SALMON: Scalable Ab-initio Light-Matter simulator for Optics and Nanoscience

  title={SALMON: Scalable Ab-initio Light-Matter simulator for Optics and Nanoscience},
  author={Masashi Noda and Shunsuke A. Sato and Yuta Hirokawa and Mitsuharu Uemoto and Takashi Takeuchi and Shunsuke Yamada and Atsushi Yamada and Yasushi Shinohara and Maiku Yamaguchi and Kenji Iida and Isabella Floss and Tomohito Otobe and Kyung Min Lee and Kazuya Ishimura and Taisuke Boku and George F. Bertsch and Katsuyuki Nobusada and Kazuhiro Yabana},
  journal={Comput. Phys. Commun.},

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