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## The objective
This tutorial introduces several Methods that go beyond the DFT level. The following points will be addressed:
This tutorial introduces several methods that go beyond the DFT level. The following points will be addressed:
* How to run GW, RPA and BSE calculations for solids and molecules with FHI-aims.
* How to interpret the results of the simulations and their meaning in the context of theoretical spectroscopy (e.g. photoemission and core level spectroscopy)
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* About the basics of running FHI-aims. If this is not the case, please consider to study the [Basics of Running FHI-aims tutorial](https://fhi-aims-club.gitlab.io/tutorials/basics-of-running-fhi-aims/) first.
* Some of the exercises are computationally very demanding and may require a node or a whole bunch of nodes from computer clusters. Those parts cannot be run on a laptop and are specifically marked. Nevertheless, we still recommend to go through theses expensive exercises. We provide the complete input and output files, which you can use to familiarize with these methods. To download all solutions, it is easiest to clone this repository: <https://gitlab.com/FHI-aims-club/tutorials/rpa-and-gw-for-molecules-and-solids>
git clone https://gitlab.com/FHI-aims-club/tutorials/rpa-and-gw-for-molecules-and-solids
## Useful links
- Tutorials gitlab repository, which contains all the documents and simulation data: <https://gitlab.com/FHI-aims-club/tutorials/rpa-and-gw-for-molecules-and-solids>
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1. GW and BSE calculations for molecules
1. GW eigenvalues and Photoemission
2. Core levels
3. BSE
4. Multiple GW solutions
2. Counterpoise Correction
3. Core levels
4. BSE
5. Multiple GW solutions
2. RPA for solids
3. GW for solids
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