Quantum Monte Carlo Group
for Nuclear Physics

The QMC Group for Nuclear Physics is focused on understanding how nuclear properties emerge from the underlying nucleonic dynamics, with the broader goal of contributing to ongoing experimental efforts in nuclear physics, fundamental symmetries, neutrino physics, and astrophysics.

We are part of the DOE topical collaboration “Nuclear Theory for New Physics.”

This research is supported by the DOE, the Facility for Rare Isotopes Beams Theory Alliance and the Fermilab Neutrino Theory Network Award.

This research uses computational resources located at Argonne National Lab awarded by the DOE Leadership Computing Challenge.

We acknowledge the McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences for its crucial and  continuing support. 

The McDonnell Center also supports the Nuclear and Particle Physics Workshops at Washington University in St. Louis


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