MUSES: Modular Unified Solver of the Equation of State
MUSES is a new NSF-funded large collaboration project that is developing a new cyberinfrastructure to provide the scientific community novel tools to answer critical interdisciplinary questions in nuclear physics, gravitational wave astrophysics, and heavy-ion physics.
This site serves as the hub for the MUSES collaboration services and developer community. Click here for information about MUSES organization and events.
MUSES is an interdisciplinary team of physics experts in lattice QCD, nuclear physics, gravitational wave astrophysics, relativistic hydrodynamics, and computer science experts in programming and front-end development. The goal of the collaboration is to help find answers to questions that bridge nuclear physics, heavy-ion physics, and gravitational phenomena such as: what exists within the core of a neutron star? What temperatures are reached when two neutron stars collide? What can nuclear experiments with heavy-ion collisions teach us about the strongest force in nature and neutron stars?
Image credit: Carl Knox, OzGrav ARC Centre of Excellence
Collaboration Tools and Services
Matrix is the frontier of free, open source, and decentralized communications. Our homeserver will host the MUSES space and any rooms created for general discussion, support, and outreach, while providing a federated way for the general public to connect with the project.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. OAC-2103680. Any opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.