Plenary Speakers
  • Stefano Baroni, SISSA and EPFL
    Modeling the color of natural dyes
  • Steven G. Louie, University of California, Berkeley
    The GW approach and beyond to excited-state properties: Defects, nanostructures and novel materials
  • Richard Martin, University of Illinois
    Electronic structure: yesterday, today and tomorrow
  • Nicola Marzari, EPFL
    Density-functional theory: time to move on?
  • Weitao Yang, Duke University
    Progress in the fractional perspectives of density functional theory
Invited Speakers
  • Yoshihiro Asai, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
    Non-equilibrium transport theory applied to thermal physics problems at nanoscale
  • Nicephore Bonnet, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
    A cost effective computational method for performing first-principles molecular-dynamics simulations under constant potential bias
  • Han Hsu, National Central University
    Spin crossover in Earth materials and complex oxides
  • Horng-Tay Jeng, National Tsing Hua University and Academia Sinica
    Electronic structures of sodium cobaltates NaxCoO2
  • Kisuk Kang, Seoul National University
    Design of electrode materials for lithium rechargeable batteries by combining ab initio calculations and experiments
  • Yong-Hyun Kim, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    Defect engineering in graphene: From biomimetic catalysis to nanoscale friction
  • Jer-Lai Kuo, Academia Sinica
    Phase Diagram of Water by First-Principles Methods: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Hoonkyung Lee, Konkuk University
    Computational search for energy storage materials
  • Joo-Hyoung Lee, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology
    First-principles study of the electronic and optical properties of Si with nanometer-sized pores
  • Zhong-Yi Lu, Renming University
    Electronic structures and magnetic orders of iron- pnictides and chalcogenides
  • Yanming Ma, Jilin University
    Crystal structure prediction via CALYPSO methodology
  • Yu-ichiro Matsushita, University of Tokyo
    Floating states and band-gap variation in semiconductors
  • Cheol Hwan Park, Seoul National University
    Carrier lifetime and intrinsic electrical resistivity of graphene from first-principles calculations
  • Su Ying Quek, Institute of High Performance Computing
    Prediction of anomalous length-independent resonant transmission peaks in nanostructured armchair graphene nanoribbon junctions
  • Kazunori Sato, Osaka University
    Computational design of oxide-based spintronics materials
  • Junichiro Shiomi, University of Tokyo
    First-principles-based calculations of mode-dependent phonon transport-application to thermoelectrics
  • Shinji Tsuneyuki, University of Tokyo
    Transcorrelated method: a feasible and self-consistent wave function theory for solids
  • Hua Wu, Fudan University
    Spin state and orbital physics in transition metal oxides
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