Computational Electronic Structure of Condensed Matter
CCP9 is the Collaborative Computational Project for the Study of the Electronic Structure of Condensed Matter.
CCP9 provides a network which connects UK research groups in electronic structure, facilitates UK participation in the larger European Psi-k Network and supports a number of cutting edge computational codes. The chairman of CCP9 is Prof. Stewart Clark, University of Durham.
CRYSTAL23 v1.0.1, a powerful and scalable computational tool for solid state chemistry and physics was released on 19 December ... Read more
New CCP9 computational scientist
Manuel Dos Santos Dias has recently joined the Daresbury CCP9 group. He was previously stationed at Forschungszentrum Juelich with ... Read more
Psi-k Scientific Highlight #154
Non-linear response of solids and nanostructures: a real-time prospective by Claudio Attaccalite, Davide Sangalli, Myrta Gruening ... Read more
CCP5 Summerschool 2023
Event date - July 16, 2023
Event time - 12:00 am
16-27 July 2023, University of Durham Organised by CCP5 and sponsored by CECAM, the School is intended for newcomers to the science of molecular simulation and will provide a comprehensive introduction to the theoretical background as well ... Read more
GAP/(m)ACE Developers & Users Meeting 2023
Event date - September 12, 2023
Event time - 12:00 am
12-15 September 2023 at the University of Warwick More details to follow at https://gap-ml.org/du-meetings/du-meeting-2023/ Read more
Twistronics of 2D materials: from modelling to real systems
Event date - September 20, 2023
Event time - 9:00 am
The workshop will take place in Manchester from September 20-22, 2023. The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers from different modelling communities and experimentalists to discuss recent advances in the field of twistronics as ... Read more
Recent CCP9 Flagships
“Quasiparticle Self Consistent GW (QSGW) for next generation electronic structure”, PI Mark van Schilfgaarde (King’s College London)
“Excitations in Complex Environments: Multiphysics embedding for large scale electronic structure”, PI Nick Hine (University of Warwick)
Recent Papers from the CCP9 community
J. Barker, D. Pashov, and J. Jackson , Electronic structure and finite temperature magnetism of yttrium iron garnet.
Edward B. Linscott, Daniel J. Cole, Nicholas D. M. Hine, Michael C. Payne, and Cedric Weber, ONETEP + TOSCAM: uniting dynamical mean field theory and linear-scaling density functional theory.