Dr. Brian Moritz

Vita


Grants, Fellowships, Awards & Allocations


Grants

DOE

Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) Grant, FY2018 - 2021
U.S. Department of Energy, BES/ASCR


“Topological and Correlated Matter via Tensor Networks and Quantum Monte Carlo”

DOE

Field Work Proposal, FY2017 - 2019
U.S. Department of Energy, BES, MSE


“Theory Institute for Materials and Energy Spectroscopies”

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (CNMS) Research Proposal, FY2016 - 2018
Oak Ridge National Laboratory


“Numerical studies of the spin and charge response at low energies in the electron-doped single-band Hubbard model using the dynamical cluster approximation (DCA)”

DOE

Field Work Proposal, FY2016 - 2018
U.S. Department of Energy, BES, MSE


“Electronic and Magnetic Structure of Quantum Materials”

DOE
CMCSN Teams Meeting

Computational Materials and Chemical Sciences Network (CMCSN) Grant, FY2012 - 2014
U.S. Department of Energy, BES, MSE/CSGB


“Computational time-resolved and resonant x-ray scattering of strongly correlated materials”

DOE

Single-Investigator and Small-Group Research (SISGR) Grant, FY2009 - 2011
U.S. Department of Energy, BES


“Time-resolved soft X-ray materials science at the Linac Coherent Light Source and the Advanced Light Source”

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Non-competitive Grant, 2005


“Dynamical cluster approximation simulations of dilute magnetic semiconductors”

University of North Dakota

UND Intercollegiate Academics Fund, 1999
Award #38


“Vector difference calculus”

Awards & Fellowships

APS

APS Outstanding Referee, 2017

NSF
ND EPSCoR

NSF ND EPSCoR
Infrastructure Improvement Program Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 1999 - 2001

University of North Dakota

UND Summer Doctoral Fellowship, 1999

NDSPE

NDSPE, Chapter 1
Outstanding Student Award 1994 & 1995

High Performance Computing Allocations

INCITE
NERSC

Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) Award - 2009


“Massively parallel simulation of pump-probe time-resolved photoemission”
2009 -- 2,300,000 CPUhrs

NERSC

NERSC Initiative for Scientific Exploration (NISE) - 2011


“Numerical investigations of symmetry breaking, magnetism, and the pseudogap in the three-orbital Hubbard model”
2011 -- 1,000,000 CPUhrs

NERSC

NERSC Initiative for Scientific Exploration (NISE) - 2009


"Theory and applications of diamondoid-nanoparticle enhanced organometallic surfaces”
2009 -- 275,000 CPUhrs

NERSC

NERSC DOE Production Grant


“Simulation of photon spectroscopies for correlated electron systems”
2017 -- 6,500,000 CPUhrs
2016 -- 7,500,000 CPUhrs
2015 -- 8,084,000 CPUhrs
2014 -- 14,000,000 CPUhrs
2013 -- 3,500,000 CPUhrs
2012 -- 3,225,000 CPUhrs
2011 -- 1,350,000 CPUhrs
2010 -- 700,000 CPUhrs
2009 -- 500,000 CPUhrs
2008 -- 40,000 CPUhrs

NERSC

NERSC DOE Production Grant


“Massively parallel simulation of pump-probe time-resolved photoemission”
2017 -- 2,750,000 CPUhrs
2016 -- 3,500,000 CPUhrs
2015 -- 4,000,000 CPUhrs
2014 -- 5,250,000 CPUhrs
2013 -- 3,100,000 CPUhrs
2012 -- 3,000,000 CPUhrs
2011 -- 4,175,000 CPUhrs
2010 -- 1,000,000 CPUhrs

NERSC

NERSC DOE Production Grant


“X-ray spectroscopic studies of transition-metal compounds”
2016 -- 253,000 CPUhrs
2015 -- 3,000,000 CPUhrs
2014 -- 1,350,000 CPUhrs
2013 -- 275,000 CPUhrs

TeraGrid

TeraGrid Development Allocation


“Computational approaches to photon-based spectroscopies for correlated systems”
2008 -- 30,000 CPUhrs (DAC, Project TG-DMR080011N)

TeraGrid

TeraGrid Resource Allocation


“Simulations employing the dynamical cluster approximation”
2007 -- 495,000 CPUhrs (MRAC, Project TG-DMR070031N)
2006 -- 418,500 CPUhrs (LRAC, Project TG-MCA06N019)
2005 -- 50,000 CPUhrs (Supplement to Grant DMR050029N)