Coupled Cluster Theory in Materials Science

@article{Zhang2019CoupledCT,
  title={Coupled Cluster Theory in Materials Science},
  author={Igor Ying Zhang and Andreas Gr{\"u}neis},
  journal={Frontiers in Materials},
  year={2019}
}
In this tutorial-style review we discuss basic concepts of coupled cluster theory and recent developments that increase its computational efficiency for calculations of molecules, solids and materials in general. We will touch upon the connection between coupled cluster theory and the random-phase approximation that is widely used in the field of solid-state physics. We will discuss various approaches to improve the computational performance without compromising on accuracy. These approaches… 

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