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The interplay of insulating and superconducting orders in magic-angle graphene bilayers
The recent discovery of superconducting and correlated insulating states coexisting in magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene (MAG) at commensurate fillings have raised fascinating questions about theExpand
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GW100: Benchmarking G0W0 for Molecular Systems.
We present the GW100 set. GW100 is a benchmark set of the ionization potentials and electron affinities of 100 molecules computed with the GW method using three independent GW codes and different GWExpand
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Spectral functions of the uniform electron gas via coupled-cluster theory and comparison to the GW and related approximations
We use ab initio coupled-cluster theory to compute the spectral function of the uniform electron gas at a Wigner-Seitz radius of r_s=4. The coupled-cluster approximations we employ go significantlyExpand
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GW 100 : Benchmarking G 0 W 0 for Molecular Systems
We present the GW100 set. GW100 is a benchmark set of the ionization potentials and electron affinities of 100 molecules computed with the GW method using three independent GW codes and different GWExpand
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Effects of self-consistency and plasmon-pole models on G W calculations for closed-shell molecules
We present theoretical calculations of quasiparticle energies in closed-shell molecules using the GW method. We compare three different approaches: a full-frequency $G_0W_0$ (FF-$G_0W_0$) method withExpand
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Strong correlations and d +id superconductivity in twisted bilayer graphene
We compute the phase diagram of twisted bilayer graphene near the magic angle where the occurrence of flat bands enhances the effects of electron-electron interactions and thus unleashesExpand
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Classical density-functional theory of inhomogeneous water including explicit molecular structure and nonlinear dielectric response.
We present an accurate free-energy functional for liquid water written in terms of a set of effective potential fields in which fictitious noninteracting water molecules move. The functional containsExpand
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Kohn-Sham-like approach toward a classical density-functional theory of inhomogeneous polar molecular liquids: an application to liquid hydrogen chloride.
The Gordian knot of density-functional theories for classical molecular liquids remains finding an accurate free-energy functional in terms of the densities of the atomic sites of the molecules.Expand
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Satellite band structure in silicon caused by electron-plasmon coupling
We report the first angle-resolved photoemission measurement of the wave-vector dependent plasmon satellite structure of a three-dimensional solid, crystalline silicon. In sharp contrast toExpand
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Accurate absolute core-electron binding energies of molecules, solids and surfaces from first-principles calculations
Core-electron x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is a powerful technique for studying the electronic structure and chemical composition of molecules, solids and surfaces. However, the interpretation ofExpand
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