Electron Correlations and Materials Properties 2

Hardcover | January 31, 2003

EditorA. Gonis, Nicholis Kioussis, Mikael Ciftan

not yet rated|write a review
This volume contains the proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Electron Correlations and Materials Properties. The aim of this series of workshops is to provide a periodic (triennial) and in-depth assessment of advances in the study and understanding of the effects that electron-electron interactions in solids have on the determination of measurable properties of materials. The workshop is structured to include exposure to experimental work, to phenomenology, and to ab initio theory. Since correlation effects are pervasive the workshop aims to concentrate on the identification of promising developing methodology, experimental and theoretical, addressing the most critical frontier issues of electron correlations on the properties of materials. This series of workshops is distinguished from other topical meetings and conferences in that it strongly promotes an interdisciplinary approach to the study of correlations, involving the fields of quantum chemistry, physics, and materials science.

Pricing and Purchase Info

$310.95

In stock online
Ships free on orders over $25

From the Publisher

This volume contains the proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Electron Correlations and Materials Properties. The aim of this series of workshops is to provide a periodic (triennial) and in-depth assessment of advances in the study and understanding of the effects that electron-electron interactions in solids have on the...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:428 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.27 inPublished:January 31, 2003Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0306474468

ISBN - 13:9780306474460

Look for similar items by category:

Customer Reviews of Electron Correlations and Materials Properties 2

Reviews

Extra Content

Table of Contents

Preface. Part 1: Experimental Indications of Correlation Effects in Materials. Pressure-Induced Effects in Magnetic Materials with F- and D-electrons; V. Syschovsky, et al. Electron Correlation and Plutonium Phase Diagram; C. Lawson, et al. Size and Interface Effects in Patterned Magnetic and Superconducting Thin Films; L.E. de Long, et al. Part 2: Phenomological Studies of Correlation Effects. Spectral Density Functional Approach to Electronic Correlations and Magnetism in Crystals; I. Lichtenstein, et al. Origins of Heavy Quasiparticles; P. Fulde. Orbital Properties of Vanadium Ions in Magnetically Ordered V2O3; S.W. Lovesey, et al. Theory of Manganites; A. Moreo, E. Dagotto. The Kondo-Lattice Model for Cerium Compounds; B. Coqblin, et al. A Geometric Approach to Correlated Systems; J. Berakdar. On Sine-Gordon Vortices in High-Temperature Superconductors; O. Hudak. Spin Permutation at Work in the BCS Hamiltonian; J. Szeftel. Part 3: Ab Initio Studies of Correlation Effects. Electron Correlation From Molecules to Materials; R.J. Bartlett. Can Density Functional Theory Describe Strongly Correlated Electronic Systems? J.P. Perdew. Exchange-Correlation Energy as a Function of the Orbital Occupancies; P. Pou, et al. Base-Corrected Perturbation Theories of Intermolecular Interactions; A. Vibok, et al. What is Time-Dependent Density Function Theory? Successes and Challenges; N.T. Maitra, et al. Ensemble Hartree-Fock and Kohn-Sham Schemes for Excited States: The Optimized Effective Potential Method; N.I. Gidopoulos, et al. Density-Matrix Functional Theory and the High-Density Electron Gas; P. Ziesche. Toward the Construction of an Exchange-Correlation Potential in Electronic-Structure Calculation of Two-Particle States in Solids; A. Gonis. Electron Correlations in Disordered Alloys and at Metallic Surfaces; V. Drchal, et al. Quantal Density Function Theory; V. Sahni. Uniform Electron Gas from Two-Particle Wavefunctions; P. Gori-Giorgi. Density Functional Theory from the Extreme Limits of Correlation; M. Seidl. Ab Initio Study of Iron Magnetism along Bain's Path: Applications to Overlayers; M. Friak, et al. Index.