Self-explained SIESTA tutorial
Updated April 2016
The present exercises are just simple examples to show how-to run different capabilities of SIESTA. Before running a calculation for production, test the pseudopotentials, basis sets, and perform the convergence tests (mesh cutoff, k-grid sampling, etc). Some of these parameters have been chosen for you to speed up the calculations, and might not be converged.
Please, report any error or mistake that you could detect on these exercises to: javier.junquera -- unican.es
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