The following are some numerical, scientific and utility codes that I am in the process of making available:
Other useful codes:
Several of the above codes require LAPACK to be installed. Most are written in modern Fortran and may be compiled with the excellent gfortran (version 4.6 or greater) or Intel Fortran compilers. (Other compilers should work but have not been tested.)
Most of the source code available through this website is licensed under the MIT license, meaning modification and redistribution for any purpose is permitted so long as the copyright, license and disclaimer information is retained. Please see the individual source files for more info.
September 18, 2013: Add pfit
June 19, 2013: Add nsolve
May 16, 2013: Add noninteracting fermions in the canonical ensemble
Sept 28, 2012: Add symbol.el
Sept 19, 2012: Add options.f90
August 30, 2012: Initial version of this website
This is the personal website of Christopher N. Gilbreth. I am currently a postdoctoral associate at Yale University in the Physics department, where I study theoretical approaches to the quantum many-body problem. My current focus is on quantum Monte Carlo and cold atomic gases.
You can reach me by sending an email to the unique address of the form XYZ@gmail.com, where X=c, Y=n, and Z=gilbreth (i.e. my first two initials, followed by my last name, with no punctuation).
Bug reports and other helpful comments are greatly appreciated.
Thank you for visiting!