Department of Physics
Professor Calvin W. Johnson
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Note: grants at SDSU since 2002 total more than $1.8M in external, single-investigator awards; grants at LSU 1995-2002 totaled $410K in external, single-investigator awards.
June 2015-May 2018: Department of Energy Office of Science, "Nuclear structure and transitions: computational studies and resources" ($285,000/ 3 years)
May 2016-April 2021: Department of Energy Topical Collaboration, "Nuclear theory for double-beta decay" ($110,000/5 years)
September 2016-August 2018: Department of Energy Academic Alliances Program, "Ab initio calculations of neutron-capture reactions on light nuclei" ($150,000/2 years)
June 2012-May 2015: Department of Energy Office of Science, “Mean-field and many-body forces in nuclear structure calculations" ($270,000/three years).
June 2009-May 2012: Department of Energy Office of Science, “Computational nuclear structure and fundamental symmetries,” ($220,000/three years).
December 2010-November 2011, SciDAC subcontract, “Universal Energy Density Functional” $43,000.
August 2011-December 2011, Livermore subcontract "Development of Large-dimension shell-model code," $20,057.
April 2010-Oct 2010, Lawrence Livermore subcontract: “Development of Large-dimension shell model code,” $44,000
June 2008 – May2009, Lawrence Livermore subcontract: “Development of Large-dimension shell model code,” $44,000
January 2007-November 2010, SciDAC subcontract, “Universal Energy Density Functional” ($43,000/year).
September 2006-May 2009, Department of Energy Office of Science,
, “Mean-field and moment methods applied to nuclear structure and reactions”($165,000/three years).
October 2005-September 2008, DOE/NNSA/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. “Frontier computations in the structure of atomic nuclei.” $46,000/yr or $138,000 for 3 years.
September 2003-August 2006, Department of Energy Office of Science,
, “Computational approximations to the nuclear shell model”($140,000/three years).
May 2003-April 2006, Department of Energy Academic Alliances Program,
``Nuclear level densities for modeling nuclear reactions: an efficient approach using statistical spectroscopy,'' ($347,000/ three years).
July 1999 - June 2002. Department of Energy Grant, “Competing degrees of freedom in nuclear structure theory,” ($138,000 /three years)
July 1999-June 2002, Board of Regents Research Competitiveness Grant,
“Microscopic, statistical approaches to nuclear astrophysics,” ($142,000 / three years.)
January 1999. Louisiana Board of Regents Travel Grant for Emerging Faculty, $1,000.
1997. Oak Ridge Associated Universities Junior Faculty Enhancement Award,
“Exotic nuclei and nuclear astrophysics—a computational study”. ($10,000).
July 1996 - June 1999. Department of Energy Grant,
``Weak interactions in nuclear physics and astrophysics using many-body theory''
($130,000 /three years.)
ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge grant “Nuclear structure for tests of fundamental symmetries and astroparticle physics," 30 million processor hours, 2016-2017.