DOE Science Showcase - Monte Carlo Methods
Monte Carlo calculation methods are algorithms for solving various kinds of computational problems by using (pseudo)random numbers. Developed in the 1940s during the Manhattan Project, the Monte Carlo method signified a radical change in how scientists solved problems. Learn about the ways these methods are used in DOE’s research endeavors today in “Monte Carlo Methods” by Dr. William Watson, Physicist, OSTI staff.
Monte Carlo Results in DOE Databases
- Lab biophysicist invents improvement to Monte Carlo technique, LLNL News
- Monte Carlo Benchmark software, ESTSC
- Improved Monte Carlo Renormalization Group Method, DOE R&D Accomplishments
- A Monte Carlo Sampler, Gubernatis, James E., DOE Information Bridge
- Energy Citations Database