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N. Ferri,
The Role of van der Waals Interactions on the Electronic Properties of Molecules and Materials. 

TU Berlin,

2017

 

 

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G.-X. Zhang,
Understanding the role of van der Waals forces in solids from first principles. 

TU Berlin,

2014

 

 

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V.V. Gobre,
Efficientmodelling of linear electronic polarization in materials using atomic response functions.

TU Berlin,

2016.
 

 

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V. Gonzalo Ruiz López, 

Adsorption of Atoms and Molecules on Surfaces: Density-Functional Theory with Screened van der Waals Interactions. 

TU Berlin,

2016.


 

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J. Hermann, 

Towards unified density-functional model of van der Waals interactions

 

 

 

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Johannes Hoja,

First principles modeling of molecular crystals: crystal structure prediction and vibrational properties.

Univerity of Luxembourg

2018

 

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Stefan Chmiela,

Towards Exact Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Invariant Machine-Learned Models.

TU Berlin

2019

 

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Kristof Schütt,

Learning Representations of Atomistic Systems with Deep Neural Networks

TU Berlin

2018

 

 

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The work of Prof. Alexandre Tkatchenko is supported in part by the European Research Council under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement n. 725291)  and by FNR.