Scientists, students, and postdocs are invited to attend a 2-day workshop and hands-on tutorials on quantum simulations, including first-principles molecular dynamics, many-body perturbation theory, and advanced sampling. The workshop, organized by the Midwest Integrated Center for Computational Materials (MICCoM) and held at Argonne, is open to the public.
The workshop will include lectures and hands-on exercises that apply cutting-edge algorithms to simulations of materials for energy and quantum information science, utilizing codes developed by MICCoM:
- First-principles molecular dynamics (Qbox)
- Many-body perturbation theory (WEST)
- Free-energy sampling methods (SSAGES)
- Spin coherence time calculations (PyCCE)
The event will focus on how these codes may be used and coupled in order to compute properties of complex heterogeneous systems and how to validate experimental data.
Lecturers and Instructors
Giulia Galli, Argonne (CME) and University of Chicago
Francois Gygi, University of California, Davis
Marco Govoni, Argonne (CME) and University of Chicago
Yu Jin, University of Chicago
Elizabeth Lee, University of Chicago
Nikita Onizuk, University of Chicago
Christian Vorwerk, University of Chicago
Jonathan Whitmer, University of Notre Dame
Victor Yu, Argonne
Cunzhi Zhang, University of Chicago
Pablo Zubieta, University of Chicago
The deadline for registration is September 30, 2022.