Dresden 2017 – wissenschaftliches Programm

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MM: Fachverband Metall- und Materialphysik

MM 35: Electronic Structure Theory: New Concepts and Developments in Density Functional Theory and Beyond

MM 35.11: Poster

Dienstag, 21. März 2017, 18:30–20:30, P2-OG4

A Hubbard U based correction method for exciton binding in neutral excitations: TDDFT+U — •Okan K. Orhan and David D. O’Regan — School of Physics, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

The DFT+U (density-functional theory + Hubbard U) method is widely used to improve the approximate DFT description of the ground state properties of solids and molecules comprising transition-metal ions. We introduce its generalisation to the time domain in the guise of TDDFT+U (time-dependent DFT+U), intended to extend these improvements to the calculation of neutral excitations. Related methods have been previously discussed [1,2], and here we offer a detailed treatment emphasising single-particle excitations and absorption spectra. Our software implementation is a combination of the linear-scaling DFT+U [3] and linear-response TDDFT [4] functionalities available in the ONETEP code [5]. In a study of small nickel-comprising molecules, we find that the Hubbard U correction to the exchange-correlation kernel acts to partially cancel the effects of the DFT+U term of the underlying ground-state potential, enhancing the exciton binding.

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