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Workshop Two-particle correlations

The workshop "Two-particle correlation functions of many-electron systems" was held online May 16-18 2022. An important goal of the workshop was to provide young researchers with an opportunity to present their research to the community. The table below contains a list of speakers and titles. The workshop was organized by Erik van Loon (Lund University) and Alessandro Toschi (TU Wien).


 Mo May 16Tu May 17Wed May 18
15:00Patrick ThunströmSeverino AdlerTom Westerhout
15:30Matteo VandelliT. MazitovJonas Hauck
16:00Julian StobbeJohannes HalbingerBrad McNiven
16:30Niklas WittAlexander KowalskiMichael Meixner
17:30Xinyang DongYana LyakhovaOlivier Simard
18:00Paul WormSarah HeinzelmannFabio Caleffi
18:30Yi-Ting TsengConnor LenihanTor Sjöstrand
19:00Pietro BonettiChloé Gauvin-Ndiaye 

All times are given in CEST (Stockholm/Vienna). Talks are 20 minutes, with the remaining 10 minutes allocated for questions, discussion and change of speaker. Some re-arrangements of the schedule might still occur.

Monday, Session 1
Patrik ThunströmCorrelation functions in DMFT electronic structure theory
Matteo VandelliNon-local electronic correlations in multi-band systems: a D-TRILEX perspective
Julian StobbeTwo-particle self-consistency in the dynamical vertex approximation
Niklas WittAnisotropic quasiparticle life times and magnetotransport in the doped Hubbard model
Monday, Session 2
Xinyang DongMechanism of Superconductivity in the Hubbard Model at Intermediate Interaction Strength
Paul WormNickelate superconductors: from infinite to finite layered systems
Yi-Ting TsengRevisiting d- and dp- cuprate models for one- and two-particle observables
Pietro BonettiVertex bosonization and renormalized mean-field theory within the functional renormalization group
Tuesday, Session 1
Severino AdlerNon-perturbative intertwining between spin and charge correlations: a smoking gun single-boson-exchange result
T. MazitovPeculiarities of the formation and screening of local magnetic moments in the half-filled single-band Hubbard model
Johannes HalbingerNRG computation of asymptotic vertex classes of Anderson impurity model
Alexander KowalskiVertex divergencies and compressibility divergence in multi-orbital Hamiltonians
Tuesday, Session 2
Yana LyakhovaFlucuating local field approach to the description of lattice systems
Sarah HeinzelmannRecent developments in the single-boson exchange fRG for the 2D Hubbard Model
Connor LenihanEvaluating second-order phase transitions with Diagrammatic Monte Carlo: Néel Transition in the doped three-dimensional Hubbard model
Chloé Gauvin-NdiayeTPSC+: an improved two-particle self-consistent approach for the Hubbard model
Wednesday, Session 1
Tom WesterhoutMaking real-space Random Phase Approximation fast
Jonas HauckReal-space truncated unity fRG
Brad McNivenSingle- and two-particle properties of the weakly interacting two-dimensional Hubbard model in proximity to the van Hove singularity
Michael MeixnerVertex divergences: approaching the zero temperature limit
Wednesday, Session 2
Olivier SimardNonequilibrium two-particle self-consistent approach
Fabio CaleffiBosonic collective modes of many-body quantum systems  from a quantum Gutzwiller approach
Tor SjöstrandMagnon-phonon coupling


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