The 27th Annual Workshop on Recent Developments in Electronic Structure Theory


ES2015 Workshop

Developments in electronic structure theory and excited states beyond ground state DFT


University of Washington, Seattle WA 
June 21-24, 2015

Co-organizers: J. J. Rehr, G. Bertsch and A. Andreev



The Annual Workshop on Recent Developments in Electronic Structure Theory will be held on the campus of the University of Washington in Seattle, WA in June 2015. This Workshop is a continuation of a series (see http://www.mcc.uiuc.edu/workshops/electronicstructure/ ) initiated in 1989 by David M. Ceperley and Richard M. Martin. The Workshop will bring together researchers in electronic structure theory from universities, colleges, institutes and laboratories around the world. A major theme of the 2015 Workshop will be on developments in electronic structure theory and excited states beyond ground state DFT. Invited and contributed presentations and posters will present breakthroughs in algorithms and computational methods as well as their applications to systems of current interest. This Workshop represents an important opportunity for students, postdocs, and senior scientists alike in this field.

We hope you can accept this invitation by completing the registration through the link on the Registration page.

Speakers and Programs: The program is updated continuously with invited speakers, contributed speakers and poster presentations, please check the Program Page often.

Or you can download the Scientific Program; Invited Speakers' and Contributed Speakers' Abstracts here:

ES2015Program.pdf, TalkAbstract.pdf

Poster Sessions: about 1 to 1.25 hours and are limited to about 20 posters per session. The size of your poster should be no more than 42" (w) x 36" (h), placed in landscape orientation on an easel. Cardboard backing with metal clips will be provided. Details of the poster presentation have been announced on the Abstract Page .

Posters can be set up morning of the day or the breaks prior to the poster session. Set up time details and announcement of which poster session your abstract is assigned is given in the Poster Section on the Program Page .There are two poster sessions. Poster Session A on June 22nd, Monday morning and Poster Session B on June 22nd, Monday afternoon.

Or you can download poster presentations here:

PosterA.pdf, PosterB.pdf

This year Poster Awards are sponsored by Clean Energy Institute. There are in total 4 prizes worth $250 each.

Conference Banquet, Tuesday June 23, 6:30 pm: Ivar's Salmon House, 401 NE Northlake Way, Seattle, WA 98105. Please kindly RSVP whether you will be attending the banquet or not at this RSVP link . Even if you are not attending the banquet, we would appreciate if you would let us know. This will allow the restaurant to properly accommodate participants and best set up their facilities to serve us. Please indicate in the RSVP link above if you have any dietary constraints. If you are a registered ES2015 participant, there are no additional costs, if you plan to bring a guest, please kindly email es2015uw@uw.edu to check the fee and whether there is availability.

Participants and their abstracts: are now updated on the Participant Page . Post-deadline abstracts for poster presentation are now closed.

Housing and Room Reservation: Lodging has been arranged at UW's beautiful new West Campus Dorms. Reservations are no longer accepted. Walk-in guests only. Registration Page .

West Campus Dorms Guests: You can check-in as early as 11 am on day of arrival to West Campus Dorms. All West Campus Dorms check-in at Lander Hall. Please tell cab or shuttle to drop you off at Lander Hall, 1201 NE Campus Parkway, Seattle, WA 98105.

Conference Registration: Registering through the system is closed. You can still register on site at the conference.







For more information on the ES2015 workshop please contact:
Prof. John J. Rehr
University of Washington,
jjr@uw.edu
Tel. 206 543 8593

Siri Vimolchalao (Assistant Coordinator)
University of Washington,
es2015uw@uw.edu
Tel. 415 754 9298



Support and contributions have been kindly provided from:

  • University of Washington, Physics
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • Clean Energy Institute, University of Washington
  • DCOMP of APS
  • Materials Computation Center, University of Illinois, Supported by NSF Award DMR 11-07472
  • FEFF Project