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Total Energy and Force Methods Workshop (No replies)

Leon Petit
3 years ago
Leon Petit 3 years ago

Dear Colleagues,

Places are still available for the Total Energy and Force Methods Workshop, but please note that registration closes on Saturday 25th November.

The workshop will take place in Cambridge, UK, from 9th January to 11th January 2018. It will focus on the most recent developments in the field of electronic structure methods from the first-principles perspective, their diverse applications and mathematical foundations.

The confirmed speakers are:

Prof Bogdan Bernevig, Princeton University, USA

Dr George Booth, King’s College London, UK

Prof Kieron Burke, UC Irvine, USA

Prof Eric Cancès, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, France

Dr Giuseppe Carleo, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Prof Michele Ceriotti, EPFL, Switzerland

Prof Garnet Chan, Caltech, USA

Prof Daan Frenkel, University of Cambridge, UK

Dr Luca Ghiringhelli, Fritz Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany

Dr Andreas Grüneis, MPI Stuttgart, Germany

Prof Kristjan Haule, Rutgers University, USA

Prof Motoko Kotani, Tohoku University, Japan

Mr Michael Medvedev, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Prof Katarzyna Pernal, TU Łódź, Poland

Prof Fabio Pietrucci, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

Dr Mariana Rossi, Fritz Haber Institute, Berlin, Germany

Prof Atsuto Seko, Kyoto University, Japan

Please visit http://onlinesales.admin.cam.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/materials-science-metallurgy/total-energy-and-force-methods for further information and to register.

If you would like to display a poster at the workshop, please email the abstract to [email protected] by the 25th November for consideration.

We hope to see you in January,

Chris and Gabor

(On behalf of the Workshop Organisers, Chris Pickard, Gabor Csanyi, Mike Payne, Richard Needs, Michiel Sprik, and Mike Finnis)

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Ab initio (from electronic structure) calculation of complex processes in materials