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Excited states of matter, simulating them will be simpler  

Pisa Modena - 09.08.2019 - Excited states of matter, simulating them will be simpler
A research conducted by Stefano Pittalis from CnrNANO and Tim Gould from Griffith University, makes it easier to conduct simulations of states of matter so far difficult to deal with computation.
Stefano Pittalis and Tim Gould have shown that in order to simulate with a DFT-like approach passive state ensembles ( i.e. states of matter that include higher-than-normal energies) it is necessary to include an additional form of correlation, which they referred to as "density-driven correlation". The results are published on Physical Review Letters.

Read the PRL article here: Density-Driven Correlations in Many-Electron Ensembles: Theory and Application for Excited States
Read the featured news here (in Italian) : Stati eccitati della materia, simularli sarà più semplice


 


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