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We are happy to announce that on June 14-18, 2021 we will hold the 2021 Virtual School on Electron-Phonon Physics and the EPW code. This is the second event of a series that started in 2018 with the…

At a time when many scientists and students are taking advantage of enforced isolation at home to learn new skills, ETSF scientists*

Recent ETSF publications

S. Di Sabatino, J. Koskelo, J. Berger, P. Romaniello; Screened extended Koopmans theorem: Photoemission at weak and strong…Physical Review B 107, (2023).
S. Hanselman, F. Calle-Vallejo, M.T.M. Koper; Computational description of surface hydride phases on Pt(111)…Journal of Chemical Physics 158, 014703, (2023).
N. Arulmozhi, S. Hanselman, V. Tudor, X. Chen, D. van Velden, G. Schneider, F. Calle-Vallejo, M. Koper; Energetics and Kinetics of Hydrogen Electrosorption on a Graphene-…Journal of the American Chemical Society(2022).