Computational Electronic Structure Theory

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The Computational Electronic Structure Theory Group is developing electronic structure and machine learning methods and applies them to pertinent problems in material science, surface science, physics, chemistry and the nano sciences. The electronic structure gives us an atomistic view on matter that is important for many applications. Examples are materials for clean energy production, light-emitting devices (LEDs) or information and communication technologies (ICT). Perturbing the electronic structure, as done in spectroscopy, reveals more information about matter. We develop and use theoretical spectroscopy methods to probe the properties of molecules, molecules on surfaces, nanostructures, as well as semiconductors and their surfaces. We also investigate data as new resource in materials science. We participate in the development of a large scale materials database and study the potential of database driven materials science.

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Profiles

Photo of Xi Chen
20172020
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Marc Dvorak

Person: Postdoctoral researchers

20162019
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20172017

Research Output

Accurate Absolute and Relative Core-Level Binding Energies from GW

Golze, D., Keller, L. & Rinke, P., 5 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 11, 5, p. 1840-1847 8 p.

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  • Atomic structures and orbital energies of 61,489 crystal-forming organic molecules

    Stuke, A., Kunkel, C., Golze, D., Todorović, M., Margraf, J. T., Reuter, K., Rinke, P. & Oberhofer, H., 1 Dec 2020, In : Scientific Data. 7, 1, 11 p., 58.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

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    Density functional theory approximations from semiclassical considerations

    Lehtomäki, J., 2020, Aalto University. 105 p.

    Research output: ThesisDoctoral ThesisCollection of Articles

  • Prizes

    2018 Boekman Dissertation Award

    Amber Geurts (Recipient), 2018

    Prize: Invitation or ranking in competition

    2018 ISPIM Dissertation Award

    Amber Geurts (Recipient), 2018

    Prize: Invitation or ranking in competition

    August-Wilhelm Scheer visiting professorship, Technical University Munich

    Patrick Rinke (Recipient), 2017

    Prize: Award or honor granted for academic career

    Activities

    Duke Univ, Duke University, Dept Mech Engn & Mat Sci

    Dorothea Golze (Visiting researcher)
    8 Mar 20196 Apr 2019

    Activity: Visiting an external institution typesVisit abroad

    Lund University

    Marc Dvorak (Visiting researcher)
    21 Oct 201925 Oct 2019

    Activity: Visiting an external institution typesVisit abroad

    Xioami Guo

    Xi Chen (Host), Patrick Rinke (Host)
    25 Nov 201925 Apr 2020

    Activity: Hosting a visitor typesHosting a visitor

    Press / Media

    Data sharing is the future of materials research

    Patrick Rinke

    16/11/2019

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Media appearance

    Artificial intelligence ARTIST instantly captures materials' properties

    Patrick Rinke

    30/01/201905/02/2019

    6 items of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Media appearance

    New AI System Speeds Up Material Science R&D

    Patrick Rinke

    04/02/201905/02/2019

    2 items of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Media appearance