I. Raczkowska

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Lack of memory (locality in time) is a major limitation of almost all present time-dependent density-functional approximations. By using semiclassical dynamics to compute correlation effects in the time propagation of the density matrix, we incorporate memory, including initial-state dependence, as well as changing occupation numbers, and predict more(More)
The impact of time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) [1, 2] on calculations of excitation spectra and response in atoms, molecules, and solids is evident in its increasing use. In such applications a weak perturbation is applied to the system beginning in its ground state, and usually the exchange-correlation (xc) effects are treated with a(More)
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