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5 months ago
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Dear colleagues,

There are still a few places left to participate to the CECAM workshop:

Green's function methods: the next generation III

June 6-9 2017, to be held in Toulouse, France.


The workshop aims to bring together the latest developments in the field of many-body Green's function theory. Recently much progress has been made in this field, both by going beyond standard approaches and by devising novel routes to calculate the many-body Green's function. The topics discussed at the workshop will include: effects of self-consistency, vertex corrections, self-energy-free methods, higher-order Green's functions, dynamical effects, model systems, and strong correlation. More information can be found on the website of the workshop.

The list of invited speakers includes:

Thomas Ayral (Rutgers University, USA)
Fabio Caruso (Humboldt University, Berlin)
Claudia Draxl (Humboldt University, Berlin)
Marc Dvorak (Aalto University, Finland)
Nicole Helbig (Research Center Julich, Germany)
Evgeny Kozik (King's College London, UK)
Jan Kunes (TU Wien, Austria)
Cyril Martins (University of Toulouse, France)
Eva Pavarini (Research Center Julich, Germany)
Yaroslav Pavlyukh (Martin Luther University, Germany)
Enrico Perfetto (University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy)
Michael Potthoff (University of Hamburg, Germany)
John Rehr (University of Washington, USA)
Dario Rocca (University of Lorraine, France)
Walter Tarantino (ETH, Switzerland)
Ilya Tokatly (University of the Basque Country, Spain)
Alessandro Toschi (TU Wien, Austria)
Félix Werner (ENS, Paris)
Jianqiang Sky Zhou (Ecole Polytechnique, France)

Applications can be done on the website of the workshop.
There is no registration fee.
There will be a poster session to which the participants are encouraged to contribute.

Looking forward to see you in Toulouse,

The organizers (Pina Romaniello, Francesco Sottile, Arjan Berger)

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