We develop novel computational methods to understand the properties of solids from their basic ingredients. We apply them to unveil the mysteries hidden in materials and to predict new exciting compounds.

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We use first-principles quantum mechanical methods to understand and predict the properties of materials.

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Latest publications

Three-dimensional Fermi surfaces from charge order in layered CsV3Sb5

Xiangwei Huang, Chunyu Guo, Carsten Putzke, Martin Gutierrez-Amigo, Yan Sun, Maia G. Vergniory, Ion Errea, Dong Chen, Claudia Felser and Philip J. W. Moll
Physical Review B 106, 064510 (2022)

Transport and optical properties of the chiral semiconductor Ag3AuSe2

Juyeon Won, Soyeun Kim, Martin Gutierrez-Amigo, Simon Bettler, Bumjoo Lee, Jaeseok Son, Tae Won Noh, Ion Errea, Maia G. Vergniory, Peter Abbamonte, Fahad Mahmood and Daniel P. Shoemaker
ZAAC e202200055 (2022)

Superconducting hydrides on a quantum landscape

Ion Errea
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 34, 231501 (2022)