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Collaboration Teams

Collaboration Teams (CT) are small groups of researchers sharing their understanding of challenging topics, more particularly discussing the problems they are working on. This is how ETSF members develop theory and codes in an efficient way, avoiding duplication of efforts and joining researchers' abundant ideas together.

Correlation CT Advance the comprehension, description, and prediction of the effects of electron correlation in real materials, which is nowadays one of the greatest challenges for the theoreticians of condensed matter.
Electron-Vibration CT Inclusion of vibrational couplings effects in the theoretical description of materials and processes, which challenges theory, since different interactions of comparable strength (electron-electron, electron-phonon) have to be taken into account on equal footing.
huge Systems CT Structural determination of huge systems, DSCF and G0W0 for finite systems, realistic systems: nanostructures/molecules and their use in PV, photocatalysis, organic electronics, and multiscale approaches are exemples of topics discussed, challenging more computers than theory.
Quantum Transport CT Understand fast quantum dynamics of nano-scale systems for truly predictive theory and simulation techniques for electronic quantum transport through molecular-scale nanostructures.