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.
The October Psi-k highlight entitled "CELL: a Python package for cluster expansion with a focus on complex alloys" by Santiago ... Read more
The call for outline funding proposals for events taking place in 2024-25 is now OPEN https://psi-k.net/workshop-funding/. The ... Read more
Event date - December 7, 2023
Event time - 9:00 am
Computing Insight UK 2023 will take place at Manchester Central Convention Complex on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 December 2023. The theme for this year's conference is "Productive Supercomputing (Accessible and diverse large scale computing)" ... Read more
Event date - December 12, 2023
Event time - 8:00 am
CCP-NC (together with its sister organisations, CCP5 and CCP9) are pleased to announce an interdisciplinary meeting on disorder in materials, to be held 12-13 Dec. in Durham (UK). Registration and abstract submission will open on 7 ... 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.