The first African School on Electronic Structure Methods took place from 14-25 July 2008 at the African Institute of Mathematical Science (AIMS) in Muizenberg, South Africa. This set the seeds for the ASESMA series to take place from 2010. The program included the basics of electronic structure methods and hands-on tutorials using the Quantum Espresso code. Several sessions on advanced topics were held covering Surfaces and Films, Extreme Materials, Charge Transport and New Materials.
The Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics (ICTP) Trieste, Italy
National Institute for Theoretical Physics (NITheP), South Africa
INFM-DEMOCRITOS, Trieste, Italy
International Center for Materials Research (ICMR), Santa Barbara, USA
Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC), Cape Town, South Africa
Materials Computation Center (MCC), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Daniel Courtney Cunnama, Miguel Cavero, Abdulrafiu Tunde Raji, Evans Benecha, Vuyokazi Lusanda Bangani, Mahlaga Molepo, Matthiam Hoffman, Rasitilo Victor Makgobela, Rosinah Mahlangu, Tegogo Sfiso Mahule, Phathutshedzo Murovhi, Sara Abass, Felix Ogehenkohwo, Mohammed Suleiman, Oluwole David Solana, Max Braun, Nkululeko Nokwara, Oluseyi Awe, Mathias Ajaeroh, Dick Hartmann Douma, Steve Alexandre Ndengué, Korir Kipronoh, Brice Rodrigue Malonda, Folorunso Ogundare, Martin Egblewogbe, Sergey Lisenkov, Amina Rahmani, Alwaleed Adllan, George Amolo, Bernard M'Passi Mariaal, Chukwuemeka MI Okoye, Brandon Wood.
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