Session Code: T

Minisymposium Title: Mathematics and Algorithms for Excited States of Materials

Minisymposium Description: Quantitative predictions for excited state phenomena are at the leading edge of modern theories for the electronic structure of materials. These predicative capabilities have a wide range of applications in the design and simulation of new materials for photovoltaics, energy storage and other nanoelectronic devices. In this minisymposium, we bring researchers from both materials science and mathematics to discuss methodologies and algorithms for modeling, computing and analyzing excited state properties of materials. The topics to be covered include but are not limited to many-body perturbation theory and Green's function methods, time-dependent density functional theory

Minisymposium Organizer: Chao Yang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA, Eric Cances, Ecole des Ponts and Inria, France

Efthimios Kaxiras, Harvard University, USA-TBD
Xinguo Ren-TBD
Gabriel Stoltz, CERMICS, France-A Mathematical Analysis of the GW Method for Computing Electronic Excited Energies
Di Liu, Michigan State University, USA-TBD
David A. Strubbe and Jeffrey C. Grossman-Ab initio parametrization of bond-polarizability model for Raman spectroscopy of a-Si:H
Lin-Wang Wang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA-TBD

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