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The second-order reduced density matrices and its application to chemistry and physics

Nakata, M (RIKEN)
Thursday 17 October 2013, 15:30-16:30

Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute


Variational determination the ground state of two-particle Hamiltonian using the second-order reduced density matrix is very hopeful approach to quantum chemistry and condensed matter physics (J.Chem.Phys 114, 8282-8292 (2001)). The Quantum Marginal problem in this context is known as N-representability problem. If we employ some non-negativity conditions, which are necessary conditions of N-representability, the ground state energies are quite accurately calculated. In this talk, we show some results, and state some open questions to community.


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