The proposed school aims at providing the scientific community (PhD students, postdocs, young researchers, experimentalists, researchers wishing to change field,...) with a comprehensive description of He-Density Functional Theory (He-DFT), a bosonic counterpart to electronic DFT, as applied to liquid He-4 and droplets, as well as a basic tutorial of the accurate and user-friendly computing suite for the static and dynamic description of doped helium droplets. The ultimate goal is to bring the attendants to master the He-DFT method and computing tools required to interpret front-edge experiments and design new ones in this field.
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- General He-DFT formalism for liquid helium and droplets (Prof. J. Navarro, Valencia, Spain), 3 x 1h
- The structure of liquid He-4 and droplets doped with atoms, molecules and electrons (Prof. J. Eloranta, Northridge, USA), 3 x 1h
- Vorticity in liquid He-4 and droplets (Prof. F. Ancilotto, Padova, Italy), 3 x 1h
- Dopant dynamics in liquid He-4 and droplets (Dr. A. Hernando, Lausanne, Switzerland), 3 x 1h
- How to use the He-DFT codes for liquid He-4 and droplets (Prof. M. Pi and Prof. R. Mayol, Barcelona, Spain, Dr. D. Mateo, Singapore, and M. F. Coppens, Toulouse, France); session introduced by Dr. N. Renon, CALMIP, on supercomputing at CALMIP; 4 x 3h
- Contributions from the participants: Oral presentation of their scientific research and questions which they think could be addressed by He-DFT (15mn each, total 7h30)