DMFT at 25: Infinite Dimensions

Lecture notes of the Autumn-School on Correlated Electrons 2014
  1. Dieter Vollhardt
    From Gutzwiller Wave Functions to Dynamical Mean-Field Theory
  2. Gabriel Kotliar
    Electronic Structure of Correlated Materials: Slave-Boson Methods and Dynamical Mean-Field Theory
  3. Antoine Georges
    Dynamical Mean-Field Theory: Materials from an Atomic Viewpoint beyond the Landau Paradigm
  4. Alexander Lichtenstein
    Development of the LDA+DMFT Approach
  5. Tim Wehling
    Projectors, Hubbard U, Charge Self-Consistency, and Double Counting
  6. Eva Pavarini
    Linear Response Functions
  7. Fakher Assaad
    Continuous-Time QMC Solvers for Electronic Systems in Fermionic and Bosonic Baths
  8. Erik Koch
    Quantum Cluster Methods
  9. Michael Potthoff
    Making Use of Self-Energy Functionals: The Variational Cluster Approximation
  10. Karsten Held
    Dynamical Vertex Approximation
  11. Walter Metzner
    Functional Renormalization Group Approach to Interacting Fermi Systems: DMFT as a Booster Rocket
  12. Marcus Kollar
    Correlated Electron Dynamics and Nonequilibrium Dynamical Mean-Field Theory
  13. Ján Minár
    Theoretical Description of ARPES: The One-Step Model
  14. Michael Sing
    Introduction to Photoemission Spectroscopy
  15. Hao Tjeng
    Challenges from Experiment: Correlation Effects and Electronic Dimer Formation in Ti2O3

OpenAccess Book

book cover The lecture notes have been published as a book:

Eva Pavarini, Erik Koch, Dieter Vollhardt, and Alexander Lichtenstein (eds.)
DMFT at 25: Infinite Dimensions
Modeling and Simulation, Vol. 4
Verlag des Forschungszentrum Jülich, 2014
ISBN 978-3-89336-953-9

Autumn School on Correlated Electrons

Overview of the Schools in the Series