ABSTRACT: MADNESS (multiresolution adaptive numerical environment
for scientific simulation) is a general numerical framework for
the solution of integral and differential equations in 1-6+
dimensions. Initially developed for applications in chemistry,
it is now finding applications in nuclear physics, solid state
physics, atomic and molecular physics, and other disciplines.
I will discuss some of these applications, the underlying
numerical methods, and the MADNESS parallel runtime.
Ray Bair (Chair) - Argonne National Laboratory
Robert J. Harrison - Oak Ridge National Laboratory / University of Tennessee, Knoxville