Density Matrices and Density Functionals: Proceedings of the A. John Coleman Symposium
THE COLEMAN SYMPOSIUM This collection of papers is dedicated to Albert John Coleman for his enthusiastic devotion to teaching and research and his many scientific accomplishments. John was born in Toronto on May 20, 1918 and 21 years later graduated from the University of Toronto in mathematics. Along the way he teamed up with Irving Kaplansky and Nathan Mendelson to win the first William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition in 1938. He earned his M.A. at Princeton in 1942 and then his Ph.D. at Toronto in 1943 in relativistic quantum mechanics under the direction of Leopold Infeld. During this period he was secretary of the Student Christian Movement in Toronto. Later, in 1945, he became traveling secretary of the World's Student Christian Federation in Geneva and in this capacity visited some 100 universities in 20 countries in the next four years. He spent the 50's as a member of the faculty at the University of Toronto and for 20 years, starting in 1960, he served as Dupuis Professor of Mathematics and Head of the Department at Queen's University. Since 1983 he has been Professor Emeritus at Queen's.
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A.J. Coleman approximation atomic basis set bond energies calculations charge density coefficients computed contribution coordinates correlation energy corresponding Coulomb defined density functional theory density matrix density operator derived diagonal discussed distribution eigenvalues electron density elements energy functional exact exchange-correlation expansion experimental expression factor fermion Fock G-matrix given gradient ground state energy Hamiltonian Hartree Hartree-Fock Hilbert space inequalities integral interaction intracule ionization kinetic energy Kohn Langreth linear Math Matrices and Density method molecular molecules momentum N-electron N-representability nuclear nuclei number of electrons obtained orbitals orthonormal pair particle phase space Phys Physics positive problem properties Quantum Chem Quantum Chemistry quantum mechanical reduced density matrices reduced density operator representation Schrodinger equation Slater determinant spin density structure surface symmetry Table theorem variational vector virial theorem wave function wavefunction Wigner zero