We are very happy to announce that the paper describing v3.0 of the Wannier90 code, how it transitioned to a community code, and all new features has now been published. You can find the full reference below.
We appreciate if you could cite this paper in all publications resulting from your use of Wannier90.
G. Pizzi, V. Vitale, R. Arita, S. Blügel, F. Freimuth, G. Géranton, M. Gibertini, D. Gresch, C. Johnson, T.Koretsune, J. Ibañez-Azpiroz, H. Lee, J. M. Lihm, D. Marchand, A. Marrazzo, Y. Mokrousov, J. I. Mustafa, Y. Nohara, Y. Nomura, L. Paulatto, S. Poncé, T. Ponweiser, J. Qiao, F. Thöle, S. S. Tsirkin, M. Wierzbowska, N. Marzari, D. Vanderbilt, I. Souza, A. A. Mostofi, and J. R. Yates, Wannier90 as a community code: new features and applications, J. Phys. Cond. Matt. 32, 165902 (2020); doi:10.1088/1361-648X/ab51ff
We are pleased to announce a 3-day school with title “Wannier90 v3.0: new features and applications”, which will be held at St. Edmund Hall, University of Oxford, UK, on 25-27 March 2020 (closest airport: London Heathrow).
Over the last few years, Wannier90 has undergone a transition from a code developed by a small group of developers to a community code with a much wider developers base. In response, the code has grown significantly, gaining many novel features contributed by this community. The culmination of all these contributions has been the release of a new version of the Wannier90 code (version 3.0) with a new website for the occasion (www.wannier.org) and a collaborative article [Pizzi et al., Wannier90 as a community code: new features and applications. J. Phys. Condens. Matter (accepted)].
In this 3-day school, we aim to present the state-of-the-art functionalities of the Wannier90 code, with a particular focus on the latest developments (topological, transport and optical properties; automated Wannier functions; high throughput calculations) to both new and experienced users, and developers alike. Each day will be divided into two sections, one in the morning with lectures on selected topics and one in the afternoon with hands-on tutorials.
The registration fee, which includes accommodation for 3 nights (with breakfast) in a single room with shared bathroom at St. Edmund Hall, coffee breaks and a social dinner on the second night of the school (Thursday) is £120. To book one or more extra night(s) please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A schedule of the event may be found below.
Due to the limited number of places, applicants are required to fill in an application form, which may be found here. Applicants who want to present a poster should also send a title and an abstract at the same time as the aforementioned form to email@example.com. The deadline for the registration and submission is the 1st of February 2020.
Confirmation of participation will be sent out by the 5th of February 2020 at the latest.
In case an invitation letter is needed to facilitate the process of obtaining a visa, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Date: Wednesday: 25th March 2020; Thursday: 26th March 2020; Friday: 27th March 2020.
- Anil Damle
- Roxana Margine
- Arash Mostofi
- Yusuke Nomura
- Giovanni Pizzi
- QuanSheng Wu
- Jonathan Yates
The preprint of the new Wannier90 paper, describing all new developments that have landed in v3.0 of the code, has been published on the arXiv.
Continue reading “Preprint of the v3.0 paper published on the arXiv”
Wannier90 (v3.0.0) is now available for download
Wannier90 (v2.1.0) is now available for download
The standard citation when Wannier90 is used in publications has been updated. Please cite
An updated version of Wannier90: A tool for obtaining maximally-localised Wannier functions
AA Mostofi, JR Yates, G Pizzi, YS Lee, I Souza, D Vanderbilt, N Marzari
Comput. Phys. Commun. 185, 2309 (2014) [ONLINE JOURNAL]
Wannier90 (v2.0.1) is now available for download
Wannier90 (v2.0) is now available for download
Wannier90 (v1.2) is now available for download
A paper describing Wannier90 is now available:
Wannier90: A Tool for Obtaining Maximally-Localised Wannier Functions
A. A. Mostofi, J. R. Yates, Y.-S. Lee, I. Souza, D. Vanderbilt and N. Marzari
Comput. Phys. Commun. 178, 685 (2008) [ONLINE JOURNAL]