Time dependent Density-Functional Theory: Prospects and Applications

International Workshop:                                            8-11th September 2004

List of invited speakers and their contribution:
Steven G. Louie Berkeley, USA "Excitations in Nanostructures"
Roberto Car Princeton, New Jersey, USA  
Rex Godby York, UK "Self-Energy Approaches for Excited and Ground States: Lessons for and from DFT
Kieron Burke Rutgers, New Jersey, USA "Electron-molecule collisions from TDDFT"
Neepa Maitra Rutgers, New Jersey, USA "Aspects of non-adiabaticity in TDDFT"
Robert van Leeuwen Groningen, The Netherlands "Conservation laws in TDDFT"
Andreas Goerling Munich, Germany "Exact-exchange TDDFT methods for molecules and solids"
Lucia Reining Paris, France  
Michiel Sprik Cambridge, UK "TDDDFT applications in condensed molecular systems."
Ulf von Barth Lund, Sweden  
Carl-Olof Almblahd Lund, Sweden  
Giovanni Vignale Univ. Missouri, USA "Time-dependent spin density functional theory: transport and dynamics"
Pablo Garcia Gonzalez UAM, Madrid, Spain  
Juerg Hutter Zurich, Switzerland "TDDFT for molecular liquids and solids"
Tuomas Torsti Helsinki, Finland  "Real-space multigrid methods for DFT and TDDFT"
Yoshiyuki Miyamoto NEC, Japan "TDDFT approach on photo-induced ultrafast dynamics in carbon nanotubes"
Martin Fuchs FHI, Berlin, Germany "Use of the the adiabatic-connection fluctuation-dissipation
approach to exchange-correlation in the ground state"
Roi Baer The Hebrew University, Israel "Time dependent density functional theory: new functionals and applications"
Raffaele Resta
Universita di Trieste, Italy
"Localization and polarization in the insulating state of matter"
Shaul Mukamel
University of California at Irvine, USA
"TDDFT formulation of intermolecular forces"
Ilya Tokatly
Universitaet Erlangen-
Nuernberg, Germany
"Quantum many-body  dynamics in Lagrangian frame: Geometric formulation of TDDFT"
Giacomo Mulas
Cagliari, Italy

Paul L. de Boeij
"The time-dependent current-functional approach for the response of solids and polymers"

Besides the stundents of the school who will also take part in the workshop, the following persons have confirmed their presence:

Ali Alavi Cambridge, UK
Yuko Kumeda Cambridge, UK
Francesco Sottile Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France
GRUNING, myrta Donostia International Physics Center
Trond SAUE Universite Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
KURZWEIL, Yair The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Riccardo Nifosì Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy
TATEYAMA Yoshitaka Cambridge, UK
WALTER, Michael University of Jyvaskyaa, Finnlandia
Wojtek Welnic Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France
Gianluca Stefanucci Lund, Sweden
Erich Runge Dresden, Germany
MENCONI, Giuseppina University College London
OKOPINSKA, Anna Institute of Physics, Swietokrzyska Academy, Kielce, Poland
Valerie Veniard Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France