Electronic structure has multiple branches, some of them over the years became established "gold standards" while others are emerging and developing rapidly. However, each of these branches faces some challenges that if overcame could lead to new exciting areas of applications. The aim of this workshop is to identify these "frontiers of electronic structure" and by collective brain storming help reaching them and extending the applicability of both established and emerging methods.
How will electronic structure evolve in next years? What new challenges should we attempt to tackle to successively grow as a field? How can we collectively design and implement novel theories while educating future generations of theorists working on these new problems? Which problems are currently almost within reach?
We plan to assemble a diverse group of theorists featuring both starting and established researchers that represent multiple branches of electronic structure and related fields such as materials science, computational biology, and condensed matter to discuss these issues. This workshop is by invitation only.
The relaxed Telluride environment will be ideal for the workshop participants to actively involve into charting a new road map for electronic structure that can benefit our whole field in the future.
Please refer to this site for additional information:
Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Ave Telluride CO 81435
|Baer, Roi||The Hebrew University|
|Bravaya, Ksenia||Boston University|
|Burow, Asbjoern||LMU Munich|
|Chan, Garnet||California Institute of Technology|
|Coriani, Sonia||DTU Chemistry - Technical University of Denmark|
|Evangelista, Francesco||Emory University|
|Gauss, Jürgen||Johannes Gutenberg-UniversitÃ¤t Mainz|
|Hsu, Chao-Ping||Academia Sinica|
|Manby, Fred||University of Bristol|
|Mayhall, Nick||Virginia Tech|
|Neuscamman, Eric||UC Berkeley|
|Rubenstein, Brenda||Brown University|
|Scuseria, Gustavo||Rice University|
|Sharma, Sandeep||University of Colorado, Boulder|
|Shiozaki, Toru||Northwestern University|
|Slipchenko, Lyudmila||Purdue University|
|Staroverov, Viktor||The University of Western Ontario|
|Valeyev, Eduard||Virginia Tech|
|Voorhis, Troy Van||MIT|
|Yanai, Takeshi||Institute for Molecular Science|
|Zgid, Dominika||University of Michigan|