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Geva, Eitan - Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan
Optimization of laser-driven intramolecular hydrogen transfer in the presence of dephasing
Computational Study of the One and Two Dimensional Infrared Spectra of a Vibrational Mode Strongly Coupled to Its Environment: Beyond the Cumulant and Condon
On the irreversible performance of a quantum heat engine Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, 930 N. University,
Israel Journal of Chemistry Vol. 42 2002 pp. 225236 *Authortowhomcorrespondenceshouldbeaddressed.E-mail
Semiclassical Theory of Vibrational Energy Relaxation in the Condensed Phase Qiang Shi and Eitan Geva*
Vibrational Energy Relaxation in Liquid Oxygen from a Semiclassical Molecular Dynamics Qiang Shi and Eitan Geva*
Stimulated Raman adiabatic passage in the presence of dephasing Qiang Shi and Eitan Gevaa)
A derivation of the mixed quantum-classical Liouville equation from the influence functional formalism
Nonradiative Electronic Relaxation Rate Constants from Approximations Based on Linearizing the Path-Integral Forward-Backward Action
A comparison between different semiclassical approximations for optical response functions in nonpolar liquid solutions
The influence of nonbilinear system-bath coupling on quantum-mechanical activated rate processes
Vibrational Energy Relaxation of Polyatomic Molecules in Liquid Solution via the Linearized Semiclassical Method
Nonequilibrium quantum dynamics in the condensed phase via the generalized quantum master equation
Vibrational Energy Relaxation Rates of H2 and D2 in Liquid Argon via the Linearized Semiclassical Method
Subscriber access provided by UNIV OF MICHIGAN The Journal of Physical Chemistry B is published by the American Chemical
Multidimensional Spectra via the Mixed Quantum-Classical Liouville Method: Signatures of Nonequilibrium Dynamics
Signatures of Nonequilibrium Solvation Dynamics on Multidimensional
Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy of Dimanganese Decacarbonyl and Its Photoproducts: An Ab Initio Study
A Benchmark Study of Different Methods for Calculating One-And Two-Dimensional Optical Spectra
Two-Dimensional Infrared Spectroscopy of Metal Carbonyls
Extracting the Time Scales of Conformational Dynamics from Single-Molecule Single-Photon Fluorescence Statistics
A nonperturbative calculation of nonlinear spectroscopic signals in liquid solution
A comparison between different semiclassical approximations for optical response functions in nonpolar liquid solution. II. The signature
Classical vs Quantum Vibrational Energy Relaxation Pathways in Solvated Polyatomic Being J. Ka and Eitan Geva*
Vibrational Energy Relaxation of a Hydrogen-Bonded Complex Dissolved in a Polar Liquid via the Mixed Quantum-Classical Liouville Method
Computational Study of a Single Surface-Immobilized Two-Stranded Coiled-Coil Polypeptide
Vibrational Energy Relaxation Rates via the Linearized Semiclassical Approximation: Applications to Neat Diatomic Liquids and Atomic-Diatomic Liquid Mixtures
Quantum-mechanical reaction rate constants from centroid molecular dynamics simulations
Homogeneity and Markovity of electronic dephasing in liquid solutions Being J. Ka, Ming-Liang Zhang, and Eitan Gevaa
A semiclassical generalized quantum master equation for an arbitrary system-bath coupling
Comparison between the LandauTeller and flux-flux methods for computing vibrational energy relaxation rate constants
A self-consistent treatment of electron transfer in the limit of strong friction via the mixed quantum classical Liouville method
Protein Structure and Dynamics from Single-Molecule Fluorescence Resonance Energy Dong Wang and Eitan Geva*
A Computational Study of the Correlations between Structure and Dynamics in Free and Surface-Immobilized Single Polymer Chains
A new approach to calculating the memory kernel of the generalized quantum master equation for an arbitrary systembath coupling
A relationship between semiclassical and centroid correlation functions Qiang Shi and Eitan Geva
On the calculation of vibrational energy relaxation rate constants from centroid molecular dynamics simulations
Centroid-based methods for calculating quantum reaction rate constants: Centroid sampling versus centroid dynamics