Rex Godby

Physics University of York (UK) 
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Entwistle M, Godby R. (2020) Exact nonadiabatic part of the Kohn-Sham potential and its fluidic approximation Physical Review Materials. 4: 35002
Wetherell J, Hodgson MJP, Talirz L, et al. (2019) Advantageous nearsightedness of many-body perturbation theory contrasted with Kohn-Sham density functional theory Physical Review B. 99
Durrant TR, Hodgson M, Ramsden J, et al. (2018) Electron localisation in static and time-dependent one-dimensional model systems. Journal of Physics. Condensed Matter : An Institute of Physics Journal
Ramsden JD, Godby RW. (2012) Exact density-functional potentials for time-dependent quasiparticles. Physical Review Letters. 109: 036402
Dash LK, Ness H, Godby RW. (2010) Nonequilibrium electronic structure of interacting single-molecule nanojunctions: vertex corrections and polarization effects for the electron-vibron coupling. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 132: 104113
Delaney K, García-González P, Rubio A, et al. (2004) Comment on "band-gap problem in semiconductors revisited: effects of core States and many-body self-consistency". Physical Review Letters. 93: 249701; author reply
García-González P, Godby RW. (2002) Many-body GW calculations of ground-state properties: quasi-2D electron systems and van der Waals forces. Physical Review Letters. 88: 056406
Sánchez-Friera P, Godby RW. (2000) Efficient total energy calculations from self-energy models. Physical Review Letters. 85: 5611-4
Abarenkov IV, Bulatov VL, Godby R, et al. (1997) Electronic-structure multiconfiguration calculation of a small cluster embedded in a local-density approximation host Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics. 56: 1743-1750
Onida G, Reining L, Godby RW, et al. (1995) Ab initio calculations of the quasiparticle and absorption spectra of clusters: The sodium tetramer. Physical Review Letters. 75: 818-821
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