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Mon, 16 Oct 2017 13:00:00 EDT Postdoctoral positions available immediately


DMRG++ Tutorial Materials

Mon, 15 Aug 2016 13:00:00 EDT Slides and inputs for the DMRG 101 Introduction to Theory and Practice tutorial have been posted to the below URL. Thanks to all who attended!


DMRG 101 Tutorial

Thu, 28 Jul 2016 11:00:00 EDT Title: Density Matrix Renormalization Group 101: Introduction to Theory and Practice
When: Fri, Aug 12, 2016
Where: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
There is no cost but registration is required. Here is the official announcement and agenda.

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Availability of Software

Make sure you have the latest version of this memo.

Version Date: May 18, 2017.

Type of Memo: Informative

  1. This memo explains the availability of computer codes listed here at hashes.html
  2. Branch master is available on GitHub at https://github.com/g1257/ The latest commit of branch master is always signed, with these keys I promise not to change the history of branch master of each code. GitHub contains only branch master for each code. Branch master of each code is also available at https://code.ornl.gov/users/gonzalo_3/projects
  3. Branch features is available at https://code.ornl.gov/users/gonzalo_3/projects Make sure to add features at the end of your git clone or git pull command if you want this branch, and to select it in the web interface if you are browsing the code, because https://code.ornl.gov/users/gonzalo_3/projects contains both features and master. I will try not to change history of branch features, such that branch master eventually becomes features by simply a fast forward. Therefore, expect branch features to be ahead of master, except on days when I bring everything up-to-date. The hash of branch features for each code will also be listed at hashes.html soon.
  4. Instead of just running git pull, it is recommended that you run git pull --ff-only --tags, a command that you can alias in your git configuration file. If you are pulling the master branch you may add --verify-signature so that the pull fails if you don't have the keys, or you don't trust the keys, or the branch doesn't verify.