Time dependent Density-Functional Theory: Prospects and Applications

International Workshop and School   

2004, August 29 -- September 11


Program

time
29/8
30/8
31/8
1/9
2/9
3/9
5/9
6/9
7/9
9-10h30
DFT1
NUM
PP PROP1+DP
free APP1
APP2
BIO1
ALT1
11-12h30
VXC TDDFT1 TDDFT2
TDDFT3
free PROP2 RT
BIO2
ALT2
14h30-16
OCT1
OCT3
QD2
OCT4 PW1
PW3
PW4
PROJ
ALT2
16h30-18h00
OCT2
QD1
QD3
QD4
PW2
QD5
PROJ
PROJ
free

Theoretical Sessions

DFT1
U. von Barth
An Introduction to DFT
VXC U. von Barth
XC functionals
NUM X. Gonze
Numerical methods: plane waves real space methods, etc.
TDDFT E.K.U. Gross
Time dependent density functional theory
PP
X. Gonze Pseudopotentials
PROP A. Castro
Propagation schemes (1h45 + 45m)
APP
A. Rubio Applications of TDDFT for finite and infinite systems
DP
V. Olevano
Implementation of TDDFT for solids (45 m.)
RT

Round table - the past and future of TDDFT
BIO
X Lopez
Biological systems
ALT1
L. Reining
TDDFT vs BSE
ALT2
G. Vignale
TDDFT vs CDFT

Practical Sessions

OCT
A. Castro, M. Marques
Finite systems using octopus
QD
F. Nogueira, M. Marques
Development of a TDDFT program for quantum dots
PW
S. Botti, X. Gonze
Periodic systems with ABINIT
PROJ

Project

Note:  During the school we will incentive a close and informal contact between the students and the teachers. Furthermore, the students will be stimulated to talk about their current research activities and future interests. We feel that this is an important point, since young scientists should be involved in the building up of a strong community.


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