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16th International Conference on Density Functional Theory and its Applications

August 31 - September 4, 2015 Debrecen, Hungary

CELEBRATING THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KOHN-SHAM THEORY

 

The poster

Metal coated silica glass The case of gold
by Carolin Hühn and Marek Sierka

is the winner of the Best Poster Award in Poster Session A.

The poster

The importance of current contributions to shielding constants in density-functional theory
by Sarah Reimann

is the winner of the Best Poster Award in Poster Session B.
 


 

The 16th International Conference on Density Functional Theory and its Applications is going to take place in Debrecen, Hungary, August 31- September 4, 2015. It will be the following in a series of biennial meetings, which have taken place in Paris (1995), Vienna (1997), Rome (1999), Madrid (2001), Brussels (2003), Geneva (2005), Amsterdam (2007), Lyon (2009), Athens (2011) and Durham (2013).

DFT2015 covers a wide range of topics related with density functional theory. It brings together researchers from all around the world working on the development of the theory, extensions to new fields and providing a broad range of fascinating applications.

We organize sessions with oral lectures, invited and contributed, covering versatile topics.  Contributed talks will be selected after the abstract submission deadline, 30 April.

 

The following thematic sections are planned:

Time­independent excited state density functional theory
Time­dependent  density functional theory
Density functional theory of solids
Strongly correlated systems
Biomolecular modeling, bio­reactions

 

The Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Density Functional
Theory and its Applications will appear in 'Computation' (Open Access
Computational Science Journal; http://www.mdpi.com/journal/computation


http://www.mdpi.com/journal/computation/special_issues/50th-anniversary-kohn-sham-theory


There will not be any charge for well-prepared manuscripts.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2015.