Steven Crisostomo

Graduate student
NS II 2107
(949) 824-0465

About me

My name is Steven and I am a fifth year physics PhD student in the Burke group. I enjoy densities and functionals, especially when they are in a theory. I like DFT, its offshoots, and its many many acronyms.

My primary interest is in using density functional theory to address fundamental aspects of other electronic structure methods and many-body theory. Currently I am researching Green's function theory within the exact density-functional formalism and the possibility of motivating approximate forms for each respective theory.
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Publications with Kieron
4 results
[232] Exchange-correlation from Green's functions Steven Crisostomo, E.K.U Gross, and Kieron Burke, Submitted (Under review) (2024). [supplementary information] [bibtex] [pdf] [arXiv]
[228] Exact Conditions for Ensemble Density Functional Theory Thais R. Scott, John Kozlowski, Steven Crisostomo, Aurora Pribram-Jones and Kieron Burke, Phys. Rev. B 109, 195120 (2024). [supplementary information] [bibtex] [pdf] [doi] [arXiv]
[224] Seven Useful Questions in Density Functional Theory Steven Crisostomo, Ryan Pederson, John Kozlowski, Bhupalee Kalita, Antonio C. Cancio, Kiril Datchev, Adam Wasserman, Suhwan Song, and Kieron Burke, Letters in Mathematical Physics 113, 42 (2023). [bibtex] [pdf] [doi] [arXiv]
[223] Can the Hartree-Fock kinetic energy exceed the exact kinetic energy? Steven Crisostomo, Mel Levy, and Kieron Burke, The Journal of Chemical Physics 157, 154106 (2022). [bibtex] [pdf] [doi] [arXiv]