Research Associate Professor
Magneto-Fluid Dynamics Division
Department of Mathematics
Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences
New York University
Note: I have left New York University. Starting September 1, 2003, I have a visiting faculty position in the Math/CS and Chemistry departments at Emory University, Atlanta, GA. My new mailing address is: Mathematics and Science Center, Suite W401; 400 Dowman Drive; Atlanta, Georgia 30322. Phone 404-727-1980. Email to Courant will be fine still. I do not yet have a personal Web page at Emory.
X. Huang, B. J. Braams, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman, "Quantum Calculations of Vibrational Energies of H3O2- on an ab Initio Potential", J. Amer. Chem. Soc., in press. Web link.
A. B. McCoy, B. J. Braams, A. Brown, X. C. Huang, Z. Jin, and J. M. Bowman, "Ab initio diffusion Monte Carlo calculations of the quantum behavior of CH5+ in full dimensionality", J. Phys. Chem., in press. Web link.
Z. Zhao, B. J. Braams, M. Fukuda, M. L. Overton and J. K. Percus, "The reduced density matrix method for electronic structure calculations and the role of three-index representability conditions", J. Chem. Phys. 120 (2004) 2095-2104. Web link.
A. Brown, B. J. Braams, K. Christoffel, Z. Jin, and J. M. Bowman, "Classical and quasiclassical spectral analysis of CH5+ using an ab initio potential energy surface", J. Chem. Phys. 119 (2003) 8790-8793. Web link.
Selected Topics in Numerical Analysis, Spring 2003 term (Parallel Algorithms for Scientific Computing and Many-Body Problems), taught jointly with George Biros.
Notes from Feb 20, 3003; homework due March 6, 2003.
Links, Articles, Essays, and Opinions on K-12 Education # BJB Essays. See also NYC HOLD.
Also of interest: Het ontkolen van de energievoorziening, by C. M. Braams, July 2003.
Selected Topics in Numerical Analysis, Spring 2001 term
(parallel scientific computing).
Notes for the graduate class G63.2012/G22.2945.
Selected Topics in Numerical Analysis, fall 1999 term (advanced scientific computing, many-body problems). Notes for the graduate class G63.2011/G22.2945.
Scientific Computing, spring 1998 term, Notes and homework for the graduate class G63.2043/G22.2112.