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Video: A Hybrid Approach to Strongly Correlated Materials

Matthias Troyer frin ETH Zurich presented this talk at a recent Microsoft Research event. “Given limitations to the scaling for simulating the full Coulomb Hamiltonian on quantum computers, a hybrid approach – deriving effective models from density functional theory codes and solving these effective models by quantum computers seem to be a promising way to proceed for calculating the electronic structure of correlated materials on a quantum computer.”

New Capability Aids Study of Energy and Materials Applications

Researchers at NICS, ORNL, and the University of South Carolina have recently published details of how they developed a new computational capability that allows the study of processes involving hydrogen and its quantum nuclear effects fro energy and materials applications.