Radiationless Decay Studied by Time- Dependent Density Functional Theory
Enrico Tapavicza, CSULB
Monday September 29 , 2014
Snapshots of an excited state molecular dynamics simulation of the photochemical ring-opening of provitamin D. The highest occupied molecular orbital (blue, red) is shown when the molecule is in its electronic ground state and the lowest unoccupied molecular orbital (yellow, green) is shown when the molecules is in its first electronically excited state.
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Dr. Papp teaching Computational Physics in the new laboratory.
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Organic Semiconductor Lab
Dr. Gredig with students working on a photocurrent experiment.
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Dr. Jaikumar and his students are investigating high density quark matter and gravitational waves.
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