Workshop Details
VIRTUAL WORKSHOP – Low-scaling and Unconventional Electronic Structure Techniques Conference (LUEST) 2020
06/01/2020 - 06/05/2020
Meeting Description:

This workshop will examine off-the-beaten path approaches to electronic structure theory, particularly low-scaling and unconventional methods. Format: Invited lectures and poster presenters. Anyone attending, who is not an invited speaker, is expected to present a poster.

Themes for the LUEST 2020 workshop:
I. Unconventional electronic structure methods
Novel methods particularly for strong correlation
-Exact/extremely accurate solutions to the Schrodinger equation
-Low scaling techniques and accurate calculations on very large systems
-Density Matrix Renormalization Group and Tensor Networks
-Reduced Density Matrix methods
-Quantum Monte Carlo and Stochastic Approaches
-Unconventional Density Functionals
-Density Matrix Functional Theory
-Non-Gaussian basis sets (for instance numerical, finite element)

II. Bridging the gap between the physics and chemistry community
-Dynamical Mean Field Theory
-Random Phase Approximation for ground state correlations
-The GW method
-The Bethe-Salpeter equation
-COHSEX and other Green's Function models

Notes:

STUDENT REGISTRATION ($50) via this link (need to write the name of the workshop in the workshop field):
https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/aJI3OTBxK5f2GnXy-sqhYA

Registration is open to all those interested, limited to 60 participants including invited speakers. Attendants not speaking are encouraged to present a poster.

The Virtual Workshop fee of $200 also allows for complimentary access to the Virtual Live Lecture Series.

Supporting Files:

Virtual LUEST 2020.docx
Meeting Venue:

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP – Low-scaling and Unconventional Electronic Structure Techniques Conference (LUEST) 2020 Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Banerjee, Samragni The Ohio State University
Chan, Garnet California Institute of Technology
Chen, Guo Rice University
Chen, Yuting University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Cui, Zhihao Caltech
DePrince, Eugene Florida State University
Dhawan, Diksha University of Michigan
Evangelista, Francesco Emory University
Gagliardi, Laura University of Minnesota
Hapka, Michal Lodz University of Technology
Harsha, Gaurav Rice University
He, Nan EMORY UNIVERSITY
Huang, Meng Emory University
Huang, Renke Emory University
Larsson, Henrik California Institute of Technology
Levine, Benjamin Michigan State University
Li, Chenyang Emory University
Li, Xiaosong University of Washington
Mahajan, Ankit University of Colorado, Boulder
Mazin, Ilia The Ohio State University
Neuscamman, Eric University of California, Berkeley
Pernal, Kasia Lodz University of Technology
Pham, Hung University of Minnesota
Piecuch, Piotr Michigan State University
Pokhilko, Pavel University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Pulay, Peter University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Rubenstein, Brenda Brown University
Scuseria, Gustavo Rice University
Sharma, Sandeep University of Colorado, Boulder
Shea, Jacqueline University of California - Berkeley
Shee, Avijit University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Shushkov, Philip California Institute of Technology
Sokolov, Alexander The Ohio State University
Stahl, Terrence Ohio State University
Stair, Nicholas Emory University
Toth, Zsuzsanna Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, CERMICS
Tsuchimochi, Takashi Kobe University
Wang, Shuhe Emory University
Wang, Xiao Flatiron Institute, Simons Foundation
White, Alec California Institute of Technology
Zgid, Dominika University of Michigan
Zhou, Yanbing University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Zhu, Tianyu California Institute of Technology

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