Simons Collaboration on the Many Electron Problem Annual Meeting 2022

Date & Time

Andrew Millis
co-Director, Center for Computational Quantum Physics, The Flatiron Institute
Professor of Physics, Columbia University

Meeting goals:
The final meeting of the Many Electrons Collaboration will be devoted to a summary of progress on the Collaboration’s main focus areas of diagrammatic Monte Carlo, embedding methods, and electronic superconductivity, and to an assessment of the important open issues in the field.

Kristjian Haule, Rutgers University
Boris Svistunov, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Michel Ferrero, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris
Steven White, University of Califonia, Irvine
Emanuel Gull, University of Michigan
Lukas Wagner, University of Illinois
Dominika Zgid, University of Michigan
Tianyu Zhu, Yale University

  • Agendaplus--large

    Thursday, February 10

    9:30 AMKristjian Haule | From the electron gas to the lattice dynamics of correlated electron materials
    10:30 AMBREAK
    11:00 AMBoris Svistunov | New insights into the problem of Cooper instability: Uniform electron gas and bond bipolarons
    12:00 PMLUNCH
    1:00 PMMichel Ferrero | The weak, the strong and the long: correlation regimes of the Hubbard model
    2:00 PMBREAK
    2:30 PMSteven White | Superconductivity in the Hubbard model
    3:30 PMBREAK
    4:00 PMEmanuel Gull | Analytical continuation revisited: connections to Nevanlinna theory and applications

    Friday, February 11

    9:30 AMLukas Wagner | Systematic verification of embedding and downfolding methods: high accuracy reference data on first principles systems using quantum Monte Carlo
    10:30 AMBREAK
    11:00 AMDominika Zgid | TBA
    12:00 PMLUNCH
    1:00 PMTianyu Zhu | All orbital embedding theories
  • Participation & Fundingplus--large

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  • Contactsplus--large

    Travel & Hotel Assistance
    Ovation Travel Team

    Meeting Questions & Assistance
    Emily Klein
    Event Coordinator, MPS, Simons Foundation
    (646) 751-1262

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