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Piecewise linearity in the GW approximation for accurate quasiparticle energy predictions

Matthias Dauth's paper Piecewise linearity in the GW approximation for accurate quasiparticle energy predictions just appeared as Rapid Communication.

Matthias Dauth became the first PhD student of the CEST group, when he visited Aalto from October to December 2015. His work "Piecewise linearity in the GW approximation for accurate quasiparticle energy predictions" was just published by Physical Review as Rapid Communication. For more details see http://journals.aps.org/prb/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevB.93.121115 .

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