCSMshow less
An easy-to-install library that evaluates Wigner 3j, 6j and 9j symbols accurately using prime factorisation and multi-word integer arithmetic. The code is written in C and has interfaces for Python, C and Fortran.show more
Developed by Håkan Johansson and Christian Forssén.
Published in: SIAM J. Sci. Comput. 38.1 (2016): A376-A384 (arXiv:1504.08329)
Code repository: http://fy.chalmers.se/subatom/wigxjpf/show less