A recent study of hot carriers from several SCIDAC team members and using the BerkeleyGW package has been covered by the LBNL News Center. You can see the full story here: http://newscenter.lbl.gov/2014/07/17/first-ab-initio-method-for-characterizing-hot-carriers/
Congratulations to SCIDAD PI Jim Chelikowsky who has been awarded the 2013 Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics from the APS “For computational applications of quantum theories to understand and predict material properties.”
Physical Origin of Satellites in Photoemission of Doped Graphene: An Ab Initio GW Plus Cumulant Study.
Below is the presentation given by Jim Chelikowsky at the SCIDAC PI meeting last fall.
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