BSR: B-spline atomic R-matrix code

BSR is a general program to calculate atomic continuum processes, including electron-atom and electron-ion scattering, and radiative processes such as bound-bound transitions, photoionization and polarizabilities. BSR uses the B-spline R-matrix method as its means of solution, with calculations performed in either LS- or intermediate coupling schemes which include terms of the Breit-Pauli Hamiltonian.

Novice Users

New users may wish to read the following pages before using BSR on the AMP Gateway:

Advanced Users

The source code for the first release (2006) of BSR may be found in the CPC program library (identifier ADWY) or by clicking the following link: BSR: B-spline atomic R-matrix codes.

BSR version 3.0 is currently available with limited functionality on the AMP Gateway. The full source code along with associated libraries and utilities is available from github.

Contact Us

Questions, comments or suggestions? Please email us at bsr@drake.edu.