De 16th International Conference on Recent Progress in Many Body Theories
ANDES/ALPS School on Numerical Methods for Many-Body Theories
Algoritmos Numéricos DE Simulación
From Dec. 2 to Dec. 5 2011
This school is aimed at advanced students in Physics and Chemistry. It will cover several of the most important numerical methods used in Many-Body Theories, tought by world leaders in the field. Some partial support is available for a reduced number of students. There will be hands-on activities for a practical learning of the computational methods.
There is no registration fee for this activity. The activities will take place at the campus of the Centro Atomico Bariloche (located 9.5km West of the city of Bariloche View Map ) and students will be lodged on campus and at hotels in Bariloche.
NEW! Lecturers and Lectures (in pdf form)
- Uli Schollwöck: The Density Matrix Renormalization Group (DMRG) and Matrix Product States Annals of Physics 326, 96 (2011))
- Adrian Feiguin: Time-dependent Methods
- Simon Trebst: Series Expansions
- Antoine Georges, Michel Ferrero and Markus Aichhorn: Realistic Simulations for Strongly Correlated Materials (DMFT+DFT)
- Thomas Pruschke: The Numerical Renormalization Group (NRG)
- Jan Gukelberger: Quantum Monte Carlo and Hands-On ALPS
School Organizing Committee: Pablo Cornaglia, Adrián Feiguin, Daniel García, Karen Hallberg and Gonzalo Usaj
How to get to Centro Atómico Bariloche
- By bus: take the bus number 20 direction Llao-Llao (buses every 20 minutes during the day) from downtown Bariloche or the Bus Terminal. Get off
the bus at Centro Atómico Bariloche (Av. Bustillo Km. 9.500). The laboratory is at a walking distance. View Map
- By car: drive about 10 kilometers west from downtown Bariloche along Bustillo avenue. Bustillo is the main road that runs parallel to the shore
of lake Nahuel Huapi.