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8) J.C. Smith, and K. Burke, “Thermal stitching: Combining the advantages of different quantum fermion solvers,” Phys. Rev. B 98, 075148 (2018).

7) J.C. Smith, F. Sagredo, and K. Burke, “Warming up Density Functional Theory,” chapter in Frontiers of Quantum Chemistry, 249-271 (2018).



6) J.C. Smith, and K. Burke, “Interacting Electrons: Theory and Computational Approaches,” book review in American Journal of Physics 85, 636-637 (2017).



5) J.C. Smith, A. Pribram-Jones, and K. Burke, “Exact thermal density functional theory for a model system: Correlation components and accuracy of the zero-temperature exchange-correlation approximation,” Phys. Rev. B 93 245131 (2016).

4) K. Burke, J.C. Smith, P. Grabowski, and A. Pribram-Jones, “Exact conditions on the temperature dependence of density functionals,” Phys. Rev. B 93, 195132 (2016).



3) D. Carrascal, J. Ferrer, J.C. Smith, and K. Burke, “The Hubbard Dimer: A density functional case study of a many-body problem,” Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 27, 393001 (2015).


2011 - 2012

2) V. Pardo, J.C. Smith, and W.E. Pickett,“Linear bands, zero-momentum Weyl semimetal, and topological transition in skutterudite-structure pnictides,” Phys. Rev. B 85 214531 (2012).

1) J.C. Smith, S. Banerjee, V. Pardo, and W.E. Pickett, “Dirac Point Degenerate with Massive Bands at a Topological Quantum Critical Point,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 106 056401 (2011).8