## Suggested citations

If you publish a paper in which SALMON makes an important contribution, we suggest you to cite the following articles.

- If you use SALMON for electron dynamics calculations of a large-size system, the following paper that discusses massively parallel implementation utilizing spatial divisions will be appropriate:

M. Noda et.al, Massively-parallel electron dynamics calculations in real-time and real-space: toward applications to nanostructures of more than ten-nanometers in size,*J. Compute. Phys.*,**2014**, 265, 145-155.

- if you use SALMON to calculate electron dynamics in a unit cell of crystalline solid, the following paper discussing formalism and numerical implementation will be appropriate:

G.F. Bertsch et.al, Real-space, real-time method for the dielectric function,*Phys. Rev.***B62**, 7998 (2000).

- The following paper is one of the first implementations of the real-time time-dependent density functional calculation, in particular, instantaneous kick for the linear response calculations:

K. Yabana et.al,*Phys. Rev.***B54**, 4484 (1996).

- If you use multiscale calculation coupling Maxwell equations for the electromagnetic fields of light and electron dynamics, the following paper discussing the formalism and the numerical implementation will be appropriate:

K. Yabana et.al, Time-dependent density functional theory for strong electromagnetic fields in crystalline solids,*Phys. Rev.***B85**, 045134 (2012).

- The following paper describes parallelization method for the coupled Maxwell - TDDFT calculations:

S.A. Sato et.al, Maxwell + TDDFT multi-scale simulation for laser-matter interaction,*J. Adv. Simulat. Sci. Eng.***1**, 98 (2014).

- The following paper describes computational aspects of electron dynamics calculations for periodic systems in many-core processors:

Y. Hirokawa et.al, Electron dynamics simulation with time-dependent density functional theory on large scale symmetric mode Xeon Phi Cluster,*IEEE IPDPS Workshop PDSEC'16*(2016).