GDR Meeting 2015

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GDR CORREL meeting, 08-10 July 2015, Marseilles

Aix-Marseille Université, Campus Saint-Charles, Amphi Sciences Naturelles


The next GdR-CORREL meeting will take place on the 8th to 10th July 2015 in Marseilles on the St-Charles campus.


The slides of the talks are available


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Registrations

Registrations are closed, nevertheless if you want to participate you can contact directly the local organizers:

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Confirmed speakers

Invited speakers will have a large speaking time, 90 minutes, to provide a real lecture on their specific topics and to promote a discussion with the audience.

  • Prof. Willem Klopper (KIT, Allemagne) : Overview on explicitely correlated methods
  • Prof. Cyrus Umrigar (Cornell University, USA) : Overview on QMC methods
  • Prof. Trygve Ulf Helgaker (University of Oslo, Norvège) : Fundamentals of DFT
  • Dr. Xavier Blase (Grenoble-Alpes University, France) : Green functions and beyond


Program

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Here you can download the short and long versions of the schedule and the oral communication abstracts.

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Slides of the oral communications

Dr. Xavier Blase The GW and Bethe-Salpeter Green’s function formalisms
Pr. Trygve Helgaker Fundamentals of DFT
Pr. Willem Klopper Overview on explicitly correlated methods
Pr. Cyrus Umrigar Overview on QMC methods
Lorenzo Ugo Ancarani A Sturmian Approach to Structure and Ionization Processes of Atoms and Molecules
Claudio Attaccalite Nonlinear reponse of solids within the GW plus Bethe Salpeter approximation: application to second- and third-harmonic generation
Roland Assaraf Computing physical properties in quantum Monte Carlo with statistical fluctuations independent of system size
Arjan Berger Fully parameter-free calculation of optical spectra for insulators, semiconductors and metals from a simple polarization functional
Roberto A. Boto On the topology of the reduced density gradient
Patrick Cassam-Chenai Electron correlation versus electron-nucleus correlation
Emanuele Coccia Time-dependent configuration interaction for high-harmonic generation
Odile Franck Convergence en base de la theorie de la fonctionelle de la densite avec separation de portee
Emmanuel Giner Spin density and metal-ligand delocalization: some insight from wave function theory
Patricia Guevara Etude des vibrations intermoleculaires et intramoleculaires de l'indene et de ses analogues heterocycles
Denis Hagebaum-Reignier Stability and bonding in the ground and excited states of lithium fluoride LinF clusters
Félix Mouhat Fully quantum dynamics of proton transfer in aqueous systems: the case study of the Zundel ion
Bastien Mussard Range-Separated Random Phase Approximations
Nathaniel Raimbault Gauge-Invariant Calculation of Static and Dynamical Magnetic Properties from Current Density
Elisa Rebolini Time-independent range-separated density functional theory for molecular excitation energies
Anthony Scemama A convenient issue to the multiple parentage problem: test of a MRCC method and prospects


Local Organizers

  • Paola Nava
  • Stéphane Humbel
  • Denis Hagebaum-Reignier
  • Yannick Carissan

Sponsorship

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