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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } 38m
RT!!! Learn QE! is one of the widest used PW codes out there... and guess what? Its ! Maybe I don't need to say that its a personal favorite here at , just checked on my HSE06 run a couple minutes ago!
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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } 45m
Glad to see you're on Twitter now, ! We focus on sharing work in / Condensed Matter (), and . Feel free to tag us and use the above hashtags to share relevant papers to the broader Community!
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Michiel van Setten 2h
New work using pseudopotentials: Stacking-dependent excitonic properties of bilayer blue phosphorene by Iyikanat et al.
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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } 49m
Another good morning read, ☕ Hybrid , "Intrinsic Instability of the Hybrid Halide Perovskite CH3NH3PbI3" * in via
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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } 1h
The recommends a read to start the day: 💻☕ Real time time-dependent density functional theory using higher order finite-element methods, 🤘🏻 in
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Michiel van Setten 17h
New work using pseudopotentials: Optimizing the Orbital Occupation in the Multiple Minima Problem of Magnetic Materials from the Metaheuristic Firefly Algorithm by Payne et al.
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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } 1h
Surprised and glad to see Firefly in use too!! Thanks !!
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Physical Review B 18h
Check out the recent publications for Physical Review B!
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Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Sep 20
This new paper in our Molecular Magnetism special issue presents three novel Iron(II) spin-crossover complexes with both experimental and theoretical analysis
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Etienne I. Palos 👨🏻‍💻🌮 Sep 22
🤔 Mhm, mhm As a mere mortal undergrad I still don't understand half of this but I trust in anything that has to do with ...
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Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Sep 20
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Make sure you keep a look out here for the latest contributions to the collection!
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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } Sep 20
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Physical Review B Sep 19
Eigenstate scaling in clusters: From chaotic to integrable Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev models
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Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter Sep 16
O–Y and O–Y–Ti nanoclusters embedded in bcc Fe-CT steels can quench radiation defects, making them candidates for nuclear reactor materials. This interesting paper explores the mechanisms involved using DFT
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Physical Review B Sep 21
Cooper pairing of incoherent electrons: An electron-phonon version of the Sachdev-Ye-Kitaev model
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Physical Review B Sep 20
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Physical Review B Sep 21
Emergent and conserved current at a one-dimensional incarnation of deconfined critical point
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Physical Review B Sep 20
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{ Computational Condensed Matter Club } Sep 18
This is one example of done using the pseudopotentials. SHG in monolayer monochalcogenides, in
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