News

The Yambo YouTube channel is finally online! On our channel you can find  all lectures and tutorials given at the Yambo Virtual School plus other interesting talks given by the …
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A new web-page with instructions to install Yambo is available on wiki: Installation. All new configure options of Yambo 5.0 are available here. Moreover we provide specific installation setup for …
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A new tutorial on optical properties at finite temperature is available in the wiki web-page of Yambo. Notice that in the present implementation in Yambo different approximation are done that …
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Dates: 8-9 April, 15-16 April 2021 Registration:  you can register in the Cecam school webpage Deadline: 25/03/2021 Overview: Computational materials science has a decisive impact on the development of future technologies …
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A new tutorial is available in the Yambo wiki on self-consistent GW on eigenvalues only  (evGW). In this tutorial we illustrate how to use Yambo to perform self-consistent GW calculations …
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A new tutorial is available in the Yambo wiki on electron-phonon interaction. This tutorial starts from the calculation of electron-phonon matrix elements with Quantum Espresso and how to read them …
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Due to the pandemic situation, the 2020 Yambo developers meeting will be held online in a virtual format. Yambo developers will join on line the next three Fridays (4/11/18 December) …
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On 16 June 2020 at 3 PM CEST, the third webinar of a series presenting the most recent developments of the MAX flagship codes entitled “Quasiparticle Band Structures and Excitons in Novel …
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The April 2020 issue of the MaX Newsletter is out. In this issue, you will find news about: *DFT and GW towards the exascale: porting of the MaX codes on …
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In this challenging time when many scientists and students are enforced to stay at home, we invite all people interested in learning the theory behind the yambo code and its …
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The importance of validating codes and best practice for GW calculations. A community effort involving Yambo,  Abinit and BerkeleyGW provides a framework for users and developers to validate the precision …
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The Computational School on Electronic Excitations in Novel Materials Using the Yambo Code is just over. We are very grateful to all the lecturers, tutors and sponsors that make this …
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Yambo is pleased to announce the release of a Quantum Yambo Machine to be used as Virtual Machine. The Quantum Yambo Machine is a virtual machine for computational materials science. It …
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Yambo is pleased to announce the opening of applications for the first major event of the year 2020, the Computational School on Electronic Excitations in Novel Materials Using the Yambo …
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The Yambo team is proud to announce the release of Yambo 4.4.0. New features include:Parallel IO and BSE restartNew interface with the abinit code based on NETCDF Improved interface with …
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A paper describing the developments in the Yambo code over the last ten years has just been published in the Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter. Ten years after the publication of …
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Yambo is part of the MaX centre of exellence: have a look at our web portal for more information on MaX, its teams and its flagship codes …
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