Minisymposium (ID: SS-DFT)
Density Functional Theory
Organizers: Ian Hamilton (WLU), Paul Ayers (McMaster), Viktor Staroverov (Western)
Density functional theory is a rapidly growing area of computational chemistry and physics. It is used for
modelling the properties of materials ranging from atoms and molecules to clusters and nanostructures.
In this minisymposium we focus on the development of mathematical methods to improve and extend
the utility of density functional theory.
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