EPW

Electron-phonon physics from first principles

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Image courtesy Weng Hong Sio

EPW is an open-source community code for ab initio calculations of electron-phonon interactions using Density-Functional Perturbation Theory and Maximally Localized Wannier Functions.

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Quantum ESPRESSO

EPW is a core module of the Quantum ESPRESSO materials simulation suite.

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EPW Team

The development of EPW is led by Hyungjun Lee, Samuel Poncé, Roxana Margine, and Feliciano Giustino

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EPW Collaboration

The EPW Collaboration involves several groups and researchers around the world: H. Lee, C. Lian, J. Leveillee, W. H. Sio, F. Giustino (UT Austin), S. Poncé (EPFL), H. Paudyal, E. R. Margine (SUNY Binghamton), F. Macheda, N. Bonini (Kings College London), X. Zhang, E. Kioupakis (U Michigan Ann Arbor).

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Sponsors

The refactoring of EPW toward exascale computing is currently supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Science, Basic Energy Sciences (BES) under Award DE-SC0020129 (PIs Giustino and Kioupakis). The development of the superconducting module of EPW is currently supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation, under Award OAC-1740263 (PI Margine).

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