Best Poster award

Tobias Dornheim
wins the "Best Theory Poster" award for his contribution Thermodynamic Fermionic Monte Carlo Simulations of Continuous Systems without Fixed Nodes
at the DPG-AMOP Spring conference 2016 in Hannover
Co-authors are Tim Schoof, Simon Groth, and Michael Bonitz

New book publication "Quantum Kinetic Theory", 2nd edition

Michael Bonitz, Springer 2015

Springer Link including table of contents | book flyer

Best Poster award

Niclas Schlünzen
wins the "Best Poster" award for his contribution Dynamics of strongly correlated fermions - first principle results for two and three dimensions, (with co-authors Sebastian Hermanns, Michael Bonitz and Claudio Verdozzi)
at the Workshop Isolated many-body quantum systems out of equilibrium: from unitary time evolution to quantum kinetic equations
(599th WE-Heraeus-Seminar), December 2015 in Bad Honnef

Breakthrough in the ab initio simulation of electrons in warm dense matter conditions

Pressemitteilung der CAU Kiel | Press Release of Kiel University

Tim Schoof, Simon Groth, Jan Vorberger, and Michael Bonitz,
Ab initio thermodynamic results for the degenerate electron gas at finite temperature
Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 130402 (2015) | local pdf-file | Supplementary material arXiv:1502.04616

Workshop "Isolated many-body quantum systems out of equilibrium: from unitary time evolution to quantum kinetic equations"
(599th WE-Heraeus-Seminar)

was organized by Masud Haque, Stefan Kehrein and Michael Bonitz,
November 30 - December 3 2015, Bad Honnef
link to workshop web page | high resolution poster

Conference "Progress in Nonequilibrium Greens Functions VI"

the conference was organized by Claudio Verdozzi, Andreas Wacker and Carl-Olof Almbladh and held in Lund, Sweden
August 17-21 2015
Link to the conference page
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Best Poster award

Tim Schoof
wins the "Best Poster" award for his contribution Configuration path integral Monte Carlo simulations of the degenerate homogeneous electron gas (with co-authors Simon Groth, Jan Vorberger and Michael Bonitz)
at the CECAM workshop Stochastic Wavefunction Methods in Quantum Chemistry, Electronic Structure Theory and Condensed Matter Physics, April 21-24 2015 in Lausanne

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