Dresden 2014 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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HL: Fachverband Halbleiterphysik

HL 64: Frontiers of electronic structure theory - Non-equilibrium phenomena at the nano-scale IV (organized by O)

Mittwoch, 2. April 2014, 10:30–13:15, TRE Ma

10:30 HL 64.1 Topical Talk: From Rydberg Crystals to Bound Magnons - Probing the Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices — •Immanuel Bloch
11:00 HL 64.2 Correlated Light-Matter Interactions in Cavity QED — •Johannes Flick, Heiko Appel, and Angel Rubio
11:15 HL 64.3 Optimized effective potential approach to time-dependent density functional theory for many-electron systems interacting with cavity photons — •Camilla Pellegrini, Johannes Flick, Heiko Appel, Ilya V. Tokatly, and Angel Rubio
11:30 HL 64.4 Correlated photon-electron wavefunctions in cavity Quantum Electrodynamics — •Heiko Appel, Johannes Flick, Rene Jestaedt, and Angel Rubio
11:45 HL 64.5 Photoelectron driven plasmaron excitations in (2x2)K/Graphite — •Bo Hellsing
12:00 HL 64.6 Charge-transfer excitations in organic systems from many-body perturbation theory — •Xavier Blase, Carina Faber, Paul Boulanger, Claudio Attaccalite, and Ivan Duchemin
12:15 HL 64.7 Charge transfer from first principles: self-consistent GW applied to donor-acceptor systems — •Fabio Caruso, Viktor Atalla, Angel Rubio, Matthias Scheffler, and Patrick Rinke
12:30 HL 64.8 What Koopmans’ compliant orbital-density dependent functionals can do for you: a comprehensive benchmark of the G2-set — •Giovanni Borghi, Ngoc Linh Nguyen, Andrea Ferretti, Ismaila Dabo, and Nicola Marzari
12:45 HL 64.9 The electronic structure of quinacridone: Optimally tuned range-separated hybrid functional versus GW resultsDaniel Lüftner, Sivan Refaely-Abramson, Michael Pachler, Michael G. Ramsey, Leeor Kronik, and •Peter Puschnig
13:00 HL 64.10 GW many-body perturbation theory for electron-phonon coupling calculations — •Carina Faber, Paul Boulanger, Ivan Duchemin, and Xavier Blase
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