Department of Physics
College of Science & Technology
Central Michigan University

Dr. M. Horoi 

Mihai Horoi

Ph.D. in Physics, Institute of Atomic Physics, Bucharest, 1990
M.S. in Computer Science, Michigan State University, 1997
B.S. and M.S. in Physics, University of Bucharest, 1979

Dow 212
Phone:    (989) 774-2185

Additional Information:  

Research Program and Goals:

- Ph.D. in theoretical nuclear physics with more than 20 years research experience in nuclear physics.
- 20 years of teaching experience at both undergraduate and graduate level.
- Well established record of grant writing and external funding.
- Creator of the CMichSM high performance code for nuclear structure calculations.
- M.S. in Computer Science, major in Parallel Processing and Advanced Networks.
- Proven professional record in software and hardware system evaluation and design for scientific high
  performance computing environments.
- Special interests: Nuclear Structure, Large Scale Shell Model Calculations, Complex Quantum Systems,
                             Genetic Algorithms, High Performance Computing solutions for scientific problems.

Selected Publications and Presentations


Nuclear structure aspects of neutrinoless  double-beta decay, Phys. Rev. Lett. 113, 262501 (2014),
     B.A. Brown,
Mihai Horoi, and R.A. Senkov.
2. Shell model analysis of the 135Xe double-beta decay nuclear matrix elements,
Phys. Rev. Lett. 110, 222502 (2013),
Mihai Horoi and B.A. Brown.
Exact removal of the center-of-mass spurious states from level density, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 262503 (2007),
     Mihai Horoi and Vladimir Zelevinsky.
Coupled-Cluster and Configuration-Interaction Calculations for Heavy Nuclei, Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 112501 (2007),
     Mihai Horoi,  J. Gour, M. Wloch, M. D. Lodriguito, B.A. Brown, and P. Piecuch
5. Simulating the Silicon Cluster Growth Pattern, Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, 013401 (2004),
      A.K. Jackson, M. Horoi, I. Chaudhuri, Th. Fraunheim, and A. A. Shvartsburg.

Recent Invited Talks at Conferences and Workshops:

1. Nuclear matrix elements for double-beta decay: a shell model perspective, M. Horoi,
    invited talk at the International conference  "Neutrinos and Dark Matter 2015",
    Jyvaskyla, Finland, June 1 - 6, 2015.
2. Nuclear structure tests for fundamental symmetries, M. Horoi
    invited talk at the workshop "International Collaboration in Nuclear Theory:
Theory for open-shell nuclei near the limit of stability",
    Michigan State University NSCL/FRIB, May 11-29, 2015.

Department of Physics at Central Michigan University
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September 11, 2015