Hang Liu

Hang Liu

Research Associate

HPC Applications Group

512-232-8369
hliu@tacc.utexas.edu


Hang Liu is a research associate in TACC's High Performance Computing group. His research focuses on algorithm development, implementation, validation and performance optimization to suite large scale nuclear physics calculations on modern HPC architectures. Prior to TACC, he worked as a physicist at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL) at Michigan State University where he collaborated with scientists in the conversion of nuclear physics codes to run on parallel HPC facilities, and helped to develop new codes of common interest in support of NSCL research programs.


Research Interests

Large scale scientific parallel computing

Multi level scientific parallel algorithm and programming

Parallel performance prototyping and modeling

Eigenvalue and linear equation systems derived from nuclear structure and reaction calculation


Selected Publications

H. Liu, Ch. Elster, W. Glöckle, Three-Body Elastic and Inelastic Scattering at Intermediate Energies, Nuclear Physics A790(2007)262c-266c.

H. Liu, Ch. Elster, W. Glöckle, Three-Body Scatterings at Intermediate Energies, Physical Review C72(2005)054003.

Jian-Ye Liu, Wen-Jun Guo, Yong Zhong Xing, Hang Liu, Isospin Fractionation in the Nucleon Emissions and Fragment Emissions in the Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions, Review of Modern Physics E (2004)123-133.

Jian-Ye Liu, Wen-Jun Guo, Yong Zhong Xing, Hang Liu, Isospin Fractionation in the Nucleon Emissions and Fragment Emissions in the Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions, Nuclear Physics A726(2003)123-133.

H. Liu, Ch. Elster, W. Glöckle, Model Study of Three-Body Forces in the Three-Body Bound State, Few-Body System 33(2003)241-258.

H. Liu, Ch. Elster, W. Glöckle, Numerical Implementation of Three-Body Forces in Bound State Faddeev Calculations in Three Dimensions, Computer Physics Communication 147(2002)170-173.

Jian-Ye Liu, Shun-Jin Wang, M. Di Toro, Hang Liu, Xi-Guo Lee, Wei Zuo, Two-body Correlation Transport Theory for Heavy Ion Collision, Nuclear Physics A604(1996)341-357.

Liu Hang, Liu Jianye, Li Junqing, Description of Fermionic Behavior of Nucleons and the Structure Effects in the Fragment Formation in HIC, Zeitschrift für Physik A354(1996)311-315.


Education

Ph.D., Theoretical Nuclear Physics,
Ohio University

M.S., Theoretical Nuclear Physics,
Ohio University

B.E., Theoretical Physics,
University of Science and Technology of China

Memberships/Professional Affiliations

American Physical Society (APS)