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.
Manuel Dos Santos Dias has recently joined the Daresbury CCP9 group. He was previously stationed at Forschungszentrum Juelich with ... Read more
Non-linear response of solids and nanostructures: a real-time prospective by Claudio Attaccalite, Davide Sangalli, Myrta Gruening ... Read more
Event date - December 1, 2022
Event time - 12:00 am
On Thursday 1 December this year CoSeC will hold it’s second annual conference at Manchester Central Convention Complex, as part of the wider Computing Insight UK Conference. CoSeC is currently inviting applications to speak at the ... Read more
Event date - December 14, 2022
Event time - 9:00 am
14 December @ 9:00 am - 16 December @ 5:00 pm 6th TYC Energy Materials workshop: Modelling Energy Interfaces Venue: Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BE The Thomas Young Centre for the theory and simulation of ... 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.