On behalf of the "Espace de Structure et de réactions Nucléaires Théorique" (ESNT), the workshop entitled: "Automated tools for many-body theory" will be held on 5th -8th June at CEA-Saclay, Orme-des-Merisiers site.
The main goals of the workshop are:
1. To introduce attendants to different approaches to computer-aided derivation techniques for many-body theory,
2. To exchange ideas regarding state-of-the-art automatic derivation methods between quantum chemists and nuclear physicists,
3. To discuss open problems in the field of automatic derivation, including the factorization of tensor contractions and identification of identical terms,
4. To identify ways to make current automatic derivation tools interoperable as a way to validate, benchmark, and expand the capabilities of current codes.
The meeting takes place over 4 days. The first day is devoted to introductory presentations that have the aim of informing the local research community on the state-of the-art approaches developed to tackle the many-body problem. The following days will be focused on specific uses of the eigenvector continuation (EVC) method along with other extrapolation techniques.
For details about the updated program, see the ESNT Web pages: https://esnt.cea.fr >> Ateliers 2023
For further information and registration, please contact the organizers of the project (see the Web page of the workshop).