QMC in the Next Decade

  • Organized by
  • Shiwei Zhang, Ph.D.Senior Research Scientist/Group Leader, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
  • Miguel Morales, Ph.D.Research Scientist, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
Date & Time


162 Fifth Avenue, 9th Floor Classroom

Invitation Only

QMC in the next decade — algorithms and softwares” is a small workshop that aims to provide an opportunity for the broad community to reconnect after the long interruption of covid. The workshop will discuss state of the art in QMC from a variety of application areas (condensed matter including both models and real materials, quantum chemistry, cold atoms, nuclear physics) and different algorithmic flavors. Through talks, posters by CCQ and outside participants, and informal discussions, the workshop will facilitate the exchange of ideas among QMC developers and practitioners, discuss future directions, explore opportunities, and stimulate collaborations.

  • Participantsplus--large
    Yoram AlhassidYale University
    Fakher AssaadUniversity of Wurzberg
    Federico BeccaUniversity of Trieste
    Joe CarlsonLos Alamos National Lab
    Michele CasulaCNRS
    David CeperleyUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    Bryan ClarkUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
    Markus HolzmanUniversity of Grenoble
    Paul KentOak Ridge National Laboratory
    Ankit MahajanUniversity of Colorado Boulder
    Lubos MitasNorth Carolina State University
    Nikolai ProkofievUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst
    Fernando ReboredoOak Ridge National Laboratory
    Brenda RubensteinBrown University
    Anders SandvickBoston University
    Sandeep SharmaUniversity of Colorado Boulder
    James SheeUniversity of California, Berkeley
    Cyrus UmrigarCornell University
    Lucas WagnerUniversity of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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