
"Ab Initio" Theory of Novel Micro and Nanolasers
19 May 2008   Contributor(s):: A. Douglas Stone
While the laser is one of the most important inventions of the past century and one of the most interesting and controllable nonlinear systems in physics, there is surprisingly little predictive theory of lasing properties. Predicting lasing thresholds and output power far above threshold in...

how to compute the potential relief of DWNT
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which tool is to be used if i want to compute the potential relief of an double wall nanotube? whats the difference between molecular dynamics simulation and ab initio calculation.
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ab initio Model for Mobility and Seebeck coefficient using Boltzmann Transport (aMoBT) equation
11 Jun 2015   Contributor(s):: Alireza Faghaninia, Joel Ager (editor), Cynthia S Lo (editor)
ab initio electronic transport model to calculate lowfield electrical mobility and Seebeck coefficient of semiconductors in Boltzmann transport framework.

ABINIT
13 May 2004   Contributor(s):: Amritanshu Palaria, Xufeng Wang, Benjamin P Haley, Matteo Mannino, Gerhard Klimeck
Run the community code ABINIT for electronic structure calculations under density functional theory through a convenient graphical user interface

ABINIT: FirstTime User Guide
09 Jun 2009   Contributor(s):: Benjamin P Haley
This firsttime user guide provides an introduction to using ABINIT on nanoHUB. We include a very brief summary of Density Functional Theory along with a tour of the Rappture interface. We discuss the default simulation (what happens if you don't change any inputs, and just hit "simulate") as...

Baudilio Tejerina
Since November 2004, Baudilio Tejerina manages the computer facilities of the Theory Group in the Department of Chemistry at Northwestern University. After receiving his PhD in Physical Chemistry...
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Bikash Sharma
BIKASH SHARMA__Member__: IEEE__Life Member__: System Society of India; Indian Physical Society __ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE__Associate ProfessorDept. of Electronics & Communication Engg.Sikkim...
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BNC Annual Research Review: An Introduction to PRISM and MEMS Simulation
04 Jun 2008   Contributor(s):: Jayathi Murthy
This presentation is part of a collection of presentations describing the projects, people, and capabilities enhanced by research performed in the Birck Center, and a look at plans for the upcoming year.

Calculating Resonances Using a Complex Absorbing Potential
13 Mar 2008   Contributor(s):: Robin Santra
The Siegert (or Gamow) wave function associated with a resonance state is exponentially divergent at large distances from the scattering target. A complex absorbing potential (CAP) provides a computationally simple and efficient technique for calculating the complex Siegert energy of a resonance...

CNDO/INDO
09 Oct 2007   Contributor(s):: Baudilio Tejerina, Jeff Reimers
Semiempirical Molecular Orbital calculations.

Computational Chemistry: An Introduction to Molecular Dynamic Simulations
08 Dec 2006   Contributor(s):: Shalayna Lair
This module gives a brief overview of computational chemistry, a branch of chemistry concerned with theoretically determining properties of molecules. The fundamentals of how to conduct a computational project are discussed as well as the variety of different models that can be used. Because of...

Computational Mathematics: Role, Impact, Challenges
20 Dec 2007   Contributor(s):: Juan C. Meza
This presentation was one of 13 presentations in the oneday forum, "Excellence in Computer Simulation," which brought together a broad set of experts to reflect on the future of computational science and engineering.

Computational Nanoscience, Lecture 4: Geometry Optimization and Seeing What You're Doing
13 Feb 2008   Contributor(s):: Jeffrey C Grossman, Elif Ertekin
In this lecture, we discuss various methods for finding the ground state structure of a given system by minimizing its energy. Derivative and nonderivative methods are discussed, as well as the importance of the starting guess and how to find or generate good initial structures. We also briefly...

Dynamics of Quantum Fluids: Path integral and Semiclassical Methods
21 May 2008   Contributor(s):: Nancy Makri
The interplay of manybody nonlinear interactions and quantum mechanical effects such as zeropoint motion or identical particle exchange symmetries lead to intriguing phenomena in lowtemperature fluids, some of which remain poorly understood. Recent advances in theory and methodology have...

Dynamics on the Nanoscale: Timedomain ab initio studies of quantum dots, carbon nanotubes and moleculesemiconductor interfaces
31 Jan 2008   Contributor(s):: Oleg Prezhdo
Device miniaturization requires an understanding of the dynamical response of materials on the nanometer scale. A great deal of experimental and theoretical work has been devoted to characterizing the excitation, charge, spin, and vibrational dynamics in a variety of novel materials, including...

Excellence in Computer Simulation: Computational Materials
20 Dec 2007   Contributor(s):: Eric Schwegler
This presentation was one of 13 presentations in the oneday forum, "Excellence in Computer Simulation," which brought together a broad set of experts to reflect on the future of computational science and engineering.

Exploring Physical and Chemical control of molecular conductance: A computational study
31 Jan 2008   Contributor(s):: Barry D. Dunietz

Finite Size Scaling and Quantum Criticality
09 May 2007   Contributor(s):: Sabre Kais
The study of quantum phase transitions, which are driven by quantum fluctuations as a consequence of Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, continues to be of increasing interest in the fields of condensed matter and atomic and molecular physics. In this field we have established an analogy between...

Finite Size Scaling and Quantum Criticality
02 Jan 2008   Contributor(s):: Sabre Kais
In statistical mechanics, the finite size scaling method provides a systematic way to extrapolate information about criticality obtained from a finite system to the thermodynamic limit. For quantum systems, the finite size corresponds not to the spatial dimension but to the number of elements in...

Goranka Bilalbegovic
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