[Q-e-developers] Codes interfaced with QE

Dmitry Korotin dmitry at korotin.name
Sun Oct 4 11:32:12 CEST 2015

Dear Paolo,
recently we  presented AMULET code (http://amulet-code.org), that is
developed in our group. The code allows one to calculate electronic
structure of correlated materials within Dynamical Mean Field Theory
and it uses hamiltonian in Wannier functions basis as input
(wannier_ham.x tool from PP is used at the moment).
Therefore, from some point of view, the AMULET code is a post
processing tool for QE. It would be nice if you mention our code on QE

2015-10-03 2:09 GMT+05:00 Paolo Giannozzi <p.giannozzi at gmail.com>:
> I just added to the QE web site, under "Resources", "Tools", at the end, a
> list of links to codes that are to some extent interoperable with QE, plus a
> link to something (NanoHub) I am not sure about:
>   http://www.quantum-espresso.org/tools/
> The list does not include codes mentionted in other places, like Casino and
> BerkeleyGW, and another code cited in the literature but nowhere to be
> found. Please let me know if you know more, or if you have other comments
> Paolo
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Best regards,
Dr. Dmitry Korotin

Institute of Metal Physics
S. Kovalevskaya, 18
620990 Yekaterinburg

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