This was the "exciting Shanghai School 2018"

The "exciting Shanghai School 2018" consisted of hands-on tutorials as well as keynote lectures on first-principles simulations in materials science. This event was hosted by the International Centre for Quantum and Molecular Structures ICQMS of the Shanghai university. It took place in Shanghai, China, November 17-22, 2018.


Conference Photo:

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Conference talks

  • The list of conference talks is given in the following. Click on author name or title to get the corresponding PDF file, when available.

Invited talks

  • Matthias Scheffler: Introduction to electronic-structure calculations
  • Weitao Yang: Basics of density-functional theory
  • Weitao Yang: Advanced basics of density-functional theory
  • Andris Gulans: (L)APW+lo
  • Hong Guo: Computational Materials Science by RESCU-a KS-DFT method for solving thousands of atoms
  • Pasquale Pavone: "exciting" in a nutshell
  • Pasquale Pavone: Structure optimization and elastic properties
  • Fabio Caruso: Phonons and electron-phonon interactions
  • Jiawang Hong: Anharmonic lattice dynamics in advanced materials: from first-principles and inelastic scattering measurement
  • Lucia Reining: Quasi-particles in the GW method
  • Andris Gulans: GW in LAPW+lo
  • Lucia Reining: Time-dependent density-functional theory
  • Matthias Scheffler: An introduction to the NOMAD Project
  • Claudia Draxl: The NOMAD encycolpedia and visualization tools
  • Tongyi Zhang
  • Sven Lubeck: Numerical-error estimates for the DFT calculations and materials databases
  • Claudia Draxl: Theory of Optical and Core-level Spectroscopy
  • Maria Troppenz: NOMAD analytic toolkit and the cluster expansion method
  • Christian Vorwerk: Theoretical Optical and Core Spectroscopy in Practice
  • Hong Jiang: Towards first-principles approaches to strongly correlated materials
  • Alessandro Stroppa: Magneto-optical Kerr Effect (MOKE) and Second-Harmonic generation (SHG)
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