Density functional theory in combination with dynamical mean field theory (DMFT) become a promising approach to realistic electronic structure of materials with local correlations. We discuss recent progress in continuous time quantum Monte Carlo solution of an effective multi-orbital quantum-impurity DMFT problem. In order to include non-local corrections to DMFT we formulate the interacting lattice problem in terms of new dual fermion variables, which allowed to include k-dependence of self-energy in the lowest order of renormalized perturbation theory . The calculations of non-local susceptibilities will be discussed . Prospects of such superperturbation approach to real-energy impurity solver will be analyzed.
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