Correlated Electrons: From Models to Materials

Lecture notes of the Autumn School on Correlated Electrons 2012
  1. Alexander Lichtenstein
    Correlated Electrons: Why we need models to understand real Materials
  2. David Singh
    Density Functional Theory and Applications to Transition Metal Oxides
  3. Ole Andersen
    NMTOs and their Wannier Functions
  4. Matteo Cococcioni
    The LDA+U Approach: A Simple Hubbard Correction for Correlated Ground States
  5. Jörg Bünemann
    The Gutzwiller Density Functional Theory
  6. Eva Pavarini
    Crystal-field Theory, Tight-binding Method, and Jahn-Teller Effect
  7. Erik Koch
    Exchange Mechanisms
  8. Robert Eder
    Multiplets in Transition Metal Ions
  9. Olle Gunnarsson
    Strongly Correlated Electrons: Estimates of Model Parameters
  10. Rudolf Zeller
    DFT-based Green Function Approach for Impurity Calculations
  11. Frithjof Anders
    The Kondo Effect
  12. Ralf Bulla
    The Numerical Renormalization Group
  13. Mark Jarrell
    The Maximum Entropy Method
  14. Andrey Mishchenko
    Stochastic Optimization for Analytical Continuation: When a priori Knowledge is Missing
  15. David DiVincenzo
    Introduction to Quantum Information
  16. Norbert Schuch
    Entanglement in correlated quantum systems: A quantum information perspective

OpenAccess Book

book cover The lecture notes have been published as a book:

Eva Pavarini, Erik Koch, Frithjof Anders, and Mark Jarrell (eds.)
Correlated Electrons: From Models to Materials
Modeling and Simulation, Vol. 2
Verlag des Forschungszentrum Jülich, 2012
ISBN 978-3-89336-796-2

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