During the last few decades, a large number of efficient computational techniques and algorithms have been developed for calculating the electronic structure of molecules, solids, surfaces, and clusters. These methods span from very accurate quantum chemistry techniques applied to small molecules up to tight-binding semi-empirical schemes, which make it possible to simulate systems composed of several thousand atoms. The development of density functional theory (DFT) plays a key role in opening a new avenue in materials science research i.e., the combined joint effort of DFT-based calculations with experiments to understand the research problem in more depth. Moreover, due to the advancement of modern supercomputing capabilities, electronic structure methods are not only successful in explaining experimental findings but also predicting materials with new functionalities.
|Registration along with fee payment||9th November - 10th December|
Abstract Submission for contributed presentation/Poster/YouTube Video
|9th November - 7th December|
|Intimation of the acceptance of the abstract||8th December|
Uploading the presentation video on conference YouTube channel
|10th December- 12th December|
|Conference dates||December 14 -18, 2020|
14 - 18 December2020
1.30 pm – 8.00 pm (Indian Time)
9 am – 3.30 pm (Swedish Time)
Department of Physics and Nanotechnology
SRMIST Kattankulathur - 603 203,
Chengalpattu District, Tamil Nadu.