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A Dynamical MeanField Theory (DMFT) code
LISA (Local Impurity Selfconsistent Approximation) is a project aimed at developing software for solving
strongly correlated electrons problems with DMFT and its extensions. Its main characteristics are :

Objectoriented, reusable, and parallelized code for various DMFT schemes and solvers.

Designed to be simple enough for the uninitiated, yet sophisticated enough to solve cutting edge
electronic structure problems.

LISA is associated with the Reviews of
Modern Physics article "Electronic Structure Calculations with Dynamical
MeanField Theory: A Spectral Density Functional Approach" by
G. Kotliar, S. Y. Savrasov, K. Haule, V. S. Oudovenko, O. Parcollet, C.A. Marianetti.
(condmat 0511085).

LISA is largely a project in development. At present, only a standard QMC solver is provided but
its structure is aimed to incorporate a large variety of impurity solvers in the next future.

