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New Physics Gateway


A number of atomic, molecular, and optical science (AMOS) research groups around the world have banded together to create the Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Science (AMOS) Gateway project with help from XSEDE. This gateway makes a subset of their codes available in a form that enables the larger AMOS community to use them for their own purposes. 

PI Dr. Barry Schneider of NIST sought XSEDE as a “natural avenue” for developing the gateway. Through XSEDE allocations, including computational resources and ECSS support to create and deploy the gateway, the AMOS gateway now makes 11 (and counting) codes available for use by the larger AMOS community.

These codes are employed to help model problems in physics, and chemistry that have applications to fusion, astrophysics, quantum simulators, the etching of computer chips, and real-world devices that we all depend upon, such as fluorescent light bulbs. The gateway is also being utilized to teach atomic physics to students, which provides them with basic knowledge of AMOS and an invaluable hands-on learning experience. 

This work has been presented at PEARC19PEARC20, and is available on the arXiv. More info: https://www.xsede.org/-/xsede-helps-develop-new-physics-gateway


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