In this school, the researchers affiliated with Comscope, a BNL-based, DOE-BES funded, Computational Materials Science Center, will provide an overview of its software toolkit that enables the computation of the electronic structure of real materials. An overview and hands-on training of three software modules will be provided: i) FlapwMBPT, an all electron first principles code that comes enabled with imaginary time GW and the ability to compute vertex corrections; ii) two dynamical mean field theory (DMFT)-based electronic structure codes employing either LDA or linearized self-consistent quasi-particle GW (LQSGW); iii) a code based on combining the rotationally invariant slave both method (RISB) and LDA that is considerable less expensive to run than LDA+DMFT or LQSGW+DMFT.
- Introduction to Dynamical Mean Field Theory and the Electronic Structure of Real Materials
- Introduction and Hands-on Training to FlapwMBPT
- Introduction and Hands-on Training to LDA+, LQSGW+DMFT
- Introduction and Hands-on Training to RISB+LDA
- Sangkook Choi (BNL)
- Gabi Kotliar (Rutgers)
- Andrey Kutepov (BNL)
- Nicola Lanata (Aarhus)
- Corey Melnick (BNL)
- Vincent Sacksteder (Rutgers)
- Yongxin Yao (AMES)
Summer School Co-sponsors
- Robert Konik (BNL)
- Gabriel Kotliar (BNL/Rutgers U.)
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|May 5, 2021||Registration opens|
|June 24, 2021||Registration closes|
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