- Organized by
Shiwei Zhang, Ph.D.Senior Research Scientist/Group Leader, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
Miguel Morales, Ph.D.Research Scientist, CCQ, Flatiron Institute
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.
Yoram Alhassid Yale University Fakher Assaad University of Wurzberg Federico Becca University of Trieste Joe Carlson Los Alamos National Lab Michele Casula CNRS David Ceperley University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Bryan Clark University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Markus Holzman University of Grenoble Paul Kent Oak Ridge National Laboratory Ankit Mahajan University of Colorado Boulder Lubos Mitas North Carolina State University Nikolai Prokofiev University of Massachusetts Amherst Fernando Reboredo Oak Ridge National Laboratory Brenda Rubenstein Brown University Anders Sandvick Boston University Sandeep Sharma University of Colorado Boulder James Shee University of California, Berkeley Cyrus Umrigar Cornell University Lucas Wagner University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign