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Romaniello Pina


Chargée de Recherche CNRS (CRCN, HDR)

Contact : pina.romaniello@irsamc.ups-tlse.fr

Address : Laboratoire de Physique Théorique, IRSAMC, Université Paul Sabatier, 118 Route de Narbonne, 31062 Toulouse Cedex 4, France

Office : 332 Bâtiment 3R1B4

Phone : +33 (0)5 61 55 75 74

Fax : +33 (0)5 61 55 60 65

[vert]ORCID:[/vert] 0000-0001-8300-8320


Curriculum Vitae

Research Topics and Team

    My [rouge]scientific work[/rouge] can be regrouped into two main research blocks:
  • Formal developments, implementation, and applications in density functional theory (DFT)
  • Formal developments, implementation, and applications in many-body perturbation theory (MBPT) based on Green’s functions
  • DFT and MBPT are two state-of-the-art frameworks for the description and prediction of material properties, such as photoemission, optical absorption and metal-insulator transitions. In particular I am interested in the description of strongly correlated materials, which physics is difficult to capture using standard approximations.

    I currently supervise a team of one postdoc, two PhD students, and a master student.

    • [vert fonce] Current team members[/vert fonce]

  • Stefano Di SABATINO (Postdoc, ANR )

    After a one-year postdoc position with me and my colleague Pierre-François LOOS (LCPQ), Stefano is now working with Michel CAFFAREL (LCPQ) and myself on merging QMC with many-body perturbation theory. Stefano is also working on other side projects on strong electron correlation.




  • Roberto ORLANDO (PhD, 80|PRIME)

    Roberto has just started his PhD with my colleague Pierre-François LOOS (LCPQ) and myself. He is exploring new approximations to the kernel of the Bethe-Salpeter equation, which is used in MBPT for the description of optical spectra.




  • Gabriele RIVA (PhD, ANR)

    Gabriele has just started his PhD with my colleague Arjan BERGER (LCPQ) and myself. Being the one-body and the two-body Green’s functions too simple for him, he is working with the three-body Green’s function!!!





    • [vert fonce]Past team members[/vert fonce]
    • Emma NOGUE (M2)
    • Julien PRODHON (M1)
    • Jaakko Koskelo (post-doc)
    • Rubén R. Ferradás (post-doc)
    • Sarah Cavo (M1)
    • Stefano Di Sabatino (PhD)
    • Nathaniel Raimbault (PhD)
    • Nicolas Victorin (L3)
    • Nader Slama (M2)

Publications

Selected Talks

Master/PhD projects: There are no PhD/post-doc positions currently available in my group. Please contact me if you are interested in a stage.