2006 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1999 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1998 - Aneesur Rahman Prize for Computational Physics, American Physical Society
1992 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For development of innovative algorithms to deal with quantum manybody problems with their application to significant physical problems
David M. Ceperley spends much of his time researching Quantum Monte Carlo, Condensed matter physics, Quantum mechanics, Ground state and Dynamic Monte Carlo method. His work carried out in the field of Quantum Monte Carlo brings together such families of science as Schrödinger equation, Periodic boundary conditions, Diffusion Monte Carlo, Thermodynamics and Electronic structure. His Condensed matter physics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Boson, Path integral formulation and Atomic physics.
His Atomic physics research incorporates elements of Electron, Fermi gas, Structure factor, Energy and Kinetic energy. His study in Ground state is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fermion, Wigner crystal and Density functional theory. His Dynamic Monte Carlo method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Function, Statistical physics, Monte Carlo molecular modeling and Many-body problem.
His main research concerns Quantum Monte Carlo, Statistical physics, Condensed matter physics, Dynamic Monte Carlo method and Path integral Monte Carlo. His Quantum Monte Carlo research incorporates themes from Quantum mechanics, Wave function, Ground state, Diffusion Monte Carlo and Molecular physics. His research in Quantum mechanics is mostly concerned with Fermion.
His work deals with themes such as Quantum, Variational Monte Carlo and Computational physics, which intersect with Statistical physics. David M. Ceperley has researched Condensed matter physics in several fields, including Helium, Atomic physics and Electron, Fermi gas. The various areas that he examines in his Dynamic Monte Carlo method study include Monte Carlo method in statistical physics, Hybrid Monte Carlo and Monte Carlo molecular modeling.
His primary areas of study are Quantum Monte Carlo, Nanotechnology, Nanophotonics, Nanoelectronics and Nanoelectromechanical systems. His Quantum Monte Carlo study combines topics in areas such as Computational physics, Wave function, Statistical physics, Dynamic Monte Carlo method and Condensed matter physics. As a part of the same scientific family, David M. Ceperley mostly works in the field of Dynamic Monte Carlo method, focusing on Hybrid Monte Carlo and, on occasion, Monte Carlo molecular modeling.
Condensed matter physics and Phase are commonly linked in his work. His Diffusion Monte Carlo research focuses on subjects like Ionization energy, which are linked to Electron. The Density functional theory study combines topics in areas such as GW approximation and Ground state.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Quantum Monte Carlo, Statistical physics, Condensed matter physics, Quantum mechanics and Electron. His research in Quantum Monte Carlo intersects with topics in Computational physics, Wave function, Diffusion Monte Carlo, Hybrid Monte Carlo and Density functional theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Monte Carlo molecular modeling and Dynamic Monte Carlo method in addition to Hybrid Monte Carlo.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Field, Helium, Path integral Monte Carlo and Benchmark. His research ties Phase and Condensed matter physics together. In his study, Molecular physics, Hydrogen, Atomic physics, Phase transition and Thermal fluctuations is inextricably linked to Ion, which falls within the broad field of Electron.
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Ground state of the electron gas by a stochastic method
D. M. Ceperley;B. J. Alder.
Physical Review Letters (1980)
Path integrals in the theory of condensed helium
D. M. Ceperley.
Reviews of Modern Physics (1995)
Ground state of the two-dimensional electron gas
B. Tanatar;David M Ceperley.
Physical Review B (1989)
Fixed-node quantum Monte Carlo for molecules
Peter J. Reynolds;Peter J. Reynolds;David M. Ceperley;David M. Ceperley;Berni J. Alder;William A. Lester.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1982)
Ground state of the fermion one-component plasma: A Monte Carlo study in two and three dimensions
Physical Review B (1978)
Monte Carlo simulation of a many-fermion study
D. Ceperley;G. V. Chester;M. H. Kalos.
Physical Review B (1977)
Path-integral computation of superfluid densities
E. L. Pollock;David M Ceperley.
Physical Review B (1987)
Simulation of quantum many-body systems by path-integral methods
E. L. Pollock;David M Ceperley.
Physical Review B (1984)
The properties of hydrogen and helium under extreme conditions
Jeffrey M. McMahon;Miguel A. Morales;Carlo Pierleoni;David M. Ceperley.
Reviews of Modern Physics (2012)
Path-integral computation of the low-temperature properties of liquid 4He.
D. M. Ceperley;E. L. Pollock.
Physical Review Letters (1986)
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