Program Hylleraas Symposium
The symposium takes place at The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters, Drammensveien 78, Oslo.
Hylleraas in Modern Science
|10:00||Opening by Prof. Trygve Helgaker|
|10:10||Prof. Wim Klopper, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany: "Can Hylleraas coordinates be used in density-functional theory?"|
|10:50||Prof. Peter Taylor, University of Melbourne, Australia: "Singular coincidences and electron correlation"|
|12:00||Prof. Seiichiro Ten-no, Kobe University, Japan: "The impact of explicitly correlated F12 theory on modern electronic structure calculations"|
|12:40||Prof. Ed Valeev, Virginia Tech, USA: "Practical Explicitly Correlated Methods in LCAO and non-LCAO representation"|
|14:30||Prof. Hans-Joachim Werner, University of Stuttgart, Germany: "Explicitly correlated coupled-cluster methods for large molecules"|
Dr. David Tew, University of Bristol, UK: "Explicit electron correlation in molecules and crystalline materials"
|15:50||Prof. Andreas Köhn, University of Stuttgart, Germany: "Explicit correlation for connected triple excitations in coupled-cluster theory"|
Legacy of Hylleraas
|18:30||Prof. Trygve Helgaker, University of Oslo: "Life and Science of Egil Hylleraas"|
|19:30||Dinner with welcome by Prof. Kirsti Strøm Bull, President of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters|
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